The Bureau's release explained yesterday that it is:
filing  a lawsuit in federal district court against the NDG Enterprise, a complex web of commonly controlled companies, for collecting money consumers did not owe. The CFPB alleges that the defendants illegally collected loan amounts and fees that were void or that consumers had no obligations to repay, and falsely threatened consumers with lawsuits and imprisonment. The CFPB is seeking to end the companies’ alleged illegal practices and obtain monetary relief for consumers.
“We are taking action against the NDG Enterprise for collecting money it had no right to take from consumers,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. “Companies making loans within the U.S. have to comply with federal law, and the Consumer Bureau will work to ensure that American consumers receive the protections and fair treatment they deserve.”
Read the whole release here.