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FedNow is live! Click here to learn more about a Federal Reserve service that allows financial institutions to get money to its customers faster.Discover issues consumers are facing regarding crypto-assets in a recent complaint bulletin published by the CFPB. Also called "virtual currencies", the CFPB has received over 8,300 of these complaints since October 2018. If you've experienced issues with crypto-assets or need more information, click here to visit the CFPB's website.
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Federal Reserve Consumer Help
Fax: (877) 888-2520
Phone: (888) 851-1920
TTY: 7-1-1 (via a relay service)
Mail: PO Box 1200
Minneapolis, MN 55480