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Financial products and services can be hard to understand. We can help you navigate the fine print.

What is a balloon payment? Am I responsible for unauthorized charges if my credit card is lost or stolen? Tough questions like these deserve clear answers, and Ask CFPB can help you find them.

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Financial products and services can be hard to understand. We can help you navigate the fine print.

Don’t miss the chance to make a nomination

Last month, Director Cordray announced that we are taking nominations for our Consumer Advisory Board. The CAB offers us advice and consultation on emerging consumer financial issues. We are looking for nominees with backgrounds in consumer protection, financial services, fair lending, civil rights, consumer financial products and services, or community development.

In the weeks since the announcement, we’ve received calls and emails from all over the country from people who want to know more about the board and how to get involved. The deadline to nominate someone is March 30th. Learn more and nominate someone today.

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If you’ve experienced difficulties with a financial product, we want to hear from you. We’ll forward your issue to the company and provide you status updates.

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Your story, good or bad, about your experiences will inform how we work to create a fairer marketplace.

Repaying Student Debt

What’s the best repayment option for you? Get pointed in the right direction with our Student Debt Repayment Assistant.

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Review the reports we write to shed light on the financial landscape and keep the American public engaged in the work of the Bureau.

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See the letters, bulletins, and other materials we issue to inform industry and the public about a variety of topics, including how we supervise financial institutions and enforce the law.

Regulations

Provide feedback on our proposed regulations and other documents, or view our proposed and final rules.

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