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Fast Company

The Dizzying Number Of CFPB Complaints Against Equifax Since ...
Fast Company
The bureau's database reveals more than 57000 complaints against the credit-reporting firm since 2012, an average of about 31 a day.

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Credit Strategy

Consumer credit complaints to FOS up 89%
Credit Strategy
Complaints about consumer credit increased by 89 percent for the year ending April 2017 compared to the year before, according to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). Amber Ainsley Pritchard. Senior Content Writer As a senior content writer for ...



Reuters

Lloyds bank tops complaints league in Britain
Reuters
The data covers complaints from 245 companies across the financial sector, and most of the businesses named for the first time operate in consumer credit, a sector the Bank of England and FCA are examining more closely due to sharp growth rates.
Sesame tops FOS complaints list; Openwork has most upheldCitywire.co.uk
Bank complaints: Bank of Scotland tops list againlovemoney.com
Bank of Scotland receives most complaints - againBBC News
Financial Reporter -The Economic Times -City AM
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Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Equifax Customer Complaints Continue to Pile Up
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Equifax Inc. struggled over the weekend with its response to its massive data breach as consumers continued to criticize the credit-reporting company's efforts and cited ongoing problems with a website set up to help them. Regulators, meanwhile, are ...
Equifax draws fire for bungled response to data breachCBS News
Equifax hit with at least 23 class-action lawsuits over massive cyberbreachWXIA-TV
Equifax Announces Cybersecurity Incident Involving Consumer Information | Equifax - Equifax Investor RelationsEquifax Investor Relations
Bloomberg -Cybersecurity Incident & Important Consumer Information
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ITV News

'Inconsistencies' in handling of public complaints by police forces
ITV News
There are inconsistencies in how police forces across Wales handle public complaints, new data has revealed. Figures released by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) show 1,783 complaints were recorded in Wales in 2016/17 - South ...

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London Loves Business

High street banks slump on customer satisfaction and complaints
London Loves Business
Credit card providers received the highest average customer satisfaction score (68 per cent) across the six product areas investigated. The biggest improvement since 2015 was seen with Virgin Money, which jumped 29 places from 2015. Co-Operative Bank ...



PYMNTS.com

Why Regulation Won't Fix Credit Reporting Agencies
PYMNTS.com
Consumers have been complaining bitterly about credit reporting agency practices for decades. More recently, their complaints have been made more transparent, thanks to the CFPB's consumer complaint database. But as consumer complaints about those ...
Equifax, the Credit Reporting Industry, and What Congress Should Do NextHarvard Business Review
Equifax hack reveals the need for tougher regulationsThe Globe and Mail
How do you protect yourself after Equifax breach? Here's what one financial pro didMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
CBC.ca -Washington Post
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Washington Post

Equifax complaints keep growing
Fox Business
An estimated 143 million consumers, that's almost half of the U.S. population may have had their personal information stolen due to a data breach at Equifax, one of nation's major consumer credit monitoring agencies . Here's what you ... need to know.
Equifax Announces Cybersecurity Incident Involving Consumer Information | Equifax - Equifax Investor RelationsEquifax Investor Relations
Three Equifax Managers Sold Stock Before Cyber Hack RevealedBloomberg
See if You Were Affected by the Equifax Cybersecurity Incident | EquifaxCybersecurity Incident & Important Consumer Information

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Moneywise Magazine

Payday lenders dominate financial complaints
Moneywise Magazine
The Financial Ombudsman Service's complaints data from the first half of 2017 reveals that most cases where it decided in consumers' favour were in relation to payday lenders, short-term loan providers, and providers of credit to customers buying from ...

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