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2012

Statement of Policy #33
The Department issued Statement of Policy #33, entitled “Electronic Terminal Access,” on September 18, 2012.  SOP #33 focuses on Section 8-157.01 of the Nebraska Banking Act and Automated Teller Machine transactions, Point-of-Sale transactions, and Switches.
Forms    SOP #33

Virginia-Based Company Ordered to Stop Soliciting Nebraska Investors
Lincoln, Neb., February 14, 2012 – The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Greyton, LLC, 8972 Quioccasin Road, No. 138, Richmond, Virginia (“Greyton”), its manager, Anthony T. Hall (“Hall”), and its affiliates, officers, directors, agents, and employees. The Order prohibits the entities and individuals named from offering or selling securities to Nebraska investors.
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2011

Nebraska News
Recently a Pawnee City man was charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from his elderly uncle over an eleven-month period. A Nebraska State Patrol investigation revealed that over $600,000 of assets were liquidated by the man. The investigation found that the thief sold land, cashed CD’s, and transferred money out of accounts. The uncle had reportedly issued the man a durable power of attorney.

Durable powers of attorney are good tools. Durable powers of attorney, however, present some risk when they are issued to non-bonded, non-regulated individuals. There are entities in Nebraska that have state or federal authority to act with fiduciary powers. Those entities are found within banks or are independent trust companies, and they are regulated, examined, and bonded. Those entities are run by individuals who have made fiduciary decision making their full-time job.

Before issuing a durable power of attorney to someone to control your assets, you should consider if this is your best option. Please contact the Department (402) 471-2171 if you have a question regarding any bank or trust company using trust powers.

IA “Switch” Workshop Announcement
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Securities Bureau is conducting a series of seminars for “Switch” Investment Advisers as a result of the Dodd-Frank legislation. The seminars will provide Switch IA’s with information on relevant Nebraska law as well as a general overview of the Nebraska registration and examination processes. The seminars also present an excellent opportunity to meet and ask questions of Bureau staff. The seminars are free of charge.
December 1, 2011
IA “Switch” Workshop
Presented by the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Bureau of Securities
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Omaha State Office Building | Room 233J | 1313 Farnam Street | Omaha, NE
December 8, 2011
IA “Switch” Workshop
Presented by the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Bureau of Securities
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance
Commerce Court Building | Suite 400 | 1230 O Street | Lincoln, NE
For more information about the workshops: (402) 471-3445
Click here to visit the IA Switch Resource Center

Masquerading Web site: Helpwithmybank.com
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has issued a warning that the Web site "helpwithmybank.com," is attempting to masquerade as the legitimate Web site, "helpwithmybank.gov," and contains potentially damaging malware. The illegitimate site redirects the user to the legitimate site "helpwithmybank.gov" in an attempt to convince users that they are connecting to a legitimate site. Attempts to connect to the fake Web site could expose the user to harmful malware.

Any information that you may have concerning this matter should be brought to the attention of:
Email:  occalertresponses@occ.treas.gov
Mail:     Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
              Enforcement & Compliance Division, MS 8-10
              250 E St. SW, Washington, DC 20219
Fax:      (202) 874-5301

Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Closes Mid City Bank, Inc., Omaha
Lincoln, Neb., November 4 – The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) announced that at 6:00 p.m. today it closed Mid City Bank, Inc., Omaha, Nebraska. The bank’s four branch offices, also located in Omaha, Nebraska, were simultaneously closed. The NDBF had been closely monitoring the bank for some time and recently made a demand for a capital injection, which was not met.

The Department named the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver of the bank. The FDIC has entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with Purdum State Bank, Purdum, Nebraska, which will change its name to “Premier Bank.” The transaction includes the assumption of all customer deposits. All offices of the bank will be open for business on Saturday, November 5, under the new name, Premier Bank. Premier Bank is owned by the Greg Stine family.
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Nebraska Regulator Named Head of International Securities Organization (09-13-2011)
Lincoln, Neb., September 13, 2011 – Jack E. Herstein, Assistant Director of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance and head of the Department’s Bureau of Securities, begins his one-year tenure today as President of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). Herstein gave his inaugural address during the annual NASAA conference, being held this year in Wichita, Kansas. NASAA is celebrating 100 years of state securities regulation in the state which enacted the first laws to protect investors.
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Effective June 25, 2011, Chapters 1 and 15 of Title 48 of the Nebraska Administrative Code have been amended. Please ensure you have the most recent version of these Chapters.
Revised Chapter 1 updates the Department address.
Revised Chapter 15 provides for the filing of financial statements and sales reports by certain issuers claiming a transactional exemption from securities registration pursuant to 48 NAC 15 and Neb. Rev. Stat. § 8-1111(9). The revisions implement statutory changes enacted in 2010 and apply to issuers who make filings in five consecutive years or who sell in excess of $1 million dollars in securities.

