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Overdraft Protection Survey Results Are In

May
26
Overdraft Protection Survey Results Are In

The Missouri Credit Union Association will have input from 20 credit unions when discussing overdraft protection issues with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). 

As of May 22, 20 credit unions had participated in the overdraft protection (ODP) survey. This information will be helpful in illustrating how consumers utilize ODP during Hike the Hill, as credit union leaders discuss the issue with CFPB representatives.

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Overdraft Protection Survey Responses Needed by May 22

May
18
Overdraft Protection Survey Responses Needed by May 22

Credit union leaders are meeting with representatives from the Consumers Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) during Missouri Hike the Hill on June 8. 

Your credit union’s input is needed to help illustrate how overdraft protection (ODP) operates at credit unions in Missouri and how consumers using credit unions want the ODP option available to them.

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CUNA Advocacy Report: May 14

May
14
CUNA Advocacy Report: May 14

The latest CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report is available and covers:

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Missouri Credit Unions Urged to Weigh In on Overdraft Protection

May
11
Missouri Credit Unions Urged to Weigh In on Overdraft Protection

Missouri Credit Unions Urged to Weigh In on Overdraft Protection
Survey Responses Due May 25

The overdraft protection issue is being raised again – both by Congress and by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Credit unions nationwide are asked to take part in a national survey to address these concerns.

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Send Comments to CFPB About Overdraft Protection Programs

Mar
05
Send Comments to CFPB About Overdraft Protection Programs

Missouri credit unions have an opportunity to weigh in on overdraft protection programs with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  The Bureau is asking for information regarding overdraft programs and their costs, benefits and risks to consumers.  In addition to financial institutions, consumers and third party processors are also being asked to share their comments. The CFPB states that it plans to use the information to evaluate any potential consumer protection issues raised by overdraft programs

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