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Where does the CFPB’s authority come in when they determine something is “Abusive”?

The Dodd-Frank Act empowered the CFPB to enforce UDAP type issues and added the extra “A” for “Abusive.” The original source for UDAP, Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, continues to exist and the other agencies have already said Section 5 violations can still be cited.


Learn more about Andy Zavoina’s Understanding UDAAP/UDAP and Complaints webinar.

First published on 04/25/2021

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