The CFPB amended its procedures to clarify the situations in which the CFTC is likely to release publicly an enforcement decision or order, and to establish a process for respondents to object to such publication.
The CFPB warned that, under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, consumer reporting companies and the entities that furnish information to them cannot "impose obstacles that deter submission of disputes" and can be held liable for failing to investigate disputes.
The CFPB analyzed complaints relating to crypto assets between October 2018 and September 2022 and found that the complaint rate increased year to year. The CFPB questioned whether crypto asset platforms are effectively monitoring for misconduct.
The CFPB reopened the comment period on a Request for Information issued to Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, PayPal and Square regarding how each firm uses personal payment data and manages data access.