Companies with the most complaints in CFPB database were Mulvaney donors

Eight of the 10 financial institutions that are the subjects of the most complaints in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau public database contributed to acting Director Mick Mulvaney while he was in Congress, according to an analysis published today by Public Citizen.

Since 2012, the CFPB has maintained the publicly available database of consumer complaints against fraud, abuses and scams by financial institution. 

Mulvaney recently suggested that he is considering making the CFPB database non-public.

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