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  1. Prepared Remarks of CFPB Director Richard Cordray at The Clearing House HINT: She was more entertained by talking with the speechwriter than reading the finished product.
  2. Sometime in the last year, USAA upped my transfer limit from $5,000 to $9,000. I'm wondering if this is for all members or only some? However, it always says I have $344 in transfers that are scheduled or have been processed, even though that is not the case. I do have monthly automatic transfers in place which perhaps in aggregate are around $344 going in and out. Here is their wording: Does anyone else have this issue? I've never called them about it since I've never needed to get the full $9,000, but am curious none the less. Before the increase, to $9,000, I always had access to the full $5,000, so this issue appears to have come with the increased limit.

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