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  • Trump faces stark choice: Protect consumers or banks. President-elect Donald J. Trump will soon face a stark choice: whether to protect consumers, the ordinary Americans he pledged to defend against a system he criticized as rigged — or to side with that system.…
  • Student loan servicer Navient hit with three government lawsuits. Navient, one of the largest student loan management companies in the country, misallocated payments, steered people into costly plans, supplied the wrong information and ignored borrowers’ pleas for help, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday by…
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  • Healthcare hell: Fighting to overturn denied insurance claims. One focus of the planned repeal of Obamacare is maintaining coverage for people with preexisting conditions. Republican lawmakers say the current law’s safeguards won’t change, but they have yet to explain how they’ll accomplish this…
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  • Credit scores: Your 'magic number' is an illusion. Think you know your credit score? Think again.  The number you see — whether you paid for your score or not — is probably not what a lender gets. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced…
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  • Language Access Issue (Winter 2016-2017). The latest issue of Consumer Action News covers the challenges that consumers with limited English proficiency (LEP) face in the United States today and describes the policies and resources developed to help them function in an English-centric society.
  • Language Access Issue (Winter 2016-2017). The latest issue of Consumer Action News covers the challenges that consumers with limited English proficiency (LEP) face in the United States today and describes the policies and resources developed to help them function in an English-centric society.
 

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