Steps and resources to help resolve credit issues facing many people.
We are celebrating Financial Capability Month by helping consumers make better-informed decisions. This April, we are taking to Twitter to answer your #AskCFPB questions on credit reports and scores.
Spring cleaning isn’t just for decluttering your home – you can also
take advantage of the changing seasons to clean up your finances.
Get ready to buy a home this year by visiting CFPB’s online resources.
You know your credit report is important, but other companies also collect information on you—and you have a right to see those reports. Our latest list of consumer reporting companies gives you the details you need to take action.
Kick off the New Year with financial resolutions that can help you meet your goals.
CFPB Fines Xerox Business Services $1.1 Million for Incorrect Consumer Information Sent to Credit Reporting Agencies
Company Failed to Inform Auto Lenders That Defects in its Software Led to Inaccuracies
Over the last few years, many credit card and other companies have begun to offer consumers free access to their credit scores. We are updating this list to build consumer awareness of this service and highlight positive efforts by the industry to expand access to free credit scores.
If you’ve checked out your credit scores for free, share your experience so that we and others can learn from it.
consejos y actualizaciones más recientes sobre la filtración de información en
Equifax que está afectando a millones de personas.