Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother.
Highlights from last week include:
- Portland Police are looking for a bank robber nicknamed the "foul mouth bandit," who is suspected of robbing four banks in April.
- Hawaiian authorities are looking for Tori Samiere, who is wanted on a $50,000 warrant for not following the terms of probation. She was initially arrested for identity theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, and theft.
- The FBI are searching for a Chicago man who robbed three banks in five days.
- U.S. Supreme Court held that a debt collector’s filing of a time-barred proof of claim in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding is not “false,” “deceptive,” “misleading,” “unfair,” or “unconscionable” within the meaning of the FDCPA
- CFPB released a report whose findings include that the most high-risk student loan borrowers aren’t being enrolled in affordable repayment plans and are, therefore, having difficulties making payments on time