NPR: The Consumer Complaints Database That Could Disappear From View

NPR: The Consumer Complaints Database That Could Disappear From View. “The Trump administration’s Mick Mulvaney was in the news again this week because he said he wanted to shut down public access to this popular government database at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The industry likes this idea and has long complained about the database, because it says the complaints aren’t vetted enough. Consumer groups say that keeping the public from seeing the database is a move that panders to companies the consumer regulator is supposed to be policing.”