On May 29th, the Seventh Circuit enforced the CFTC's subpoenas served on a precious metal wholesaler, dealer, and depository. Appellants responded to the subpoenas but redacted customer names and contact information citing the Right to Financial Privacy Act, which requires that customers of a "financial institution" be given notice and the opportunity to object before any disclosures are made. The Seventh Circuit holds that appellants are not "consumer finance institutions" under the Act. Appellants provide financing to enable their customers' purchases of precious metals. No evidence exists that appellants provide cash loans or do anything more than provide bridge loans for the purchase of precious metals. Appellants must therefore produce unredacted versions of the responsive documents. CFTC v. Worth Bullion Group, Inc.