On March 26, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") released a final rule removing the requirement under Regulation E that a fee notice be posted on or at ATMs. Prior to December 2012, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act required ATM operators to include fee notices on machines themselves, in addition to providing specific fee disclosures on the screen of the ATM or on paper issued from the ATM. In response to much nuisance litigation concerning this on-machine notice, the Congress passed, and the president signed, legislation eliminating this requirement. The CFPB rule states that ATM operators will now only have to provide the on-screen or paper disclosure that includes the amount of the fee to be charged, and is provided before the consumer is committed to the transaction.