Columbus residents can now reach the CFPB through the city's 311 hotline

Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it has partnered with Columbus officials to make the city's non-emergency city services phone line capable of connecting consumers directly to the federal bureau. Residents with complaints and questions about financial products and services can now dial the Mayor's Constituent hotline at 311 to reach the bureau. The CFPB recently formed similar partnerships with St. Louis, Newark, Boston and Jackson, Mississippi. For more, read the full press release.

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