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National Mortgage News

Opinion TCPA compliance, and lawsuits, rest on consumer consent
National Mortgage News
Mortgage servicers should be especially concerned by the rise in Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuits, which often hinge on whether consent to call borrowers exists or has been revoked.

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Crain's Chicago Business

New Bridgeview Bank mortgage unit draws lawsuit from Guaranteed Rate
Crain's Chicago Business
In response, a Guaranteed Rate spokeswoman emailed: "Mr. Caltabiano was terminated for misconduct, as described in our lawsuit. In the last 60 days, Guaranteed Rate has hired 77 loan originators nationally, accounting for over $1 billion in annual loan ...

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Jackson Clarion Ledger

Eupora widow files lawsuit against Wells Fargo over home foreclosure
Jackson Clarion Ledger
A Eupora widow has filed for a temporary restraining order and injunction against Wells Fargo Bank accusing the banking giant of initiating a foreclosure sale of her home prior to telling her. Sandra Cummings and her attorney say a Wells Fargo Home ...

New York Times

Consumer Bureau's New Leader Steers a Sudden Reversal
New York Times
Mr. Mulvaney said he thought Congress should strike down those rules, just as they recently did with a rule that would have allowed borrowers to band together in class action lawsuits against financial institutions over unfair and deceptive business ...
John (Mick) Michael Mulvaney | TheHillThe Hill
Richard Adams Cordray | TheHillThe Hill
FOIA - Cause of Action InstituteCause of Action Institute

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New York Times

The Next Crisis for Puerto Rico: A Crush of Foreclosures
New York Times
Now Puerto Rico is bracing for another blow: a housing meltdown that could far surpass the worst of the foreclosure crisis that devastated Phoenix, Las Vegas, Southern California and South Florida in the past decade. If the current numbers hold, Puerto ...

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Quicken Calls Lawsuit 'Meritless and Frivolous'
Quicken Loans today responded to a new class-action lawsuit alleging the online mortgage lender illegally collected personal information from visitors to its website. The suit claims Quicken Loans and marketing company NaviStone used keystroke logging ...

Behind the lucrative assembly line of student debt lawsuits
A woman in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio, was sued twice, by two different creditors, over the same overdue student loan. Another person, in Illinois, was taken to court over a loan that had already been paid off. And hundreds of borrowers faced lawsuits ...


What the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau battle means to you
Since the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened its doors in 2011, the watchdog has been at the center of legal fights over mortgage regulations, student loans, forced arbitration and other financial issues that affect millions of Americans ...
After political drama at consumer agency, what happens to its open investigations?CNNMoney
Leandra English Named Deputy Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau | Consumer Financial Protection ...Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Memorandum - Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal

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Mortgage Broker News

Industry wades into latest Home Capital litigation
Mortgage Broker News
Soni also said it's telling that other people who bought Home Trust shares within the same period of time have not launched lawsuits against the company. Mortgage broker Dustan Woodhouse believes Home Trust's recent turbulence has been blown out of ...

Washington Post

Trump says Wells Fargo's penalties for 'bad acts' could be 'substantially increased'
Washington Post
In his tweet Friday morning, Trump sought to dispel the notion that the bank could be off the hook. “We can't comment on pending enforcement matters,” John Czwartacki, a senior adviser at the CFPB, said in a statement. “However, as a matter of ...

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