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Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) 1968

Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) 1968

The Consumer Credit Protection Act Of 1968 (CCPA) is federal legislation that created protections for consumers from banks, credit card companies, and other lenders. The act mandates disclosure requirements that must be followed by consumer lenders and auto-leasing firms and has been expanded significantly since its inception in 1968.

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