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Here’s a New Way to Exit Customer Service Hell

Complaints about your bank? Get the Feds involved

The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau started taking complaints about financial products, such as credit cards and mortgages, as soon as it opened in July 2011. Four years later, submissions to the CFPB are surging, and consumers are finding it's a good way to get companies' attention.

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