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Since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened its doors over five years ago, it has helped return $12 billion to Americans who have been harmed by predatory financial practices and products. It has also introduced several new rules, such as for payday loans, to help make the financial marketplace fairer and more transparent. Congress will be considering legislation that would weaken the bureau, threaten its independence and potentially rollback important consumer protections. We can’t leave consumers vulnerable by going back to the days before the financial crisis. Sign up to keep updated on ways you can ensure consumers remain protected!
For more information on the consumer protections campaign, email Emanuel Nieves at firstname.lastname@example.org.