The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) this week announced the launch of a site designed to provide Spanish-speaking Americans with “clear, unbiased information about financial products and services.”
The site, consumerfinance.gov/es, also provides a direct link to the CFPB’s Spanish complaint submission portal.
According to the agency:
On consumerfinance.gov/es, you can find answers, in plain-language Spanish, to consumers’ most common questions. It’s also our first responsive site – it works beautifully on mobile devices as well as on desktops – in response to research that shows two-thirds of Latinos who are online tend to access the Internet from a mobile device. And this is just the beginning – we want to continue to expand to include more resources and tools in languages other than English so that we can reach as many people as effectively as possible.