Welcome to the Oklahoma Department of Consumer Credit's ("OKDOCC") online office. As you browse our website, please let us know if you have any questions that cannot be answered throughout our various links. In an effort to improve openness and communication from this office, I welcome your suggestions or comments.
The Oklahoma Department on Consumer Credit was created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1969. The Department is responsible for the regulation of consumer credit sales and consumer loans in the State of Oklahoma. The Department is also responsible for the licensing and regulation of mortgage brokers, mortgage lenders, mortgage loan originators, pawnshops, deferred deposit lenders, rental purchase lessors, health spa contracts, credit service organizations, consumer litigation funders, and precious metal and gem dealers.
The Department is governed by the Commission on Consumer Credit. Commission members are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Oklahoma State Senate. The Oklahoma State Banking Commissioner serves as an ex-officio, non-voting member. The Commission appoints an Administrator to manage the Department.
This site is a tool for licensees and consumers to use who may want to learn more about our office. Your questions and concerns are important.
WE protect and educate consumer buyers, lessees and borrowers against unfair practices, and are fair and impartial in the regulation of consumer credit transactions in Oklahoma.
Thank you for visiting our web site.