The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) announced a settlement with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. in a coordinated action with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Department of Justice (DOJ) resolved an action with Toyota Motor Credit Corporation, under which Toyota Motor Credit will change its pricing and compensation system to substantially reduce dealer discretion and accompanying financial incentives to mark up interest rates.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took action against Herbies Auto Sales, a buy-here pay-here used car dealer, for abusive financing schemes, hiding auto finance charges and misleading consumers.
The CFPB is taking action against CarHop, one of the country’s biggest “buy-here, pay-here” auto dealers, and its affiliated financing company, Universal Acceptance Corporation, for providing damaging, inaccurate consumer information to credit reporting companies.
Westlake Services, LLC, d/b/a Westlake Financial Services. LLC, and Wilshire Consumer Credit, LLC, d/b/a as Wilshire Commercial Capital, LLC
CFPB took action against an indirect auto finance company and its auto title lending subsidiary for pressuring borrowers using illegal debt collection tactics.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took action against Fifth Third Bank for discriminatory auto loan pricing.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Department of Justice (DOJ) resolved an action with American Honda Finance Corporation that will put new measures in place to address discretionary auto loan pricing and compensation practices.
CFPB filed a lawsuit against an auto loan company, Security National Automotive Acceptance Company, for aggressive debt collection tactics against servicemembers.
CFPB and the Maryland Attorney General took action against Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase for an illegal marketing-services-kickback scheme they participated in with Genuine Title, a now-defunct title company.
CFPB took action against a “buy-here, pay-here” car dealer. DriveTime must pay $8,000,000 as a civil money penalty, end its unfair debt collection tactics, fix its credit reporting practices, and arrange for harmed consumers to obtain free credit reports.