Mick Mulvaney doesn't want to show you complaints against banks that backed his campaigns, report says

Equifax, the credit reporting firm that is under investigation by the CFPB after a massive data breach last year that exposed the sensitive data of millions of people, has received the most complaints — 83,252, according to Public Citizen’s analysis. Equifax’s political action committee contributed $5,000 to Mulvaney’s campaigns. An Equifax competitor, Experian, has been the subject of more than 72,000 complaints and contributed $6,000 to Mulvaney’s campaigns, according to the report.