July 21, 2016 marks five years since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) opened its doors. The CFPB was created in the wake of the financial crisis to stand up for consumers and make sure they are treated fairly in the financial marketplace. Over the past five years, we have listened to consumer complaints about problems with their financial companies, created new consumer protections for financial products and services, held bad actors accountable for breaking the law, and provided new tools and resources to help consumers make informed financial decisions. Watch the video to learn how we’ve made consumers count over the past five years.
Consumer – Chicago, IL
U.S. Senator – Massachusetts
Former Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury on the CFPB
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