The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is suing Navient Corporation and its affiliates, Navient Solutions, Inc. and Pioneer Credit Recovery, Inc., for systematically and illegally failing borrowers at every stage of repayment.
When we take an enforcement action against an entity or person we believe has violated the law, we will post court documents and other related materials here.
The Bureau may enforce the law by filing an action in federal district court or by initiating an administrative adjudication proceeding. Administrative proceedings are conducted by an Administrative Law Judge, who holds hearings and issues a recommended decision. Proceedings are conducted in accordance with the .
The CFPB took action against Navy Federal Credit Union for making false threats about debt collection to its members, which include active-duty military, retired servicemembers, and their families.
CFPB filed a lawsuit against an auto loan company, Security National Automotive Acceptance Company, for aggressive debt collection tactics against servicemembers.
CFPB took action against Fort Knox National Company and its subsidiary, Military Assistance Company, for charging servicemembers millions of dollars in hidden fees.
The Bureau took action against NewDay Financial, LLC for deceptive mortgage advertising and kickbacks.
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.
Freedom Stores, Inc., Freedom Acceptance Corporation, Military Credit Services LLC, John F. Melley, and Leonard B. Melley, Jr.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Attorneys General of North Carolina and Virginia took action today to protect military servicemembers from illegal debt collection practices.
CFPB took action against a servicemember fee scam run by USA Discounters, Ltd., a company that operates a chain of retail stores near military bases and offers financing for purchases.
CFPB and 13 state attorneys general obtained approximately $92 million in debt relief from Colfax Capital Corporation and Culver Capital, LLC, also collectively known as “Rome Finance,” for about 17,000 U.S. servicemembers and other consumers harmed by the company’s predatory lending scheme.
CFPB today took action against a payday lender by ordering Cash America International, Inc. to refund consumers for robo-signing court documents in debt collection lawsuits.