CRL's Media Center
As a non-partisan research and policy organization, we’re here to provide expertise on the financial services industry, whether it’s about mortgage lending, payday loans, credit cards or a host of other products and services that have a daily impact on the wallets and economic well-being of every American.
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Latest Press Releases
- CFPB Proposes New Protections for Prepaid Cards, Addresses Overdraft and Other Credit Features
November 20, 2014
Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection hosted a field hearing in Wilmington, DE to discuss proposed regulations for prepaid cards – including how overdraft fees and other credit features should be handled on these prepaid products.
- Religious Leaders Call On Congress, CFPB to Stop the Payday Loan Debt Trap
November 17, 2014
Over 75 faith leaders from across the country take their message to Capitol Hill; call for strong rule against predatory lending
- CRL, CRC Leaders: Honor Vets by Protecting Them from Payday Lending Scams
November 10, 2014
As the nation marks Veterans Day tomorrow, leaders from Center for Responsible Lending and the California Reinvestment Coalition are urging California state legislators and the state’s members of Congress to follow the lead of the Department of Defense and honor veterans by passing legislation reining in abusive payday lending.
- Civil Rights Leaders Press CFPB to End Racially Discriminatory Auto Lending Practice
October 31, 2014
In a letter sent today to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, a group of civil rights and economic justice organizations, including the Center for Responsible Lending, asked the Bureau to use its regulatory authority to curtail discretionary auto dealer interest rate markups.