CFPB Teams With City Of Columbus To Field Consumer Complaints

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On November 12, the CFPB announced a partnership with the City of Columbus to provide local residents access to the CFPB’s consumer complaint hotline through the city’s existing constituent service hotline. Columbus residents who call the city hotline with a question or complaint about consumer financial products or services will be transferred directly to the CFPB for assistance. The CFPB announced a similar partnership with the City of St. Louis, Missouri on October 31, and has established relationships with numerous other localities in the past, including Newark, New York, Boston, and Jackson.

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