DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - What's in your wallet?
If it's a Capital One card, you have the most complained-about credit card in Colorado, according to a report Tuesday by CoPIRG Foundation.
The report, which looked at data from the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) public Consumer Complaints Database, also found that Colorado consumers are 12th most likely to file credit card complaints among the states, based on complaint rates per 100,000 residents.
The report - "Credit Cards, Consumer Complaints: The CFPB's Consumer Complaint Database Gets Real Results for Credit Card Holders" - is the fourth in a series of reports by CoPIRG Foundation that analyze the complaints in the CFPB's consumer complaints database.
Previous reports in the series have analyzed complaints about bank accounts, private student loans, and credit reporting.
The CFPB has been accepting complaints about credit cards since July 2011, and has expanded since then to accept complaints about a variety of financial products and services.
Read the entire article and learn some key findings on the Denver Business Journal
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