I’m a journalist. Who would I contact to schedule an interview?
Reporters with questions about or an interest in speaking with Cleveland Fed President and CEO Loretta J. Mester should contact
Doug Campbell, Executive Communications,
Journalists interested in talking with other Cleveland Fed staff members or with questions about Bank research should contact
June Gates, Public Information Manager,
I’m having a problem with a financial institution. Where can I find help?
Federal Reserve Consumer Help website assists consumers who have a problem with a bank or other financial institution. The Federal Reserve also provides a number of
resources to help consumers better understand bank accounts, credit cards, mortgage and other personal loans, consumer leases, credit reports and scores, identify theft, and
frauds and scams.
Currency and Coins
How can I find out how much a specific bill or coin is worth?
Currency and coin collectors or dealers can provide information about the value to collectors of specific bills or coins.
What should I do with mutilated or burnt currency?
Where can I obtain newly minted coins, commemorative coin sets, or specific currency notes?
The Federal Reserve does not provide currency and coin directly to the public. You can check with your local financial institutions regarding the availability of newly minted coins or specific currency notes. The U.S. Mint sells special collector sets of coins and commemorative coin sets and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing sells sheets of currency and other products.
Savings Bonds and Treasury Securities (Treasury Direct)
Where can I find information about Savings Bonds, Treasury Securities, and TIPS?
Treasury Direct offers information about Savings Bonds; Treasury Bills, Notes and Bonds; and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS).