The DFPI has been notified that a person falsely claiming to be the CEO of Voyager Digital is sending letters directing consumers to access a website not affiliated with the Voyager Digital.
The DFPI announced today that it has joined the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 10 state attorneys general in filing a complaint against Prehired, LLC and its related entities for violations of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010.
The DFPI announced today it has joined a multi-state settlement with Raymond James & Associates, Inc. and Raymond James Financial Services, Inc..
The DFPI announced today that it has issued a desist and refrain order against CryptoFX LLC (CryptoFX) and two of its promoters for violating California securities laws by offering and selling unqualified securities and making material misrepresentations and omissions to investors.
Affinity fraud is an investment scam that targets identifiable groups and communities with common ties such as ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, military service, or age (seniors).
Beware of imposter claiming to be from the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation and asking for upfront fees to access a crypto asset “Cold Wallet”
The DFPI has been notified that an entity is contacting members of the public as part of a scam whereby the scammers claim the DFPI and CSA have control of the victim’s crypto asset “cold wallet,” and demanding upfront fees in order to release the funds.
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- Annual Report of Activity Under the California Consumer Financial Protection Law
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Website www.rebeccafitzgeraldcassar.com is Fraudulently Posing as a California-licensed Investment Adviser
The California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) has received information that the website www.rebeccafitzgeraldcassar.com is fraudulently marketing itself as a licensed Investment Adviser.
- Annual Report Shows Continued Success with Consumer Protection Law
- DFPI Action Against Crypto Exchange Platform Coinbase
- DFPI Debt Collector Enforcement Sweep
Summary of Pending Applications as of May 2023 (PDF) is available.
The DFPI announced today it has made significant progress growing its reach and impact in key areas affecting California consumers, two years into implementing one of the most expansive consumer financial protection laws in the nation.
This guide provides a range of smart saving tips to help you boost your financial health. It covers everything from identifying big purchases, paying yourself first, setting attainable SMART goals, to adopting the 50/20/30 rule for budgeting. Plus, it offers insights on opening a high-interest savings account and leveraging technology for better savings.
In the hot California real estate market, homebuyers face unique challenges such as intense competition and the “rate lock-in effect.” This guide provides vital insights and tips to navigate this complex sellers’ market. It covers crucial considerations from making an informed offer, securing financing, carrying out home inspections, to choosing between online and brick-and-mortar lenders.
The DFPI announced today that it has issued an action against Coinbase Global, Inc. and Coinbase, Inc. for violations of securities laws and corresponding penalties in connection with Coinbase’s staking rewards program.
The DFPI announced today that it has issued enforcement actions against three entities for unlicensed debt collection activity under the Debt Collection Licensing Act (DCLA) and unlawful, unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices in violation of the California Consumer Financial Protection Law (CCFPL).