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Organizations operating in the fintech sector depend on the exploitation of their clients' financial and personal data. For this reason, they should comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).1
Currently, three forms of lending continue to gain popularity among American bank customers, including peer-to-peer lending, social-lending, and crowd-lending. These operations can successfully substitute for standard bank loans. Anyway, most laws aimed at protecting clients engaged in contracting conventional loans are applicable to borrowing money by means of e-lending resources. Among them are the Truth in Lending Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The regulatory structure bearing responsibility for enforcement of the above-mentioned laws incorporates the CFPB and the Federal Trade Commission.1
The selected business framework affects the legal activity of loan providers through their compliance with the Federal Reserve, the FDIC and the OCC. Additionally, credit investors should abide by the legislation of the state where they operate, namely state consumer protection laws, like legal codes prohibiting malpractice, deceptive, or improper actions, as well as local licensing requirements to serve as lenders, brokers, or debt collectors.1
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