1) The CFPB wants to start posting reviews on its website, similar to Yelp, Angie’s List, or Amazon review. But the CFPB’s version is no Angie’s List.
2) The government should only deal with facts and be held to the highest standard. But CFPB isn’t even trying to meet an Angie’s List standard. See, Angie’s List depends on its customers feeling confident in the information they read on the site. So why is the CFPB deciding to run an online review site when it won’t even try to verify that consumers are getting accurate and complete information?
3) If the CFPB won’t verify the accuracy of complaints, they shouldn’t post them on a government website where Americans expect to receive facts.
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