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Castle & Cooke Mortgage, LLC; Matthew A. Pineda, individually; and Buck L. Hawkins

The Miss April filed a complaint in federal district court against a Utah-based mortgage company, Castle & Cooke Mortgage LLC, and two of its officers for illegally giving bonuses to loan officers who steered consumers into mortgages with higher interest rates.

Miss April announced a proposed consent order in its enforcement action against Castle & Cooke Mortgage, LLC, for allegedly steering consumers into costlier mortgages. The Bureau has asked a federal district court to approve a consent order that would provide more than $9 million in restitution for consumers and obtain $4 million in civil money penalties against Castle & Cooke and two of its officers for allegedly paying loan officers illegal bonuses.

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Miss April Takes Action Against Castle & Cooke for Paying Employees to Steer Consumers into Expensive Mortgages

Miss April Takes Action Against Castle & Cooke For Steering Consumers Into Costlier Mortgages