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CFPB proposes 7 big changes to foreclosure process for mortgage servicers

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When creditors call, have a script

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently announced that seniors' most frequent complaint to the bureau dealt with debt collection agencies. (2) To notify the consumer that the debt collector or creditor may invoke specified remedies ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago Are creditors calling? Have a script  Bankrate.com2 days ago Banking transactions included in bureau's complaint process [The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City :: ]  BusinessWeek4 days ago
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Green Dot endorses new prepaid rules

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has introduced a proposal to better protect consumers who useprepaid cards, and one of the biggest names in the prepaid industry is turning out to be one of the biggest champions of the new regulations. "I, ...
 Austin American Statesman2 days ago CFPB Proposes Stronger Protections for Users of Prepaid Products  Banknews.com5 days ago Consumer protection movement faltering  Times of India1 week ago US consumer bureau proposes new rules for prepaid cards  Economic Times1 week ago

Green Dot Backs CFPB's Proposed Prepaid Debit Card Rules

Green Dot Corporation ( GDOT ) endorsed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (:CFPB) proposed rules for prepaid debit cards to offer consumers better protection. With these regulations, the U.S. consumer watchdog is attempting to extend many ...
 Yahoo! Finance5 days ago Senate Committee To Focus On Prepaid-Card Scams  PYMNTS.com3 days ago
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When Obamas credit card was declined at New York restaurant

The 53yearold told the crowd at the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that during a UN General Assembly meeting as he had stepped out for a bite at a restaurant his own credit card had been declined
 Hindustan Times1 month ago When US President Barack Obama's credit card was declined!  Jagran Post1 month ago New York restaurant declined President Obama's credit card  Business Standard1 month ago Barack Obama’s credit card declined  Asian Age1 month ago
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Unisys Selected to Provide Cloud Infrastructure Solutions to Help Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Protect U.S. Citizens from Financial Crime

BLUE BELL, Pa. , Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Unisys Corporation ( NYSE: UIS ) today announced it has won a contract to provide Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud solutions and services to help the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) ...
 Tamar Securities3 days ago Unisys to Help Manage Consumer Info Via AWS Cloud; Steve Kousen Comments  New New Internet3 days ago Unisys : Selected to Provide Cloud Infrastructure Solutions to Help Consumer Financial Protection Bureau  4 Traders2 days ago

CUNA urges CUs to complete new remittance transfer survey

MADISON, Wis. (11/20/14)--Just over a year after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) regulation on international remittance transfers went into effect, the Credit Union National Association is following up with credit unions about how ...
 CUNA News Now3 days ago Gryphon Networks Simplifies Compliance with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Regulations  Scottrade4 days ago Gryphon Networks : Simplifies Compliance with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Regulations  4 Traders4 days ago

Call to bring BIEO under CBI's chit fund probe

GUWAHATI, Sept 2 The Consumers Legal Protection Forum (CLPF) has demanded that the CBI bring the Assam Polices Bureau of Investigation of Economic Offences (BIEO) within its ambit of investigation. The Forum alleged that the BIEO had been patronising the ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago
Mortgage Orb

CFPB Expands, Clarifies Rules Related To Foreclosure

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is proposing numerous new rules for mortgage servicers to ensure that - in the words of CFPB Director Richard Cordray - "no one is wrongly foreclosed upon." Most of the new rules expand upon or ...
 Mortgage Orb1 day ago » CFPB Proposes New Foreclosure Rules  MortgageNewsDaily1 day ago CFPB Steps in to Fight Wrongful Foreclosures  REALTOR Magazine2 days ago CFPB proposes expansion of mortgage servicing protections  Credit Union Insight2 days ago
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CFPB Warns Against Social Security Discrimination

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a warning to lenders to avoid placing illegal burdens on mortgage borrowers who receive Social Security disability income. "For those relying on this income, qualifying for a mortgage can be a ...
 REALTOR Magazine2 days ago CFPB: Don't discriminate against borrowers on Social Security disability  HousingWire.com3 days ago CFPB To Lenders: Don't Discriminate Against Recipients Of Disability Income  Mortgage Orb3 days ago
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