Law360, Washington (July 16, 2015, 3:32 PM EDT) -- Experian PLC, Equifax Inc. and Bank of America drew more consumer complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from February through April this year than any other company, the agency revealed in a first-of-its-kind report on Thursday.
The three financial services giants caught a combined 2,633 gripes to the watchdog agency over the period in question, with Equifax experiencing an 8 percent bump from last year. The complaints cover a variety of consumer issues, such as debt collection practices, consumer loans and credit reporting.
The CFPB’s report released on Thursday is the first in a series of monthly snapshots derived from...
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