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The CFPB is mobile-first

Today, the majority of traffic to consumerfinance.gov comes from mobile devices, matching a nation-wide trend. We are proud of the work that we have done to make our systems mobile-friendly and are committed to doing more.

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Technologists wanted

The CFPB is hiring product managers, designers, engineers, data scientists, and more to help detect and prevent unfair, deceptive, and abusive practices in financial markets.

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Accepting applications for CFPB advisory committees

Beginning on Tuesday, July 5, we’re accepting applications to serve on our four advisory committees, which provide insight and advice as we carry out our work. Applications are due by July 24, 2022. Credit Union Advisory Council, Community Bank Advisory Council, Consumer Advisory Board, Academic Research Council.

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Improving how the CFPB gathers feedback

At the CFPB, we are committed to delivering trustworthy, impartial, accurate and timely information to the people we serve. To maintain this commitment we provide clear, impartial answers to hundreds of financial questions on Ask CFPB. Ask CFPB offers information you can use to make more informed choices about your money. Ask CFPB helps more than 6 million people do so each year and has helped more than 43 million lifetime users.

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Designing for the people we serve

We believe our work should be rooted in research and experience from the people we serve. For many, our website’s homepage is the front door to the CFPB. We are excited to unveil our homepage redesign which considered feedback from dozens of people like you.

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New effort focused on financial issues facing rural communities

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has launched a new initiative to focus on financial issues facing rural America. Our effort will initially focus on rural banking deserts, discriminatory and predatory agricultural credit, and manufactured housing.

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Rising car prices means more auto loan debt

Due to its size and impact on Americans’ everyday lives, we are closely monitoring auto lending. As the economy recovers, we need to ensure that the market is fair, transparent, and competitive – and is working for consumers.

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Know your data: Our updated list of reporting companies

Your consumer reporting files affect your ability to get a loan, a job, an apartment, and other essentials of life. But, do you know where and how to request your consumer reports and what you can do once you order them? Find out in our list of consumer reporting companies!

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CFPB calls tech workers to action

The CFPB encourages programmers, data scientists and others with knowledge of the algorithms and technologies used by companies, and who know of potential discrimination or other misconduct within our authority, to report it to the CFPB.

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The Bureau continues to fight to help alleviate housing insecurity through its Tech Sprint Program

As part of CFPB’s continued effort to combat housing insecurity and promote racial equity, the Bureau is partnering with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to lead a tech sprint on post-pandemic housing challenges. We are asking participants to develop innovative digital tools to raise visibility of housing assistance resources focused on alleviating challenges faced by those with housing insecurity and aiding the connection of housing insecure households and the small landlords that serve them to those providing aid.