Yawn… Ocwen to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle California Dispute


Ocwen to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle California Dispute

Ocwen Financial Corp. is paying a $2.5 million penalty and submitting to a review by an independent auditor to avoid losing its license to make and service mortgages in California.

The settlement announced late Friday by California’s Department of Business Oversight stems from Ocwen’s refusal to turn over records sought by state regulators as part of an examination of its lending practices.

The standoff prompted California to initiate proceedings to suspend Ocwen’s license, an action that now will be dropped as part of the agreement.

Ocwen won’t be able to take on any new customers in California until state regulators are satisfied the Atlanta-based company will promptly respond to future demands for business records.

Ocwen didn’t immediately respond to a request Saturday for comment about the settlement.

“We’re pleased this frustrating skirmish over what should have been a routine matter is finally resolved,” said Tom Dresslar, a spokesman for California’s Department of Business Oversight.

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3 Responses to “Yawn… Ocwen to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle California Dispute”
  1. mystify says:

    wtf….its amazing how the corrupt just continue to buy their way out of any and everything!

  2. Michelle says:

    So, basically Ocwen paid off the state to NOT take a look at their lending practices? The whole forclosure BS makes me so sick!

  3. BOBBI SWANN says:

    Want to guess how much of that fine will go the borrowers who suffered at the hands of Ocwen? My bet is zilch, zero, nada……………..

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