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Don't entrust companies named Hydra with your bank info

Hail Hydra? No thanks If you’ve watched a Captain America movie before, you’ll know that the name Hydra means bad news. Turns out they were onto something. The Hydra Group, a group of three people that operated a...more

CFPB settles with military base retailer for alleged fee scam; Senators seek CFPB investigation of retailer’s debt collection...

The CFPB has announced a settlement with USA Discounters, a retailer that operates a chain of stores near military bases and offers financing for purchases through retail installment sales contracts (RICs), to resolve charges...more

Congressional Democrats Want Meeting With Attorney General On Mortgage Fraud Enforcement

On March 17, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Representatives Elijah Cummings (D-MD) and Maxine Waters (D-CA) sent a letter requesting a meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder to review the findings of a recent report...more

CFPB highlights collaboration with tribal governments

A recent CFPB blog post warning Native Americans receiving payments from the settlement in Cobell v. Salazar that they could be targeted by scammers also highlights the CFPB’s collaboration with tribal governments....more

CFPB goes after another mortgage modification business

The CFPB announced that on December 3, 2012, it filed a second action in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California seeking to shut down an alleged mortgage modification scam....more

CFPB Halts Alleged Nationwide Mortgage Loan Modification Scams

The CFPB has announced actions to halt two alleged mortgage loan modification scams it believes ripped-off thousands of struggling homeowners across the country. According to the CFPB, these operations took in more than $10...more

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