The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Making markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans.
We field an average of 30,000 consumer complaints each month. Learn more about how we are working for you.
During this difficult time many of us are paying close attention to the guidance from federal, state, and local governments. Unfortunately, scammers are also paying attention. Here are three ways you can protect against government #ImposterScams .
As financial coaches, counselors, and educators, you provide vital services to Americans facing uncertainty as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds. You can continue this vital effort by adapting to working with those you serve remotely.
Our information on early retirement withdrawals and the CARES Act covers information like: • What tax-deferred accounts are affected by the changes? • How much can you withdraw without penalty? Find the answers the these questions and more in our blog.
We put together some key information about how #DataSharing works, what you should consider before sharing your data, and some tips on how you can best protect your data and accounts.
If you have been affected by Hurricane #Harvey , we have resources to help you protect and rebuild your finances.
Learn more about what you can do if you think your identity has been stolen in the #Equifax data breach.
Our new rule ensures that groups of people harmed by the same financial products can take action together.
We are working with the @FHFA and @HUDgov to help homeowners and renters during the coronavirus pandemic. Visit the unified Mortgage and Housing Assistance site for the latest information on how to get help.
If you're a non-tax filer, find out what you need to do to receive your full Economic Impact Payments.
One way we accomplish our mission is by enforcing consumer protection laws #4Years4You