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We study how consumers interact with financial products and services to help identify potential problems in the marketplace and achieve better outcomes for all. Review our reports and analyses to help inform your decisions, policies, and practices. And, see reports that we periodically prepare about the CFPB.

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To Congress

CFPB financial report fiscal year 2023

The financial report provides readers with the summary results of the CFPB’s operational activity, and it is the principal statement of our accountability to the American people, the United States Congress, and the President of the United States.
To Congress

Fair Lending Report of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 2022

The Bureau is committed to ensuring fair, equitable, and nondiscriminatory access to credit for both individuals, small businesses, and communities. This report describes our fair lending activities in enforcement and supervision; guidance and rulemaking; interagency coordination; and outreach and education for calendar year 2022.
Consumer complaint

Office of Servicemember Affairs 2022 Annual Report

CFPB report highlighting consumer complaints received by the agency's Office of Servicemember Affairs. The report discusses issues related to digital payment apps also known as [person-to-person (P2P) payment platforms], and actions the agency has taken and the results it has achieved to protect the military community from financial harm.
Issue spotlight

Issue Spotlight: Analysis of Deposit Insurance Coverage on Funds Stored Through Payment Apps

Payment apps that allow consumers and businesses to quickly send and send money also often provide the ability for users to store those funds. Funds stored on these platforms often lack deposit insurance coverage and are at risk of loss in the event of financial distress or failure of the entity operating the payment platform.
Data spotlight

Overdraft/NSF Revenue in Q4 2022 down nearly 50% versus pre-pandemic levels

Overdraft/NSF revenue for the fourth quarter of 2022 alone was approximately $1.5 billion lower than in the fourth quarter of 2019 – a decrease of 48% compared to before the pandemic, suggesting an annual reduction of over $5.5 billion going forward. This decrease suggests average annual savings of more than $150 per household that incurs overdraft or NSF fees; many households have saved much more.