Consumer bureau reconsidering fine against Wells Fargo for mortgage fees: report

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Consumer bureau reconsidering fine against Wells Fargo for mortgage fees report. The acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB is reportedly mulling whether to go ahead with a multimillion dollar penalty for alleged mortgage fraud by Wells Fargo. Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney.."The acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is reportedly mulling whether to go ahead with a multi million dollar penalty for alleged mortgage fraud by Wells Fargo, according to Reuters. Reuters reported that the CFPB and Wells Fargo had been hashing out a settlement over the bank .Rules conduct Do not personally other users. Please just keep it civil. No Spam or URL shorteners such as bit.ly or tinyurl.com. Self promotion In general, you should maintain a ratio of self promotion to other content. a community for years. message the moderators .Be civil, Treat others with basic decency. No personals, shill accusations, hate speech, flaming, baiting, trolling, witch hunting, or unsubstantiated accusations. Threats of violence will result in a ban. More Info. Do not post users personal information. Users who violate this rule will be banned on sight..







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