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Nexus Services, Inc. et al.

On February 22, 2021, the Bureau filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia against Nexus Services, Inc. (Nexus Services), Libre by Nexus, Inc. (Libre), and their principals, Micheal Donovan, Richard Moore, and Evan Ajin. Libre is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nexus Services, and both are non-banks with their principal places of business in Virginia. The Bureau alleges that Libre and its owners operated a scheme through which Libre offers to pay the immigration bonds to secure the release of consumers held in federal detention centers in exchange for large upfront fees and hefty monthly payments, while concealing or misrepresenting the true costs of its services. Specifically, the Bureau alleges that Libre and its owners engaged in deceptive and abusive acts or practices in violation of the CFPA, and that Nexus Services and Libre’s owners provided substantial assistance to Libre’s violations. The Bureau filed its complaint jointly with the Attorneys General of Virginia, Massachusetts, and New York. The Bureau seeks an injunction, damages or restitution to consumers, disgorgement of ill-gotten gains, and the imposition of civil money penalties.

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Complaint

Press Release

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