With consumers given the green light to sue lenders over the third-party vendors that they expose to borrowers, lenders have a mandate to ensure the consumer is protected. Utilizing reasonable checks and balances to protect consumers from illegal activity, both within and outside their organizations, is one significant way lenders can be certain they are doing everything they can. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has initiated a complaint against one lead generator and banned the principal of another for failing to properly protect consumers in regard to who the lead generators sold leads.
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