CUNA joined other trade organizations Wednesday requesting an extension of the comment deadline for the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s proposed policy to encourage trial disclosure programs. Specifically, CUNA requests the comment deadline be extended an additional 45 days beyond the current Oct. 10 deadline.
“We believe that a limited, 30-day comment period may preclude the development of a sufficiently broad and complete factual record necessary to develop optimal policy action,” the letter reads. “We respectfully recommend that the Bureau extend the comment period 45 days to November 23, 2018.”
The bureau’s proposal would revise its policy in order to more effectively encourage companies to conduct trial disclosure programs, with the following goals: