The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is still at work.
Yesterday, the CFPB took separate actions against CitiFinancial Servicing and CitiMortgage, Inc. "for giving the runaround to struggling homeowners seeking options to save their homes. The mortgage servicers kept borrowers in the dark about options to avoid foreclosure or burdened them with excessive paperwork demands in applying for foreclosure relief. The CFPB is requiring CitiMortgage to pay an estimated $17 million to compensate wronged consumers, and pay a civil penalty of $3 million; and requiring CitiFinancial Services to refund approximately $4.4 million to consumers, and pay a civil penalty of $4.4 million."
The CFPB's full press release is here.