The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) today released its 17th edition of Supervisory Highlights.
Today, Bureau Acting Director Mick Mulvaney issued the following statement in response to a bulletin from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency regarding short-term, small-dollar credit.
CFPB Takes Action Against Top Notch Funding for Lying in Loan Offers to NFL Players, Deepwater Horizon Victims, and 9/11 First Responders
Proposed Order Would Shutter Post-Settlement Funding Business, End Deceptive Business Practices, and Impose Penalties
Bureau Alleges Companies Deceived Consumers About Debt That Was Not Legally Owed
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
Bureau Alleges Four Virginia Pawnbrokers Disclosed Misleading Annual Percentage Rates
Bureau Orders Financial Services Company to Pay $255,000 to Consumers
Bureau Alleges Virginia Pawnbroker Disclosed Misleadingly Low Annual Percentage Rate
Online Lender Did Not Help Consumers Build Credit or Access Cheaper Loans, As It Claimed
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Supervisory Actions Return $24.5 Million To A Quarter-Million Consumers Harmed By Illegal Activities
Report Highlights Violations in Auto Origination, Debt Collection, Mortgage Origination and Small-dollar Lending