If you’ve been turned away from an insurance company and you’ve decided that your experience has been unfair, you’re not alone.
You can file a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) if your experience was unfair, and the bureau will review the matter and issue a ruling.
However, filing a complaint is an expensive, time-consuming process.
Here are some tips for filing a claim, and what you can expect from the bureau.
Read your claim guidelines The Consumer Financial Privacy Act (CPA) requires companies to make certain disclosures to customers.
For example, they must provide information about how their customer’s information is used, such as how long the customer has been using the data, how much the data is worth and when it was last used.
Read the notice If you received a notice from your insurance company that the data was used for your personal use, and you’re concerned about it, you should look at the notice and contact your insurance provider.
They may need to send you a copy of the notice, which will include the following: the name of the insurer (including the company’s name)