FDIC: Consumer Assistance & Information
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Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation

Each depositor insured to at least $250,000 per insured bank

Consumer Assistance & Information

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Homeownership is an important goal for many people, but the cost of housing generally requires a mortgage. Learn more about mortgages and the consumer protections available to those who have them.
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Credit Reports

The information in your credit report may be used to help determine whether or not you will get a loan and how much you will pay for it - and even the cost of your insurance or if you can get a new job or apartment. Learn more about credit reports, credit scores, and how to improve them.
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Cybercrime, like identity theft, can happen to anyone, and it can seriously disrupt your finances and credit history. Learn more about how to improve your cybersecurity and resolve issues with identity theft and other fraudulent activity.
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Billing Errors and Resolution

Receiving bills for merchandise you did not purchase and discovering errors on your credit card statement can be corrected. Learn more about your protections under the Fair Credit Billing Act.

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FDIC Consumer News

FDIC Consumer News January 2020 Cover

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Contact FDIC

To determine your deposit insurance coverage or ask any other specific deposit insurance questions, call: 1-877-ASK-FDIC

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