More than ten years after filing for bankruptcy, Jorge found that the bankruptcy was still showing up on his credit report. After getting nowhere with the credit reporting agency, Jorge reached out to the CFPB.
After losing $12,000 applying for a mortgage for a new home, Navid learned he could submit a complaint to the CFPB from an unlikely source.
Harry spoke up when he noticed his son struggling with a car loan; he ended up helping thousands of servicemembers.
Leah was struggling to keep up with her student loan debt, until she learned that she had options with the Paying for College Repayment Tool.
Debt collectors requested that William pay $8000 for a debt he never owed, ruining his credit in the process. William took charge by submitting a complaint.
After finding a $7000 charge on her credit report, Venida took action and submitted a complaint.
When a servicemember couldn’t get anywhere with his mortgage lender, Captain Jamison helped him submit a complaint.
After closing a credit card, Higinio was continually charged for debts he had already paid. Three years and hundreds of dollars later he decided to take action.
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