Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



Enforcement Action

Attorney General Horne Announces $2.1 Billion Settlement With Mortgage Company

Settlement Provides Direct Relief to Homeowners, and Stops Future Servicing Abuse

Phoenix, AZ (Thursday, December 19, 2013) – Attorney General Tom Horne is today announcing a settlement reached with Ocwen Financial Corporation of Atlanta, Georgia, and its subsidiary, Ocwen Loan Servicing. The company has agreed to a $2.1 billion dollar joint state-federal Settlement with Arizona, 48 additional states and the District of Columbia, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

Attorney General Tom Horne Announces Judgment In Latest Undercover Auto Repair "Sting"

Fletcher’s Tire and Auto Service in Gilbert Found to Have Cheated Undercover “Customer”

Phoenix, AZ (Wednesday, November 27, 2013) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that another auto repair “sting” has resulted in a $28,000.00 Consent Judgment against Fletcher’s Tire and Auto Service, Inc., an Arizona corporation that owns and operates multiple auto repair locations in Arizona. The Fletcher’s Gilbert location was the subject of the investigation as a result of consumer complaints.

Attorney General Tom Horne Obtains $470,000 Judgment In Consumer Fraud Case

Company Engaging in Deceptive Loan Modification Services Barred from Business  

Phoenix, AZ (Wednesday, November 6, 2013) --Attorney General Tom Horne is announcing the settlement of a consumer fraud case against Stan Nii-Addo Allotey, Jr., owner of Mortgage Relief Group, d.b.a. Mortgage Assistance Group, for engaging in deceptive loan modification services. Mr. Allotey and his company are now barred from conducting any foreclosure consulting business and engaging in telephone solicitation sales.

AG Horne Announces $30 Million Judgment Against National Marketer

Phoenix, AZ (Thursday, October 10, 2013)  --  Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, along with 46 states and the District of Columbia, announced today that Connecticut-based Affinion, and its subsidiaries Trilegiant and Webloyalty, will pay over $30 million to settle allegations that they misled consumers into signing up and paying for discount clubs and membership. 

Statement from Attorney General Tom Horne Regarding Texas AG Settlement with U.S. Airways and American Airlines Merger: “Arizona Does Not Intend to Settle.”

Phoenix, AZ  (Tuesday, October 1, 2013) --  “We remain convinced that the airline merger between U.S. Airways and American Airlines is harmful to competition, and to Arizonans. This merger would inevitably result in higher fares and lesser service as more routes would be monopolized by just one carrier.


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