Press Releases

Unified Ordinance Leads to Fewer Negative Impacts for Texas Payday and Auto Title Loan Borrowers
Texas faith groups, veterans groups, service organizations and more respond to CFPB’s attempt to gut borrowing standards
May 20, 2019
Texas Veterans Harmed by Payday and Auto Title Loans
45% of surveyed veterans used payday or auto title loans—six times the rate for Texans overall
March 12, 2019
CFPB Proposal on Payday and Auto Title Loan Rule Guts Essential Protections
If adopted, proposal will leave behind Texas families caught in unaffordable cycle of debt
February 6, 2019
Payday Lenders Sue Federal Consumer Bureau to Abolish Borrower Protections
A successful lawsuit would mean more working families remain stuck in crippling debt
April 10, 2018
CFPB Director Richard Cordray to Visit Dallas as Key Speaker at Town Hall on K-12 Financial Education
Texan named Vice Chairperson of the CFPB’s Consumer Advisory Board
September 2, 2016
New Data Trends Report on Payday and Auto Title Loans Shows Texas Borrowers Hit with Growing Fee Charges and Increasing Vehicle Repossessions
Analysis of four years of state data shows 34 percent growth in fees, despite decline in new loan volumes; 1 in 7 auto title borrowers lose vehicles
June 2, 2016
Questionable Practices in Payday and Auto Title Loan Business Structures
New Analysis of Ownership Structures of Lenders and Payday Storefronts
October 15, 2015

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