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OCC claims proof CFPB wrong on arbitration rule data

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency decided to fact check some of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s data on the controversial arbitration rule. They now claim some of the data wasn’t quite adding up. Unlike what the CFPB reported, the OCC said the rule is likely to cause a significant increase in credit costs to consumers.

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