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  • Racial Disparities in Auto Lending
    Published: May 4 2010      Issue: Auto Financing, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    A brief by the National Consumer Law Center shows state-by-state markups on auto loan rates by race, revealing wide disparities between costs for African-American and white car buyers.

  • All Auto Financing Should be Covered by the Consumer Watchdog
    Published: Apr 29 2010      Issue: Auto Financing, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Consumer Advocates and The Pentagon Call for all Auto Dealer-Lenders to be Covered by Consumer Watchdog.

  • Military Coalition Letter to Senate Banking re Car Dealer Exemption from CFPB
    Published: Apr 15 2010      Issue: Auto Financing, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    The Military Coalition expressed opposition via letter to the Senate Banking Committee about exempting car dealers from the financial reform bill on April 15 2010. The Department of Defense wrote a...

  • No Carve-Outs for Auto Dealers
    Published: Apr 12 2010      Issue: Auto Financing, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Car Lenders Must Be Covered by the CFPA.

  • CRL Argues All Banks Must Follow State Repossession Laws
    Published: Mar 5 2010      Issue: Auto Financing

    In this legal brief CRL, joined by multiple allies, explains why National Banks regulated by the federal Office of Comptroller of the Currency must provide California borrowers with the notices...

  • DoD Letter in Support of CFPA Requests No Auto Dealer Carve Out
    Published: Feb 26 2010      Issue: Auto Financing, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    In a letter to the Treasury Department, the Department of Defense (DoD) announced its support for financial reform, including the creation of a Consumer Financial Protection Agency, to protect its...

  • Auto Dealers’ Lending Abuses Cost Billions
    Published: Nov 9 2009      Issue: Auto Financing

    Auto dealers should not be exempt from the CFPA because of predatory financing practices like kickbacks or markups, yo yo scams, and car loan abuses targeted toward African Americans and low- to...

  • Consumer groups urge inclusion of car dealers in CFPA
    Published: Oct 15 2009      Issue: Auto Financing

    The car dealers trade association (NADA) wants exemption from the CFPA. In a sign-on letter CRL and other consumer groups urge House Financial Services Committee to include the car dealers within...

  • H.R. 2309, the Consumer Credit and Debt Protection Act
    Published: May 12 2009      Issue: Auto Financing, Credit Cards

    The Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection held a legislative hearing on H.R. 2309, the Consumer Credit and Debt Protection Act.

  • Car Trouble: Predatory Auto Loans Burden North Carolina Consumers
    Published: Apr 30 2009      Issue: Auto Financing

    Center for Responsible Lending research finds North Carolina consumers who rely on the dealer to finance their auto loans are vulnerable to a litany of predatory practices. Without fairness and...

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