The CFPB recently updated its website, making it more user friendly and adding additional resources. One key update is the inclusion of a new interactive enforcement database where consumers can find information about specific public enforcement actions and track aggregate information about consumer relief and Bureau actions.
The update also includes a page for petitions, so the public can find filed petitions to set aside civil investigative demands and any corresponding orders. Some petitions may be excluded or redacted for good cause. Lastly, the Bureau will now place a label on blogs, reports, and newsroom pages that are over two years old to alert the reader that the information may no longer be current or applicable. The Bureau expects additional website updates in the coming months.