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Military Consumer Enforcement Act Introduced in Senate Seeks to Enhance SCRA Enforcement

Several U.S. Senators have introduced legislation for a Military Consumer Enforcement Act that would seek to empower the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to oversee and enforce compliance with the Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA). If passed and signed into law, the new act would amend the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010. The SCRA, … Continue Reading

How’d You Score That? CFPB Fines Experian Because of Misleading Credit Score Marketing

Whether it’s a football game, a standardized test, or a person’s credit, scores matter. In the case of consumer credit scores, the difference between falling in the high and low ends of the score spectrum impacts the financial lives of individuals. Understandably, many seek out their credit scores so that they know where they fall … Continue Reading

Kentucky Court Affirms Consumer Act Claim Does Not Apply to Real Estate Transactions

In Kennedy v. Parks, the Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed that the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act (CPA) does not apply to real estate transactions. In Kennedy, the plaintiffs entered into a contract with a builder for construction of a new home. Upon completion, the plaintiffs alleged that the builder and realtor agreed to purchase their … Continue Reading
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