Calendars, Credit Cards, and Consumer Education

Over the past week, the CFPB web team has been reading through the feedback we’ve gotten via Twitter, YouTube, and email for Open for Suggestions. Yesterday, we posted several new videos.

A number of suggestions concern financial education. Policy analyst Alejandra Lopez-Fernandini recorded a response video earlier today:

One suggestion came from a consumer who was concerned about unpredictable changes in credit card agreements. Senior policy analyst Marla Blow responds to the concerns below:

Finally, we received a Tweet about Elizabeth Warren’s calendar, which has been one of the most popular pages on our site so far. Stephanie Gorski, acting lead of our privacy and records team, talks about CFPB’s transparency efforts:

We have received hundreds of suggestions via Twitter , YouTube , and web. Keep them coming!

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