CFPB Whistleblower Charges Fraud In Agency Investigation

A Consumer Financial Protection Board insider has sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlining how the agency falsified documents in order to fine same-day lender Ace Cash Express $10 million.

Cassandra Jackson states that she was “asked to change, remove, and otherwise falsify documents in connection with this investigation.” She was also told to find the firm in violation when in fact she had the documents demonstrating their compliance. More

15 Comments on CFPB Whistleblower Charges Fraud In Agency Investigation

  1. Democratic slush fund. But I do hate those Payday Loan places. Nothing but a bunch of Vultures. Wouldn’t be sad to see them go. Used to lend a co-worker cash when I found out he was going there.

  2. Since this is a Democrat Frankenstein Sessions just may authorize a detailed investigation. If the whistle blower is correct then Trump can use the findings to shut the entire department down. The upside is they may find money winding it’s way back to the Dems.

  3. So… When one of one of the families made men, rats out some of the rest of the made men, I’m not only supposed to believe their latest story, but forgive them their sins? Yeah…

  4. Mnunchin must be having a heyday! Loved the pic of him “getting down to business” over the books at CBFP. No wonder the insiders came up with the Dumbledore thingy.

  5. Looks like democrat special interest groups needed some campaign contributions from Texas.

    SECEDE from Washington. Every agency is weaponized for political favoritism. They only way is to secede. They aren’t going to be un-corrupt any time soon.

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