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More Twists and Turns in Morgan Drexen Case Now Involving Howard Law

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Last week the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) deposed Walter Ledda, the former man in charge of the debt settlement company Morgan Drexen. Ledda disclosed some information that made the ears of the perk up a bit and they filed a new court document. Rather than rehash the entire background of this multi-year court action between the CFPB and Morgan ... Read More »

    Working On a Story – Did the CFPB Call and Threaten Your Debt Relief Company?


    I’m working on a story about the CFPB calling debt relief companies and saying, “Hello this is ___ from the CFPB calling about an enforcement matter, please call me back immediately.” Companies that are calling back do not have an enforcement matter but are being pitched to register for the CFPB online portal. If your company has received such calls, ... Read More »

      Debt Relief Soap Opera – Michael Harper, Hoffman Law Group, Greenspoon Marder

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      Up till now the most bizarre debt relief related lawsuit I had seen was this one which included the “Charlatan,” “Felon,” and “Architect.” But this court document sent to me has to either being the most bizarre of 2014 or be in top contention for debt relief lawsuit honors. It seems to be a soap opera of a bunch of ... Read More »

        CFPB Lays Out What It Will Look For as an Abusive or Deceptive Practice

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        The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has released material which lays out how it will investigate and/or identify unfair, deceptive or abusive acts and practices. This has a serious impact on the entire debt relief industry, non-profits included. The rules and regulations, to me, appear to be clear that the underlying issue is if the material and activities by the ... Read More »

          Consumer Financial Protection Bureau In The Works But Don’t Expect Much Before July, 2011

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          Reuters is reporting recent comments by Treasury Secretary Geithner that have sent a clear signal that the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will not be active in enforcement actions until July, 2011. “It is fair to say that until that authority is transferred, which will not happen before July of 2011, and before there is a confirmed director in ... Read More »

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