CFPB sues California loan company

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing LendUp Loans, LLC, for allegedly violating a 2016 consent order and committing deceptive acts against consumers.

Trade groups back bipartisan commission bill

An assortment of financial industry trade groups have thrown their support behind H.R. 4773, the Consumer Financial Protection Commission Act, which would alter the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

CFPB settles with debt collector

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has filed a proposed settlement, including an $850,000 civil money penalty, to resolve a lawsuit against a debt collection company and its owner.

CFPB fines GreenSky over fraudulent loans

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a consent order against GreenSky, LLC, alleging the Atlanta company enabled contractors and other merchants to take out loans on behalf of thousands of consumers who did not request or authorize them.

CFPB will resume MLA exams

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued an interpretive rule laying out its plans to resume examinations for conduct violating the Military Lending Act.

CFPB lays out rulemaking agenda

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau outlined its rulemaking agenda for the next six months under Acting Director Dave Uejio.

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