These documents are CFPB’s responses to Congressional inquiries related to COVID-19.
FOIA reports, logs, and frequently requested records
We publish information about past requests to save the public time and effort. On this page you can find records that are requested a significant number of times, logs of past requests and the results of those requests, and quarterly reports from our Chief FOIA Officer.
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Update on access to U.S. mail, overnight mail, and fax services
The FOIA team currently has limited access to U.S. mail and overnight mail services and is no longer accepting fax communications. Limited access means that our responses to mail inquiries may be delayed.
This is the Congressional Correspondence on payday lending sent and received from the CFPB in 2015.
This is the Congressional Correspondence sent and received from the CFPB in 2014 and 2015.
This is the frequently requested Congressional Correspondence sent and received from the CFPB in 2013.
This is the Congressional Correspondence sent and received from the CFPB in 2012.
This is the Congressional Correspondence sent and received from the CFPB between 2010 and 2011.