Department of Banking Issues Warning about Oil and Gas Scams (05-02-2011)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is issuing a warning to Nebraska residents considering investing in oil, gas, or alternative energy programs.  According to Jack Herstein, Assistant Director for the Department’s Bureau of Securities, con artists frequently rely on today’s headlines in pitching their investment schemes.  With recent headlines focusing on prices at the gas pump, Herstein warned Nebraska residents to be alert to investments in traditional and alternative energy projects. Such investments are highly risky and not appropriate for smaller investors.
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UPDATED DELAYED DEPOSIT SERVICES INFORMATION
The Department has updated its Delayed Deposit Services Interpretative Opinions and its Frequently Asked Questions document. The Interpretative Opinions were effective May 1, 2011, and include new Interpretative Opinion No. 7, which relates to Collection Items and the types of documentation that Department examiners will be looking for in collection files.
Click here for the DDS Interpretative Opinions.
Click here for the DDS FAQs.

Depository Institution Mortgage Loan Originators Must Register:
The Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) is now accepting registration of mortgage loan originators (MLO) who are employees of depository institutions and certain subsidiaries. Following expiration of the 180-day initial registration period on July 29, 2011, any employee of an agency-regulated institution who is subject to the registration requirements will be prohibited from originating residential mortgage loans without first meeting these requirements.
Please refer to the NMLS Resource Center for information http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/Pages/Default.aspx. The resource center contains information about the registry, including the rules and upcoming training sessions, and provides contact information for the federal agencies concerning the SAFE Act requirements.

FDIC Announces Hotline for Small Businesses Regarding Availability of Credit (01-13-2011)
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation held a forum on small lending to explore ways in which credit can be made more accessible to the small business sector. As a result of the forum and in recognition of importance of available credit to small businesses, the FDIC announced the formation of a new dedicated, toll-free hotline for small businesses. The new hotline became operational January 13, 2011, and allows small business owners to make inquiries with FDIC officials or to register concerns about the availability of credit. The FDIC will respond to inquiries about policies and financial institutions it regulates as well as make referrals to other governmental agencies where appropriate.

The small business hotline is operational Monday thru Friday, 8am to 8pm, Eastern Standard Time. The toll-free number is 1-855-FDIC-BIZ (1-855-334-2249). To complement the new small business hotline, the FDIC also created a dedicated Web site for small businesses to utilize: www.fdic.gov/smallbusiness.
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2010

NOTICE OF RULEMAKING HEARING NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE
Notice is hereby given that the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance will hold a rulemaking hearing on December 14, 2010, commencing at 9:30 a.m., at the offices of the Department of Banking and Finance, Commerce Court, Suite 400, 1230 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508.

The purpose of the hearing is to take testimony and evidence concerning the following changes to the Rules and Regulations of the Department:
1) The proposed revision of Title 48, Chapter 1.
2) The proposed revision of Title 48, Chapter 15.
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Omaha-Based Company Ordered to Stop Soliciting Investors (10-12-2010)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Complete Development International, Inc., 16009 Oak Plaza, Omaha, NE (“Complete Development”), its president, William “Bill” Tate, and its affiliates, officers, directors, agents and employees. The Order prohibits the entities and individuals named from offering or selling securities to Nebraska investors.
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United States Citizenship Attestation Form
Required for Registrations & Licensing

Effective in Nebraska, October 1, 2009: All individual applicants seeking registration or licensing will be required to complete and submit the United States Citizenship Attestation Form to the Department.
Effective October 1, 2010, the Bureau of Securities has updated the process for citizenship verification. Please see the Memo and United States Citizenship Attestation Form below, for the updated process.
Click here for the Bureau of Securities citizenship form.
Click here for the Bureau of Securities October 1, 2010 MEMO updating its process of citizenship verification.
Click here for the mortgage licensing citizenship form.
Click here for all other licenses.

