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|First American Funding Company LLC, Michael Eisanga
||State of Wisconsin
||Circuit Court of the State of Wisconsin for Dane County
||$100 for each violation
||The state alleges that defendant made hundreds of thousands of telephone calls to borrowers on the state's no call list and misled some consumers into believing that it was their servicer.
||Wisconsin v. First Am. Funding Co.
|GMAC Mortgage, LLC, Paul Martino, Sophia Phendy-Sunny, Samantha Albranski and Jasmine Khun
||U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California
||Samuel Smith sued GMAC Mortgage, LLC claiming that, upon the transfer of his residential mortgage loan, the terms and payments had been changed from the original agreement and, thus, he was entitled to rescission of the loan. The trial court dismissed the case.
||Smith v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC, et al.
|PHH Mortgage Corp.
||United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia
||Brash, a U.S. Army sergeant deployed overseas in combat, set up an automatic payment of his mortgage, but PHH sent him late notices and reported him to credit reporting agencies despite his attempts to rectify the situation. A federal jury awarded him $20 million.
||Brash v. PHH Mortgage Corp.
|Provident Funding Associates, LP, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., Mark S. Bosco, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Michael A. Bosco, Jr., and n/a Parties
||AOM Group, LLC
||U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona
||In March 2010, a Truth-in-Lending Act lawsuit was filed in a U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona against, among others, Provident Funding Associates, LP. Ultimately, the court dismissed this lawsuit because the plaintiff did not have standing since it had not been involved in the lending process.
||AOM Group, LLC v. Provident Funding Associates, LP et al.
|Pulte Home Corporation
||State of Nevada
||Clark County District Court - Las Vegas
||Homebuilding giant, Pulte Home Corp., has agreed to pay $475,000 and improve its lending practices to settle an investigation of deceptive trade practices by the Nevada Attorney General.