The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Making markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans.
In just a few weeks, you could be on your way to reaching your savings goals. Sign up for our new Savings Boot Camp to get started today:
If you're affected by a hurricane, there are important steps to take to protect your finances. Find help, contact insurance, and more tips to keep your finances protected. #HurricaneDorian #HurricaneSeason
Affected by #HurricaneDorian ? Be on the lookout for #scams like fake government employees, dishonest contractors, and others trying to take advantage of your situation. Recognizing the tricks scammers use can help you spot scams more easily. Learn more:
Closing on a house? Don’t know what to expect? Here are essential steps for closing with confidence. #HomeSweetHome
Our consumer reporting companies list can help you take advantage of your right to review the information in your consumer reports, and dispute possible inaccuracies with companies as needed.
Do you want to get started with saving automatically but not sure how? Our blog has the information you need to know:
Finding assistance. Navigating insurance. Contacting creditors. Recovery can be complicated, but we’re here to help. Learn more: #HurricaneDorian
Do you want to get started with saving automatically but now sure how? Our blog has the information you need to know:
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.
One way we accomplish our mission is by enforcing consumer protection laws #4Years4You
Concerned about the #Equifax data breach? A fraud alert or security freeze can help protect your identity:
Our new proposed small dollar loan rule aims to #EndDebtTraps w/payday loans. Read more:
Unauthorized secret accounts created by Wells Fargo Bank employees leads to historic $100 million fine from the CFPB
We’re suing Navient for harming student loan borrowers. Learn more: