Consumer, privacy, civil rights and fair lending groups from across the nation have called on Acting Director Mick Mulvaney to retain public availability of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) complaint tool after his recent threats to ban public access to the public complaint database.
Add your voice to keep the public complaint database open!
The CFPB’s consumer complaint database helps to empower consumers to inform and protect themselves in the marketplace. They can report a problem or review and analyze users' financial complaints. The public complaint database serves to hold businesses accountable.
Send a comment to the Bureau today. (Please be aware that your name, city and state will become part of the public record.) Your action can help protect you and other consumers and hold financial firms accountable for the way they treat us! Deadline: Monday, June 4.
TAKE ACTION now! Tell the CFPB director that the consumer complaint database is a tool that is too important to lose. The database must be usable. Hiding complaints from consumers will harm us.
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