March 06, 2019 Warner, Kaine Join Senate Dems In Calling On Trump Admin. To Shield Troops From Predatory Lenders. WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) joined Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and the entire Senate Democratic Caucus in calling for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to protect U.S. military personnel and their families from predatory lenders.

Advocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lenders Some fear the 300 percent APR loan will come back for troops, families, if feds don’t resume the monitoring. By: Karen Jowers May 15

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Advocates from six military and veterans organizations renewed their push for a key federal consumer agency to resume monitoring lenders to protect service members and their families from predatory practices. Military and veteran groups are concerned about what amounts to "removing the sentries from the guard tower,"said Mike Saunders, director of military and consumer policy.

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Prospective clients can apply for assistance from the Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Unit by calling (617) 522-3003. People seeking help with student loans from for-profit colleges may call the Project on Predatory Student Lending hotline (617) 390-2669 or fill out the online request for assistance.

The 2006 law sought to protect troops from predatory lenders who set up shop near military bases, sometimes charging 120% to 300% interest on short-term loans.

Advocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lenders Some fear the 300 percent APR loan will come back for troops, families, if feds don’t resume the monitoring. By: Karen Jowers May 15

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