Debt collectors aren’t supposed to be able to use the threat of criminal prosecution to intimidate people into paying up, but new analysis shows that Texas’ payday lenders routinely use courts to put the screws to borrowers.
Military families are supposed to be free from the worst abuses of the lending industry, but a new report shows that loopholes in the law are letting veterans down -- and illustrates how to fix those failures.
Marijuana companies in Colorado must use cash and take the risks inherent in dealing with large amounts of paper money because banks won't do business with them. State officials hope a new credit union can change that.
The fourth-largest mortgage servicing company has systematically faked key documents in foreclosures for years, according to a New York regulator, despite a national legal settlement in 2012 that was supposed to put a stop to such abuses by the industry.