CFPB launches probe into costly credit cards pushed on patients for health care costs

WASHINGTON – Three federal agencies last week launched an investigation into high-cost specialty financial products – such as medical credit cards and installment loans – that are pushed on patients as a way to pay for routine medical care and which drive up health care costs and medical debt, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced. …

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