The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Making markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans.
This National Financial Capability Month, many people are facing extraordinary financial pressures due to the coronavirus pandemic. Visit to learn what steps you can take to safeguard your financial well-being. #NFCM2021
Did you know scammers are targeting people with student loan debt? Join our webinar to learn how to spot red flags and avoid debt relief scams. #StudentScamsChat
#NFCM2021 Tip: Eviction protections don’t erase the rent you owe. If you need help catching up on rent, tell your landlord that you want to make a payment agreement. Find more tips:
Do you teach kids about money topics? Check out the Money Monsters for engaging stories that teach children about financial literacy. #FinLitMonth
Millions of homeowners across the country are struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Take action this #NFCM2021 and learn about our tools and resources for struggling homeowners at .
Student loan debt relief scams are on the rise. Join us on April 22 as we walk through what you need to know to avoid and report student loan debt scams. Register now. #StudentScamsChat
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.
If you are unable to pay your full rent due to a decrease in household income or extraordinary medical expenses, you may be able to temporarily delay your eviction under the @CDCgov’s eviction order. Learn more:
Our new rule ensures that groups of people harmed by the same financial products can take action together.
One way we accomplish our mission is by enforcing consumer protection laws #4Years4You
Our new proposed small dollar loan rule aims to #EndDebtTraps w/payday loans. Read more: