The CFPB is free at last!

01/12/2018
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  • Thanks for the updates Brian!!

    Dianne Joaquin January 12, 2018 4:34 am Reply
  • Now if you can only convince NAR and the MLD to stop their contributions of our membership fees to the DNC and their candidates.

    Nick Velko January 12, 2018 4:39 am Reply
  • Thanks for the update….

    Karlton Uhm January 12, 2018 7:34 am Reply
  • Very good show today guys. What a unique idea, have the government work for the consumer! hmmmmmmmmm Maybe this will catch on at the state and maybe even the local level!

    Rick Kesseler January 12, 2018 9:16 am Reply
  • So lets say Wells Fargo sets up a bunch of credit card accounts in customer’s names without their knowledge. Will the new CFBP go after them? How about if a securities company bundles a bunch of sub-prime loans and sells them as tripple A commodities? Will the new CFPB put a stop to that? Just wondering.

    Harry M Pritikin January 12, 2018 4:04 pm Reply
    • Very cute Harry. I guess you don’t know that the CFPB didn’t find out about that mess at Wells Fargo, did you? It was the Los Angeles Times, snowflake. They did an investigation and found the fraud. The CFPB is a worthless agency that was punitive and spiteful to our industry. So many were fined and paid rather than fighting a government entity, even though they were innocent. Thankfully a couple companies, Quicken and PHH, decided to fight back and show how they cannot be bullied by that ass-hat named Cordray. Good riddance to him and his bunch of leftist creeps.

      SarcasmDetector January 15, 2018 12:36 pm Reply

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