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  • Report: Banks are meeting mortgage service rules; jury still out on Ocwen

    Report: Banks are meeting mortgage service rules; jury still out on Ocwen
    Four giant banks that signed a $26-billion settlement of investigations into abuses of troubled mortgage borrowers appear to be complying with 304 best-practice standards imposed as part of the agreement, according to reports filed in federal court in Washington.
  • Beware of brutal banking procedures that gouge consumers

    The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday, June 30: Four big banks commit felonies, and a banker calls it "an embarrassment." Banks squeeze money from people with puny savings and checking accounts, and bankers pass...

    Dementia puts seniors at risk of financial abuse

    DALLAS Barbara Macari's husband, Frank, always handled the investments in the family. Then one day, Frank, a real estate broker, gave his wife the shock of her life. "I was coming down the stairs, and he came to me and said, 'I don't understand money...

    Agency posts thousands of complaints against banks, others

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released thousands of complaints Thursday from disgruntled customers of banks, credit card companies and other providers of financial services. The bureau posted a database of the grievances on its website over...

    Cancel all Corinthian Colleges student debt

    Cancel all Corinthian Colleges student debt
    In February, 15 students who had attended Corinthian Colleges Inc. launched the nation's first student debt strike. The students declared that they would no longer repay their loans on the grounds that Corinthian — a network of for-profit schools...