The National Credit Union Administration’s Inspector General issued a report that says the NCUA’s Consumer Assistance Center focuses on consumer complaint resolution, not on whether or not those complaints indicate a violation of consumer protection laws. Since the NCUA instructs examiners not to reinvestigate complaints, violations of consumer protection laws may not be identified during exams. The IG report indicates better coordination is needed.
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