Long-Delayed CFPB Payday Plan Inches Closer

By LeadsConAdminDecember 21, 2015

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (otherwise known as CFPB) is set to release details related to its proposal to regulate payday-type loans with more severity – nine months after the plan was actually disclosed, American Banker reported Tuesday (Dec. 15).

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