Senators Ask CFPB to Investigate Medical Debt Reporting
Four U.S. Senators recently sent Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray a letter asking his agency to look into how medical debt is reported to the various credit bureaus.
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#1 Aug 21, 2012
Great idea, lets give banks false impression that people are a better lending risk than they were. Then we can sell more houses right, and that turned out great for us. right?
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