Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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             The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was created to help give consumers the information they need to better understand the terms of their agreements with financial institutions.  The CFPB was created by Congress to better protect consumers through improved federal regulations and to ensure that consumers have the knowledge they need to make clear and sound financial decisions with less risk and less opportunity for unfair, deceptive or abusive practices.


Some of the ways the CFPB benefits consumers:

  • Protect Consumers from Deceptive Lending Practices
  • Foreclosure Counseling Services
  • Supervision / Regulation of Mortgage Lending Institutions
  • Provide Financial Education for Consumers
  • Monitor Financial Practices of Mortgage Industry


To learn more about the CFPB, it's consumer protection practices and rules,
follow the links below:
 








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