Alaska, Georgia and Louisiana Top CFPB’s List for Consumer Complaint Filings

Posted by NCBRC – February 13th, 2017

In its monthly complaint report, the CFPB reported that the top three financial products or services receiving complaints in December, 2016, were, in descending order, debt collection, credit-reporting, and mortgages. Mortgage servicers garnered complaints for such things as misapplication of payments and ineffective resolution of borrowers’ problems with their loans. To account for monthly and seasonal fluctuations, the report compares complaints against companies in three-month segments to the same period the prior year. Equifax, Wells Fargo and TransUnion had the dubious honor of being the top three complained–about companies in the period from August to October, 2016. With respect to complaints relating to types of loans, the three-month average for complaints concerning student loans rose by 109% over the same period last year. The three states with the greatest increase in consumer complaints were Alaska, Georgia and Louisiana.

CFPB Monthly-Complaint-Report Feb 2017



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