On your side after the government mismanaged and exposed your private data.
The Bureau to Protect Financial Consumers
We’re the Bureau to Protect Financial Consumers, a division of the Southwest Public Policy Institute dedicated to making sure you are treated fairly in the aftermath of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s mismanagement of your private data.
Was your privacy negatively impacted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s negligence? We’re here to help.
The BPFC is standing up for you
- 250,000+ consumers impacted by CFPB data mismanagement
- 0 complaints received by CFPB
- 0 recourse through government channels
The CFPB doesn’t care about your financial wellbeing. Complaints to the CFPB about the CFPB receive the following automatic response: “The Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Hotline no longer accepts e-mailed complaints and this mailbox is no longer monitored by OIG staff.”
Have you been adversely affected by the CFPB’s negligence?
Signs of identity theft might include:
- Receiving bills for items you did not buy, accounts you don’t recognize, or medical services you did not use
- Charges on your credit card or bank statements you don’t believe are yours
- Notification that an unfamiliar account has been turned over to a collections agency, or receiving calls from debt collectors about a debt that isn’t yours
- Unexplained withdrawals from your bank account
- You stop receiving bills or other mail
- Notification that more than one tax return was filed in your name
- Denial of credit because of the fraudster’s actions
If you believe your information may have been stolen and used fraudulently, it can be hard to know what to do and where to report it. Start by submitting your complaint against the CFPB. Add your name to the growing list of Americans who have been harmed by the CFPB’s negligence.