Nebraska Regulator Named Future Head of International Securities Organization (09-30-2010)
Jack E. Herstein, Assistant Director of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance and head of the Department’s Bureau of Securities, has been elected President-Elect of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). Organized in 1919, NASAA is the oldest international organization devoted to investor protection. It is a voluntary association whose membership consists of 67 state, provincial, and territorial securities administrators in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, and Mexico.
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Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Warns Borrowers about an Online Loan Company (09-24-2010)
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Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Warns Consumers About Two Online Loan Companies (09-07-2010)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is warning Nebraska residents about two Internet-based companies offering personal loans to consumers. Barstow Brokers claims to be based at 11110 Fort Street, Suite 201, Omaha, Nebraska, and 1st Liberty Financial Corporation lists its address as 2900 South 70th Street, Suite 200, Lincoln, Nebraska. The Department has verified that the companies do not have offices at the addresses listed. Both companies require potential borrowers to pay fees between $200 and $1,500 in advance of funding any loan. The Department urges consumers to exercise extreme caution when completing online loan applications which require personal information. Money is often not the only thing scammers are seeking; many are after personal information. With the application, the scammer has access to a consumer’s Social Security number, credit card numbers, and bank account information.
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Information for Customers of TierOne Bank, a Federal Savings Bank, Insolvent
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was named receiver of TierOne Bank, FSB, after it was closed by the Office of Thrift Supervision on June 4, 2010. Customers of TierOne Bank who have questions or concerns are strongly urged to review a special FDIC website for TierOne Bank: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/failed/tieronebankne.html.

Great Western Bank, 3405 South Sycamore Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57110, assumed all the deposits and purchased assets of TierOne Bank from the FDIC. Contact with Great Western Bank may be by telephone at 605-371-9708, or through its website, www.greatwesternbank.com

The Department cautions customers of TierOne Bank that customers of failed financial institutions are prime targets for attempts at identity theft. Neither the FDIC nor the purchasing bank will send emails requesting private information such as social security numbers, account numbers, or account passwords. Do not respond to, and immediately delete, any such emails.

NDBF Announces Successful Implementation of Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Requirements (08-02-2010)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is pleased to announce the successful implementation of mortgage loan originator licensing requirements as required by the federal Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (the “SAFE Act”) and by legislation enacted in 2009 and 2010 which made significant amendments to the Nebraska Residential Mortgage Licensing Act to bring Nebraska in compliance with the SAFE Act.
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DBF Joins 35 State Settlement With CitiFinancial (03-24-2010)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance today announced that it has joined a 35 State settlement agreement with CitiFinancial and its mortgage lending entities. The agreement between CitiFinancial and state mortgage regulators was executed after an examination conducted by the Massachusetts Division of Banks to determine compliance with state and federal consumer protection laws. The examination found that CitiFinancial had failed to report 91,127 residential mortgage loans to the federal government as required by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), including 472 Nebraska loans that were not reported. The mortgage loans that were omitted from CitiFinancial’s HMDA Loan Application Register were originated between 2004 through 2007. The underreporting of the mortgage loans was apparently caused by an internal systems error at CitiFinancial that went undetected until the Massachusetts examination.
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NMLS Consumer Access (01-25-2010)
The Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS)—a mortgage licensing system operated by state financial regulators, including Nebraska—provides “NMLS Consumer Access”. NMLS Consumer Access is a fully searchable website that allows the public to view information concerning state-licensed mortgage companies, branch offices, and individuals currently licensed through NMLS.
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NMLS Consumer Access

Norfolk-Based Company Ordered to Stop Soliciting Investors (01-13-2010)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Global Media Holdings, LLC, 202 West Norfolk Avenue, Norfolk, NE (“Global”), its manager, Troy Hand, and its affiliates, officers, directors, agents and employees. The Order prohibits the entities and individuals named from soliciting Nebraska investors.
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Order to Cease and Desist

2009

Omaha-Based Companies Ordered to Stop Soliciting Investors (11-17-09)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Citywide Financial Service Corp. and K&R Development LLC, 16350 Crestfield Drive, Omaha, NE and Dewayne Long, their president/manager, officers and employees. The companies solicited investors in several states.

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Internet Loan Scammer Impersonating Lincoln Business (7-13-09)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is warning of an Internet finance company calling itself Hamilton Lending Group, which lists its address as 1248 “O” Street, Lincoln, Neb. The Department has verified that the company does not have an office at the address listed.

