As a result of the recently signed CARES Act, many Americans received some financial relief in April through payments issued by the IRS. You may receive a prepaid debit card from the government with your economic impact payments, learn how to access this money and use your card without paying a fee.
Cómo puede usar su tarjeta de débito prepagada de Pago por Impacto Económico, sin tener que pagar tarifas por ello
Por la recientemente promulgada Ley CARES, muchos consumidores recibieron alivio financiero en abril a través de los pagos emitidos por el IRS. Usted podría haber recibido sus Pagos por Impacto Económico del gobierno en una tarjeta de débito prepagada, sepa cómo acceder al dinero y usarla, sin pagar tarifas.
경기부양 지원금을 통해 정부로부터 직불카드를 받을 수 있습니다. 이 돈을 이용하고 수수료 없이 카드를 사용하는 방법을 알려 드립니다.
Paano gamitin ang iyong prepaid debit card [may lagak na] na Economic Impact payment [ambag pang-epekto sa kabuhayan] nang walang binabayaran
Maaari kang makatanggap ng prepaid debit card mula sa gobyerno na naglalaman ng iyong mga pagbabayad para sa epekto pang-kabuhayan, matuto kung paano ma-access ang perang ito at gamitin ang iyong card nang walang binabayaran.
Cách sử dụng thẻ ghi nợ trả trước trong chương trình Viện trợ do Tác động Kinh tế mà không phải trả phí
Quý vị có thể nhận được thẻ ghi nợ trả trước từ chính phủ với các khoản viện trợ do tác động kinh tế, tìm hiểu cách nhận số tiền này và sử dụng thẻ của quý vị mà không phải trả phí.
Aprenda más sobre su cuenta prepagada y cómo comprar una tarjeta prepagada. Explore la base de datos de contratos de tarjetas prepagadas del CFPB.
Learn more about your prepaid account and how to shop for prepaid cards. Explore the CFPB’s database of prepaid account agreements.
We’ve finalized a rule to delay the general effective date of the prepaid accounts rule by six months, to April 1, 2018.
We are seeking comment on a proposal to delay the effective date of the prepaid accounts rule by six months.
Mastercard and UniRush to Pay $10 Million to Consumers Harmed by RushCard Technology Breakdown
Today, we took action against Mastercard and UniRush after preventable technological breakdowns in October 2015 left tens of thousands of RushCard users unable to access their money and without customer support.
Prepaid cards can look and act like other types of cards, but they haven’t always had the same protections. Our new rule will help make prepaid cards and other prepaid accounts safer to use.
An important part of the CFPB’s mandate from Congress is to make rules governing consumer finance markets more effective and to create new rules when warranted. Today, we’re posting a semiannual update of our rulemaking agenda as part of the federal government’s Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions.
Today, we’re releasing a report that looks at deals between financial institutions and colleges to market credit cards to students. This year we found that there are fewer schools marketing credit cards, and those that do are not making their agreements with credit card companies readily accessible to students.
We believe that consumers are more likely to save if they have access to the right tools. Today, we’re announcing that, as part of Project Catalyst, we’ll be working with American Express to evaluate practices to promote regular saving habits among prepaid card users.
Today, we’re posting a semi-annual update of our rulemaking agenda in conjunction with a broader initiative led by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to publish a Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions across the federal government. Our regulatory agenda includes rulemaking actions in the following stages: pre-rule, proposed rule, final rule, long term actions, and completed actions.
Today, we’re holding a field hearing on prepaid accounts Wilmington, Delaware. The event will feature remarks from Director Richard Cordray, as well as testimony from consumer groups, industry representatives, and members of the public. We’re livestreaming the event so you can follow along.
We’re proposing new disclosure requirements that consumers would receive before deciding to open a prepaid account. Currently, each prepaid card company’s retail package discloses different information in different ways. This can be confusing if you’re trying to compare costs between prepaid accounts. Learn more about how we’re making it easier to compare options.
Join us for a field hearing on prepaid accounts in Wilmington, Delaware.
Today, we’re posting a semi-annual update of our rulemaking agenda in conjunction with a broader initiative led by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to publish a Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions across the federal government. Under the Regulatory Flexibility Act, federal agencies are required to publish regulatory agendas twice a year.
We’re developing new disclosures that will provide a variety of protections for prepaid card users. As a part of this work, we’re developing a model disclosure form to standardize these disclosures and clearly present the most important fees so you can easily identify the best prepaid card for your needs. Take a look, and tell us what you think about the model forms.
My family and I just moved into a new house. With all the packing and unpacking, my kids and I found three gift cards we had forgotten about. Mine was from my birthday, almost a year ago. Theirs were from last Christmas. So while most consumers are shopping for this year’s holiday season, we’re putting […]
On May 23rd, we visited Durham, NC, to hold a field hearing on general purpose reloadable prepaid cards, commonly known as prepaid cards. In concert with the hearing, we announced a new Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on this rapidly growing market.