The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau or CFPB) is seeking comments from the public related to relationship banking and how consumers can assert the right to obtain timely responses to requests for information about their accounts from banks and credit unions with more than $10 billion in assets, as well as from their affiliates.
Notice and opportunities to comment
The CFPB requests public comment on a wide variety of topics to inform our work. These requests can include: proposed rules, requests for information, and Paperwork Reduction Act notices that give the public an opportunity to comment on potential information collections.
All these notices will be published in the Federal Register. You can submit comments online at Regulations.gov, by email, by mail, and by hand delivery/courier. For details, click on the link for the notice on which you’d like to comment. You don’t have to be an expert or a lawyer to give comments. We invite all individuals to share their views.
You can also access notices with comment periods that have already closed and read comments posted to Regulations.gov.
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Recently posted notices
The CFPB is seeking input from the public on debt obligations incurred by consumers in the context of an employment or independent contractor arrangement.
Prohibition on Inclusion of Adverse Information in Consumer Reporting in Cases of Human Trafficking (Regulation V)
The Bureau seeks comment on proposed amendments to Regulation V, which would establish a method for a victim of trafficking to submit documentation identifying any adverse item of information about the consumer that resulted from certain types of human trafficking and prohibit the consumer reporting agencies from furnishing a consumer report containing the adverse item(s) of information.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau or CFPB) is seeking comments from the public related to fees that are not subject to competitive processes that ensure fair pricing. The submissions to this request for information will serve to assist the CFPB and policymakers in exercising its enforcement, supervision, regulatory, and other authorities to create fairer, more transparent, and competitive consumer financial markets.