Is the credit company doing enough to manage the breach and ensure no future security issues?
The embattled mortgage servicer has filed emergency motions against two state regulators, even as more states pile on with injunctions against it
The mortgage servicing giant says it will ‘vigorously defend’ against what it calls ‘unfair and unjust’ enforcement actions
The credit reporting agency sold scores it said were considered by lenders. Not so much, says the CFPB
House Republicans said at a subcommittee hearing that the agency was guilty of gross overreach
The mortgage company said the errors CFPB found in its 2012-2014 HMDA data were simply “technical data issues”
The CFPB has levied the largest-ever fine for an HMDA violation against the lender
A lending giant under fire for alleged FHA violations had asked a federal judge to throw out the government’s lawsuit – but the court is allowing it to proceed