Citigroup forgets to send settlement checks to over 23,000 borrowers

by MPA06 Mar 2015
Approximately two years after Citigroup reached a deal with regulators over widespread foreclosure abuses, the bank still has neglected to pay about 23,000 borrowers who were eligible for compensation.

Bloomberg reported that Citigroup is preparing to right that wrong by sending the overlooked consumers checks, which total about $20 million. The amounts range from a few hundred dollars to a s much as $125,000.

After the financial crisis, Citigroup along with a handful of Wall Street banks had agree to pay a $10 billion penance for improperly handling mortgage agreements and wrongly foreclosing homes around the country.

“We want to make sure that everyone eligible for compensation under the agreement receives what they are due,” Mark Rodgers, a Citigroup spokesman, said in an e-mailed statement.

The bank’s additional payments are slated to go out by the end of the month.
 

COMMENTS

  • by GW | 3/6/2015 10:32:27 AM

    Problem with this a lot of those people have now moved on to new addresses. How will they find them?

  • by MVC | 3/6/2015 1:03:38 PM

    I am sure they would find these folks if they wanted to collect money from them. Let them make just as much of an effort when they have to give some money back.

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