If you manage someone else’s money, a new law lets you request a credit freeze on their behalf to help protect them from identity theft and fraud.
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) today began meetings in Washington, D.C. with members of its revamped Consumer Advisory Board, Community Bank Advisory Council, and Credit Union Advisory Council. This is the first joint gathering of these three panels of experts, who advise Bureau leadership on a broad range of consumer financial issues and emerging market trends.
Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Issues Report and RFI on the Bureau’s Sources and Uses of Data
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) today issued a report and Request for Information (RFI) regarding the Bureau’s sources of data and how data is used. The report provides transparency into how the Bureau collects and uses data and the accompanying RFI gives the public an opportunity to comment on those practices.
You can get a handle on your debt and make a plan for future spending.
Free credit freezes and year-long fraud alerts are here, starting Sept. 21, 2018, thanks to a new federal law. Here’s what you should know.
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) today announced it will be relocating its southeast regional office from Washington, D.C. to Atlanta, Georgia.
We’re now accepting applications for the Your Money, Your Goals 2019 cohort.
BCFP released a new research report on the geographic patterns of credit invisibility. Consumers who are “credit invisible” have no credit histories. This is the third in a series of Bureau studies on consumers with limited credit histories.
We are working hard on our commitment to grow our relationships with state and local government partners.
Breaking down your daily spending habits can help you identify areas
where you can reduce your expenses or find services you’re paying for that you