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Department Issues Cease and Desist Order to Omaha-Based Investment Firm (7-06-09)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has issued a Cease and Desist Order and an Order to Show Cause against Envision Investment Advisors, LLC, 1065 North 115th Street, Suite 150, Omaha, Ne, and Ryan Jindra, its President and Chief Executive Officer. Envision is an investment advisory firm registered with the Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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Order to Cease and Desist
Order to Show Cause

NDBF Warns Consumers of Loan Scam (6-22-09)

The NDBF is issuing a warning of a scam targeting consumers who need to borrow money. A company calling itself Hillsboro Financial Group, which lists its address as 4060 Vinton Street, Suite 4, Omaha, NE, offers personal loans to consumers and requires up-front fees for “lender’s insurance” in advance of funding a loan. The Department has verified that the company does not have an office at the Omaha address listed.

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Department Warns of Mystery Shopping Scam (5-14-09)

The Department issues a warning of a scam targeting consumers who want to become mystery shoppers. A company calling itself Global Compliance, Inc., offers consumers an opportunity to participate in a paid customer research program known as “mystery shopping” or “secret shopping.” The Department has verified that the company does not have offices at the addresses listed.

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Department Issues Warning of Two Internet Loan Scams (2-20-09)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is issuing a warning of two scams targeting consumers who use Internet-based companies to borrow money. Companies calling themselves Bennett Financial Group and Westmont Financial Group, which list their respective addresses as 10665 Bedford Street and 8401 West Dodge Road, both in Omaha, NE, offer personal loans to consumer and require up-front “collateral payments” in advance of funding a loan. The Department has verified that the companies do not have offices at the addresses listed.

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Nebraska Banking Department Closes Sherman County Bank (02-13-09)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) announced that at 4 p.m. Feb. 13, it closed Sherman County Bank of Loup City, Nebraska. The bank’s branch offices in Farwell, Dannebrog and St. Paul, which operated under the name Howard County Bank, were also closed. The NDBF had been closely monitoring the bank and had ordered it to increase its capital reserves to a safe level. However, efforts by the bank to do so were unsuccessful. The Department named the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver of the bank. The FDIC has entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with Heritage Bank headquartered in Wood River, Nebraska, to assume all of the deposits. Heritage Bank has branch offices in Aurora, Doniphan, Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney, Neligh and Stromsburg, as well as mobile branches in Adams, Buffalo and Hall counties.

Customers who have questions regarding Sherman County Bank and their accounts can call the FDIC toll free at 1-800-823-5346. Customers can also visit the FDIC’s website at www.fdic.gov for more information.

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State Agencies Investigate Grand Island Insurance Agency (1-16-09)

On Monday, January 12, 2009, First Americans Insurance Service, Inc. of Grand Island filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. First Americans is registered with the Department of Insurance as an insurance agency. The bankruptcy filing indicates more than 200 creditors and over $100 million dollars in liabilities. Many of the creditors appear to be investors who purchased notes from First Americans.

The Nebraska Attorney General's office has authorized a criminal investigation by the Nebraska State Patrol. All of the state agencies are working closely regarding the investigation to determine possible violations of state laws.

Any investors that have questions or complaints can contact the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance at 402-471-2171 or its toll-free consumer number at 1- 877-471-3445. Any insurance customers that have questions should contact the Nebraska Department of Insurance at its toll-free consumer hotline at 1-877-564-7323.

NDBF Cease and Desist Order (PDF)
U.S. District Court Bankruptcy filing (PDF)
Nebraska Department of Insurance

2008

Department Teams Up with AARP for Free Lunch Investment Seminar Monitor Program (10-29-08)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is working with AARP in a new initiative designed to give individuals an opportunity to fight back by reporting questionable investment practices in their communities to the state securities regulator for investigation.

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Official Warn Consumers About Internet Lending Fraud (8-29-08)

The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is warning consumers about an apparent online lending fraud involving an Internet-based lender, USA Financial Center, which listed its address as 1033 O Street, Suite 600, in Lincoln, Ne. The Department has verified that the company was not licensed and does not have an office at that location.

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NDBF Reaccredited by CSBS (7-21-08)

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors(CSBS) announced that the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance has received its fourth certificate of accreditation from CSBS, certifying that the department maintains the highest standards and practices in state banking supervision. The CSBS Accreditation Program identifies banking departments that serve the citizens of their state by operating a capable and professional regulatory program.

