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How to submit complaints about financial products and services to the CFPB

Written by Dory Rand on January 4, 2016 - 12:00am

When submitting a complaint, consumers have the option to share their experiences (good or bad) with consumer financial products or services such as mortgages, bank accounts, overdraft, credit cards and deferred interest and reward programs, prepaid and campus cards, payday and installment loans, bank deposit advance products, forced arbitration and prohibition of class actions, remittances, credit reporting agencies, debt collections, student loans, auto loans, and auto title loans. Let the CFPB know what challenges you are facing.

 

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The CFPB was established by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act as the first federal financial regulator whose focus is protecting the rights of consumers.

No matter who you are—a credit card borrower, student borrower, homeowner, servicemember, or more—the CFPB is making major strides to ensure that you can safely do business with financial institutions.

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