Court dismisses CFPB UDAAP lawsuit

A federal judge in North Dakota has dismissed an action by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau against a third-party payment processor.

Experian fined $3 million over credit score marketing

The Costa Mesa, Calif., company told consumers the credit scores it marketed and provided were used by lenders to make credit decisions; lenders did not use those same Experian scores to make such decisions, the bureau said.

CFPB slaps Nationstar with $1.75 million fine

This week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau entered into a consent order with Nationstar Mortgage that will require the lender to pay $1.75 million over HMDA violations.

CFPB seeks $107 million in bankruptcy claim

The bureau asked for the payment as part of a final judgment against Orion Processing LLC, a bankrupt company embroiled in an alleged debt-relief scheme that cost consumers millions in what the bureau called “exorbitant, illegal upfront fees.”

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