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Department Issues Another Warning on Internet Loan Scams (5-29-08)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is issuing a warning of yet another scam targeting consumers who use Internet-based companies to borrow money. This time, a company calling itself Penbrook Financial Group, which lists its address as 6910 Pacific Street, Omaha, NE, offers personal loans to consumers and requires up-front "collateral payments" in advance of funding a loan. In this case, the company required a borrower to make four monthly payments totaling $2,460 prior to securing the loan. The Department has verified that the company does not have an office at the address listed.

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Officials Issue Warning About Internet Lending Scams (2-25-08)
Recent complaints to the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance against Internet-based lending companies have prompted the Department to issue a warning to consumers about Internet lending scams. The Department is receiving a growing number of complaints on Internet-based cash advance companies, known as delayed deposit services in Nebraska and elsewhere as payday lenders, and Internet-based consumer loan companies.

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Munn to Join Federal Banking Council (2-22-08)
John Munn, Director of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance,has been elected chair of the State Liaison Committee of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) and will serve as a voting member of the Council. The Council was established by Congress in 1979 to create a formal interagency body empowered to prescribe uniform principles, standards, and report forms for the federal examination of financial institutions.

2007

Kearney-Based Company Ordered to Stop Soliciting Investors (11/14/07)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance, in carrying out its regulatory authority under the Securities Act of Nebraska, has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Country Depot, Inc., 3810 Avenue A. Suite G, Kearney, Neb., and to Dennis Pace, its President, its officers and employees. Country Depot sells shares of stock and solicits investors for proposed retail stores specializing in tractor and farming supplies. The company allegedly planned to operate multiple stores, with the first store to be located in Kearney. The company solicited potential investors in Nebraska and other states.

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Read the Administrative Order

NDBF Joins Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System(9/18/07)
NDBF today announced that starting on January 2, 2008, the Department will join several states across the country in participating in the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) developed by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and the American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators. The goal of the NMLS is to streamline and improve the licensing of mortgage lenders, brokers and servicers that hold licenses in multiple states.

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Bruning, Munn File Action Against Alleged Predatory Lender (9/14/07)
Attorney General Jon Bruning and John Munn, Director of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF), announced that the State is suing Omaha-based Advantage Mortgage Service, Inc., a mortgage brokerage firm, and its principal owners and operators for predatory lending practices. The NDBF is also instituting license revocation proceedings.

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Read the Administrative Order
Read the Court Filed Complaint

Cease & Desist Order Issued to Nebraska Internet Payday Lender (8/29/07)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) has issued an Order to Cease and Desist against SFS, Inc., doing business as One Click Cash, located at 52946 Highway 12, Suite 3, Niobrara, Nebraska, from operating as an Internet delayed deposit services business. According to Department records, One Click Cash does not have a license to operate a delayed deposit services business in the state. Delayed deposit services businesses are commonly referred to payday lenders.
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Consumer Advisory on Foreclosure Rescue Services (8/22/07)
Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Director John Munn issued a consumer advisory today urging Nebraskans facing the possibility of foreclosure on a home mortgage to be cautious when working with foreclosure rescue consultants and companies. Recent inquiries to the Department regarding foreclosure have prompted Department officials to warn Nebraskans of the potential risks associated with foreclosure rescue services.
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Consumer Alert On Mortgage Payment Increases (7/10/07)
Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Director John Munn today issued this consumer alert urging homeowners with adjustable rate mortgages especially those with nontraditional mortgages to plan now for any scheduled recasts or resets of interest rates in the year ahead. Non traditional mortgage loans and many subprime loans frequently feature a recast (or reset) with a significant payment increase.
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Lincoln Company Ordered to Cease Offering Securities Without Full Disclosure of the Background of the Company’s Principals (6/20/07)
The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) issued an Order to Cease and Desist on May 22,2007, against Northern Utilities, LLC, 2840 South 70th Street, #360, Suite 7, Lincoln, and two managing members, David R. Anderson and Trent P. Anderson. The Order states that Northern Utilities is offering $48,000,000 in membership interests to finance the development of an ethanol plant in Bradshaw, Nebraska.
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Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Adopts Regulatory Guidance on Nontraditional Mortgage Products (1/30/07)
John Munn, Director of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance (NDBF) recently announced the adoption of a set of regulatory guidelines covering the marketing of nontraditional mortgages by state-licensed entities. These guidelines promote consistent regulation in the mortgage market and clarify how residential mortgage providers can offer nontraditional mortgage products in a way that clearly discloses the risks borrowers may assume.
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Note:Click here for a copy of the guidelines.




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