WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and 15 states announced a sweep against foreclosure relief scammers that used deceptive marketing tactics to rip off distressed homeowners across the country. The Bureau is filing three lawsuits against companies and individuals that.
Since November 2012, the CFPB and FTC have jointly been investigating mortgage advertising, including lead generators, and since then have brought several public enforcement actions. At the time the CFPB said, "the actions stem from a joint ‘sweep’ – a review conducted by the CFPB and the FTC
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Employment-related issues abound in esports and the video game industry. Join Steve and Nick in the last episode of Season One of the LAN Party Lawyers podcast as they discuss some of the most.
The Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation Joins CFPB, FTC & States in sweep targeting mortgage Rescue Schemes. BALTIMORE, MD (July 23, 2014) – The Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation issued two cease and desist orders against companies and individuals for operating illegal loan modification schemes that scammed consumers into paying large upfront fees but did nothing.
Posted in All Entries, Federal Trade Commission (FTC), State Attorneys General, CFPB, & FTC The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced in mid-July that it conducted the first compliance sweep of car dealerships since the effective date of its revised Used Car Rule requiring the use of a new Buyer’s Guide sticker.
A group of 15 Democratic state attorneys general have submitted a letter responding to the CFPB’s request for information seeking comment on potential changes to the CFPB’s practices for the public.
Wilshire Bancorp acquires Bank of Manhattan’s mortgage business Wilshire Bancorp Inc – lawinsider.com – LOS ANGELES (February 9, 2015) – Wilshire Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: WIBC), the parent company of Wilshire Bank, announced today the signing of an asset purchase agreement in which Wilshire will acquire certain assets and assume certain operations of Bank of Manhattan’s Mortgage Lending Division.Realogy soars on the HW 30 equity index After office hours, please call operators at 737-0011 NEWSDESK TEL 730-5397 FAX: 732-0131 FOREIGN DESK TEL: 730-5745 fax: 733-4120 pictuk DESK TEL 730-5328 FAX: 733-8295 EAST ASIA
Florida AG joins CFPB, FTC enforcement sweep Mortgage servicing faces billion-dollar secondary crisis postcard with an illustration of the American Savings and Loan.. their own, the newly elected, free market duo was faced with thousands of sick institutions.
"The FTC will remain vigilant in our efforts to monitor this industry and stop unlawful conduct that harms both consumers and legitimate businesses and will continue to work with our law enforcement partners, including the CFPB, on this important issue," FTC Acting Chairman Maureen K. Ohlhausen said.