On December 18, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) issued a consent order against Seterus, Inc. (Seterus), a former mortgage servicer based in North Carolina, and Kyanite Services, Inc. (Kyanite).
Docket of the Office of Administrative Adjudication
The OAA docket includes all public documents filed in administrative proceedings before the Office of Administrative Adjudication. The docket does not include documents containing confidential information covered under a protective order or other order authorizing confidential treatment.
Types of proceedings in the OAA docket:
The Bureau initiates an administrative adjudication proceeding by filing a notice of charges. Administrative adjudications are conducted by an administrative law judge, who holds formal hearings and issues a recommended decision.
Stipulation and consent order
Stipulations and consent orders consist of proceedings where the parties agree to settlement and file a stipulation and a consent order before the filing of a notice of charges.
Not all enforcement actions initiated by the Bureau are filed with the Office of Administrative Adjudication. The Enforcement docket includes proceedings not filed with the Office of Administrative Adjudication, such as federal district court cases.
On December 8, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) issued a consent order against RAB Performance Recoveries, LLC (RAB) threatening to sue and suing to collect debts where it did not have a legally required license to do so.
On November 12, 2020, the Bureau issued a consent order against Afni, Inc., a non-bank third-party debt collector located based in Illinois that specializes in collecting telecommunications debt.
The Office of Administrative Adjudication is not authorized to receive or act upon consumer complaints about consumer financial products or services. Consumer complaints can be submitted online or by calling the CFPB toll-free at 855-411-CFPB (2372); TTY/TDD Phone 855-729-CFPB (2372).