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CFPB sues mortgage company for allegedly deceiving veterans about refinance benefits

On December 6, the CFPB announced the filing of a complaint and proposed final judgment in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada against a non-bank mortgage company for allegedly deceivin... read more

CFPB Orders Mortgage Company To Pay $2M Penalty For Deceptive Advertising & Kickbacks

The CFPB announced today that it took action against the Maryland-based company that allegedly deceived consumers ... s primary business is originating refinance mortgage loans guaranteed by the Veter... read more

U.S. sues student loan giant Navient, says it 'failed' borrowers

Navient said the CFPB filed suit because the company rejected ... of Illinois and Washington sued Navient in separate complaints on Wednesday, which also named Sallie Mae, for servicing problems and f... read more

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Watchdog groups charge lenders with deceiving service members, vets

"We have determined that these two companies ... auto loans to tens of thousands of active-duty military members," CFPB Director Richard Cordray said. Borrowers were allegedly charged fees that they w... read more

U.S. Bank refunding $48 million to customers

The fraudulent services were sold as “add-on products” to credit cards, mortgage loans and ... the promised benefits, according to the CFPB. U.S. Bank was marketing the service and referring intereste... read more

New and Old Lawsuits - Notable Settlements; Training/Events; Underwriter Comp Study

The whole residential lending industry is abuzz about the article ... of the entire mortgage loan process including FHA, VA and RD requirements. Strong underwriting knowledge is a must and DE preferre... read more

CFPB Takes Action Against Mortgage Relief Company Deceptively Using VA & FHA Logos On Ads

Such was the case for a California-based mortgage relief company recently taken down by federal regulators. The Consumer Financial Protection announced today that it levied a $250,000 fine against RMK ... read more

Krebs on Security

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission this past week announced it reached settlements with software giant Oracle and identity protection firm LifeLock over separate charges of allegedly deceiving users .. ... read more

The Morning Risk Report: Shutdown Could Cause Regulators Problems

The news led to product recalls in countries including China and New Zealand, affecting Danone and other companies ... when he threatened to sue both banks for allegedly failing to live up to requirem... read more

Debt Collection (Regulation F)

deceptive, and abusive acts or practices and to establish disclosures to assist consumers in understanding the costs, benefits, and risks associated with consumer financial products and services. read more

Policy costings about more than the final figures

When it comes to policy costings we need to know the final number, and it's great to know that it is accurate, but we also need to know how our politicians arrived at that number, writes Greg Jericho. ... read more

Loan Disclosure Reform Incomplete without Borrower Education

HERE is the feedback portal In the process of developing my own personal perspective on mortgage disclosure reform I took ... We must do more to protect homeownership in America. Borrower education is ... read more

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