|Countrywide Financial Corp., Bank of America Corporation, Countrywide Bank, FSB, Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Full Spectrum Lending Division, Rene L. Rebollo, Jr., Wahid Siddiq, Does 1-50, ABC Corporations 1-50, and XYZ Partnerships and Associations 1-50
||Matthew and Danielle Holmes
||U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky
||A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Countrywide Financial Corp. and some of its affiliates over personal customer data that was stolen and sold by a former executive. More than 2 million customers could potentially join the case. Countrywide is accused of violating state security notification laws, consumer fraud laws and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
||MATTHEW and DANIELLE HOLMES, 30 Mount Holly Avenue,Mount Holly, New Jersey 08060, on behalf of themselves and all other similarly situated, Plaintiff, v. COUNTRYWIDE FINANCIAL CORPORATION, a California corporation; BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION, a North Carolina corporation; COUNTRYWIDE BANK, FSB, a California corporation; COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., A DIVISION OF COUNTRYWIDE BANK, FSB, a California corporation; FULL SPECTRUM LENDING DIVISION, a California corporation; Rene L. Rebollo, Jr.; Wahid Siddiqi; Does 1-50; ABC Corporations 1-50; and XYZ Partnerships and Associations 1-50. Defendants.
||Dec. 17, 2008
|Premier Capital Lending Inc., Debra Stiles
||Federal Trade Commission
||An FTC settlement Premier Capital alleged it enabled a home seller to regularly use its credit bureau access without establishing procedures to ensure private data was protected. A computer hacker eventually gained unauthorized access to dozens of credit reports and pulled hundreds more.
||In the Matter of Premier Capital Lending, Inc., a corporation, and Debra Stiles, individually and as an officer of the corporation.
||FTC File No. 0723004