Social Media Compliance Resources

CFPB: Regulation F Amendments to Move Forward without Delay

Although perhaps the most visible victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in the mortgage industry have been borrowers struggling to make their payments,...

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Cuomo Cracks Down with NY Fair Lending Audits

It’s been nearly six months since New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the findings of a broadly-sweeping New York state investigation into...

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CFPB drops hammer on GA debt relief company for telemarketing violations

The CFPB announced on July 8 that it had entered into a settlement with Georgia-based debt relief and ‘credit repair’ company Burlington Financial...

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Oregon latest to restrict lender remedies during COVID-19 pandemic

Passed on May 19 by the Oregon House of Representatives, HB2009 is the latest state-mandated round of consumer protections designed to protect...

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Understanding Mortgage Advertising Record Retention Requirements

The regulations governing advertising in the mortgage industry are numerous and wide-ranging, but the fact remains that there will always be a select...

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Mortgage Advertising Regulations - Social Media Counts, Too!

Love it or hate it, social media is a critically important tool that lenders and servicers must utilize in order to attract new customers and stay on...

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Lasting Changes to the Financial Industry from COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely unsettled consumer lending to such an extent that some methods and facets of the industry may never revert to...

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The TCPA - Is Social Media Next?

In the latest warning to the ever-expanding marketing industry, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals recently determined that unsolicited and unwanted...

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Juneteenth, TRID, & Social Media

On June 17th, President Joe Biden signed Congressional Bill S. 475 into law at 3:51pm, effectively adding Juneteenth as a new federally recognized...

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