4. disgorgement or compensation for unjust enrichment;
5. payment of damages or other monetary relief;
6. public notification regarding the violation,
7. limits on the activities or functions of the person; and
8. civil penalties and the cost of investigations. 
Civil penalties under the Act range from $5,000 per day for First Tier violations, $25,000 per day for second tier violations (reckless engagement) and up to $1,000,000,000 per day for intentional violations of Federal consumer financial law. The Bureau can consider mitigating factors when imposing penalties.
The Bureau is required to establish reasonable procedures to provide a timely response to complaints against, covered entities. The Bureau must:
1. develop an appropriate process to receive complaints and inquiries from the public;
2. develop an appropriate process to investigate and address complaints and inquiries from the public;
3. develop an appropriate process to record and review any responses received from covered entities;
4. develop an appropriate process for follow-up actions in response to complaints or inquiries of the public.
The investigative process outlined in the Act gives the Bureau the power to issue a civil investigative demand letter.
Each civil investigative demand letter must:
1. State the nature of the conduct constituting the alleged violation which is under investigation and the provision of law applicable to such violation.