Bureau Alleges Companies Deceived Consumers About Debt That Was Not Legally Owed
Auto Loan Company Failed to Provide Redress For Illegal Collection Tactics
Mortgage Servicer’s Widespread Errors, Shortcuts, and Runarounds Cost Borrowers Money, Homes
Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is filing a lawsuit against Ocwen, one of the nation’s largest nonbank mortgage servicers. We are seeking relief to compensate consumers for years of systemic and significant errors throughout the mortgage servicing process, which cost some of them their homes.
CFPB Files Suit Against Law Firm for Misrepresenting Attorney Involvement in Collection of Millions of Debts
CFPB Alleges Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Deceived Consumers with Misleading Calls and Letters
Credit Reporting Company Misstated How Credit Scores It Sold Were Used
Bureau’s $1.75 Million Civil Penalty for Persistent and Substantial Reporting Errors is the CFPB’s Largest Penalty to Date for HMDA Violations
CFPB and New York Attorney General Sue RD Legal for Scamming 9/11 Heroes Out of Millions of Dollars in Compensation Funds
CFPB and NY Also Accuse Company of Deceiving National Football League Concussion Victims
Prepared Remarks of CFPB Director Richard Cordray on the RD Legal Funding Enforcement Action Press Call
Thank you for joining today’s call. It is my honor to be working alongside Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on this matter. He is one of the toughest and most effective advocates for consumers in the country and we thank him for that.
CFPB and State of Virginia Take Action Against Woodbridge Gold & Pawn for Deceiving Consumers About Loan Costs
Pawnbroker to Pay Restitution to Consumers and End Deceptive Disclosures