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  • Richard Smith, former chairman and CEO of Equifax, Inc., arrives to testify before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., October 4, 2017.

    A lawsuit challenging arbitration rules asks for a compliance delay as congressional action to overturn it stalls.

  • RLJ's Robert Johnson is bullish on auto market. Here's why

    Used cars are selling, says Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder & chairman and BET founder, weigh in on the auto business, car loans, and service. Also Johnson shares his thoughts on Tesla's brand and why they have a good shot at being 'leader of the pack' in the electric car space.

  • Where you live determines what you'll pay to put a lock on your credit report.

  • Couple buying a new car and signing the contract

    High levels of inventory and new cars on the way is a good sign for shoppers.

  • A car lies submerged after Hurricane Harvey hit Corpus Christi, Texas on August 26, 2017.

    Flood and debris damage from Hurricane Harvey could wreck 500,000 vehicles.

  • Younger buyers taking out auto loans at higher rate than Gen Xers did when they were that age.

  • Drivers in the market for a new car may not know about gap insurance. Experts say it's coverage to consider.

  • **NEW YORK- The Federal Reserve Bank of New York issues Q2 2017 Household Debt and Credit Report, an updated snapshot of household trends in borrowing and indebtedness, including mortgages, student loans, credit cards and auto loans- 1500 GMT. LUBBOCK, Texas- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan participates in a moderated question-and-answer...

  • **NEW YORK- The Federal Reserve Bank of New York issues Q2 2017 Household Debt and Credit Report, an updated snapshot of household trends in borrowing and indebtedness, including mortgages, student loans, credit cards and auto loans- 1500 GMT. LUBBOCK, Texas- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan participates in a moderated question-and-answer...

  • "Because long-term car loans tend to involve lower monthly or bi-weekly payments, extended terms can encourage consumers to buy more car than they may be able to afford," said Kathryn Dunn, a spokeswoman for the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. More than half of Canadians who borrow to buy new vehicles look to make payments every two weeks, with the arrival of...

  • "Because long-term car loans tend to involve lower monthly or bi-weekly payments, extended terms can encourage consumers to buy more car than they may be able to afford," said Kathryn Dunn, a spokeswoman for the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. More than half of Canadians who borrow to buy new vehicles look to make payments every two weeks, with the arrival of...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 4- Borrowers unwittingly charged for auto insurance when they took out car loans from Wells Fargo& Co asked a U.S. court on Friday to force the bank to help them repair their credit scores. As part of the class action in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, some of the 800,000 people who were charged unknowingly for unnecessary...

  • Wall Street is livid over Wells Fargo's latest scandal

    Analysts are angry over the latest Wells Fargo scandal where hundreds of thousands of customers were required to buy auto insurance they did not need.

  • July 27- Wells Fargo and Co said it would reimburse about $80 million to 570,000 customers who may have been charged wrongly due to issues related to auto collateral protection insurance policies. Wells Fargo said late Thursday it would pay back $80 million to customers wrongly charged for car loan insurance in the coming months, which included $64 million in...

  • A customer leaves an ATM at a Wells Fargo branch in Denver.

    Wells Fargo said on Thursday it would compensate around 570,000 car loan customers who were forced to buy auto insurance they did not need.

  • July 27- Wells Fargo and Co said it would reimburse about 570,000 customers who may have been charged wrongly due to issues related to auto collateral protection insurance policies. The total compensation of about $80 million will be refunded to customers in the coming months- $64 million in cash and $16 million of account adjustments, the bank said late...

  • NEW YORK, July 12- Wells Fargo& Co is scaling back and remolding its auto lending business in response to growing stress in the market, as well as a bank-wide push for more centralized risk controls. Wells, which was the No. 2 U.S. provider of auto loans less than a year ago, has already cut quarterly originations by nearly 30 percent over the nine months leading into...

  • That shiny new car is out of reach for many Americans

    Only the Washington, D.C., metro area has median income high enough to afford the average new-car price.

  • Consumers may have more leverage in the used car market this summer, but that's not the only avenue to trim your bills.

  • WASHINGTON, June 12- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to widen the reach of a federal law targeting abusive debt-collection tactics such as harassment and threats, ruling it does not cover companies that buy debt, sometimes for pennies on the dollar, and then collect it. The four Maryland residents had defaulted on car loans and had sought to sue Santander.