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Maxine Waters Mar 11
Tomorrow at 10AM I will be confronting Wells Fargo at an hearing. Wells Fargo has engaged in predatory lending, created false customer accounts, forced consumers into insurance, & cheated servicemembers. It’s time for change. Tell the truth time.
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Maxine Waters May 22
Trump lackey Mick Mulvaney’s time at the top of the had nothing to do with protecting consumers – but predatory companies had plenty to cheer for. Today, take to the floor of the House to vote on HR 1500, legislation I introduced to put !
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Rep. Katie Porter May 23
ICYMI: I have never met someone - Democrat, Republican, or Independent - who likes being cheated. So when some of my colleagues tried to propose an amendment that would gut the Act, a bill to protect our nation's top consumer watchdog, I stood up and spoke out.
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Elijah E. Cummings May 22
Under the Trump Admin, has reduced enforcement by 75%–putting consumers at risk. Today, passed the Act to restore the supervisory & enforcement powers of the –ensuring the agency can protect consumers in the financial marketplace.
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Nancy Pelosi 8 Jun 17
There is absolutely no excuse for the ’s refusal to put .
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Maxine Waters May 25
This week, the House passed my comprehensive bill to restore to full strength. The Act would block the Trump Administration’s anti-consumer agenda so the can protect all consumers including servicemembers, student-loan borrowers, seniors & minorities.
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Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib May 22
I’m celebrating the passage of my first amendment on the House floor which will help protect residents from predatory loans and fees. Watch for more about this victory!
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Consumer Action 7 Jun 17
Thank you for leading the fight against the and your tireless work to put !
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Jim Morin 26 Oct 17
MAGA for you-know-who. Low/middle class Trump-supporting stooges need not apply
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Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib May 22
My amendment to ensure we have the information to protect our residents from predatory lending in the payday and auto loan industries PASSED. Yet another way we are tackling corporate greed and protecting working families.
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Rep. Don Beyer May 22
Today we are voting on legislation to repair the damage Mick Mulvaney did to Americans' consumer watchdog, the CFPB. The bill also restores protections for military families against predatory lending that were dropped by the Trump Administration. I'm voting YES.
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Rep. Ted Lieu 21 Jul 17
Today marks 7yrs of , law that created consumer, investor, & taxpayer protections. Why does GOP want 2 abolish it?
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Nancy Pelosi 8 Jun 17
I’m standing with @WhipHoyer, , and fellow Democrats to put . Tune in here:
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Rep. Sean Casten Mar 12
Today, will convene a hearing entitled, “Holding Megabanks Accountable: An Examination of Wells Fargo’s Pattern of Consumer Abuses,” where I will join my colleagues in pressing CEO Timothy Sloan to put .
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Congressman Al Green May 22
Today, I am proud to announce the passage of my amendment to which restores the right of consumers to choose legal action against banks that have broken the law and violated consumer trust. Amendment 29 further ensures consumer protection.
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Rep. Debbie Dingell May 22
After the financial crisis over a decade ago, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created to protect everyday Americans from predatory financial institutions. The Act will ensure the CFPB can effectively do its job – this shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
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Steve Cohen May 23
My amendment to provide all Americans with access to a free and reliable credit score was included in the Act, which passed the House yesterday. It should be free and easy for consumers to monitor their credit.
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Rep. Barbara Lee May 22
. put nearly $12 billion back into the pockets of 30 million consumers and addressed over 1.2 million complaints about financial institutions. Now, Trump and his cronies are trying to put a stop to that critical work.
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Congresswoman Madeleine Dean May 22
. continue to pass substantive legislation. Today, we will vote on the Act which came out of which I sit on. Thank you Chairwoman for writing this important bill -- which I am pleased to be a co-sponsor of.
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Sultan saad khan 4h
ok,so Myntra cheated twice, did not refund money. Expect customer to run to banks. Not bothered to ask if I got my money. Bravo!you deserve an award for this! Did u see all the complaints yet?
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