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House Financial Services seeks public comments on CFPB rule impact
WASHINGTON (1/28/14)--How are Consumer Financial Protection Bureau actions impacting credit unions, individuals, businesses and customers? The House Financial Services Committee is asking all interested parties to tell their own story on the agency's impact through a new page on its website.

Commenters can suggest that the committee use their story in a public forum. However, the committee web page stressed that it will not share any story or personal information without permission. 

The committee has also provided a phone number to let the public tell their stories. That number is (240) 490-CFPB (2372).

For the full committee release, use the resource link.
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