Protect Your Right to Short-Term Credit

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a new federal agency, is considering new regulations that will limit your access to short-term, small-dollar credit.
Let your voice be heard!

  • Protect your access to safe, reliable short-term credit
  • Protect businesses and jobs in your community
  • Protect your consumer rights

Contact the CFPB today and tell them: "Don't take my credit away!"

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New Federal Regulations Will Eliminate Access to Credit for Millions of Consumers

Short-term, small-dollar credit supports strong communities. These loans help millions of Americans manage their finances and deal with periodic and unexpected expenses. New regulations proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will eliminate this important credit option for consumers, but their need for credit will remain. Without payday and other types of small-dollar loans, consumers will be forced to turn to costlier or less regulated alternatives such as overdraft programs, unregulated loans, or penalty or late fees on bills. The loss of access to credit will have a negative impact on borrowers, their families, and their communities as a whole. Speak out against these new regulations today before they become final. Tell the CFPB: "Don't rule me out. Don't take my credit away."

Number of underbanked
households in the U.S.

– FDIC National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households, 2013

Percentage of Americans living paycheck to paycheck

– CNN Money
June 2015

CFPB consumer complaints concerning payday lending

- CFPB Monthly Complaint Snapshot
May 2016

Tell Regulators to Preserve Access to Short-Term Credit for Consumers

Join us in protecting consumer rights! Sign a letter today and tell the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau how important short-term, small-dollar credit is to you and your family.