The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday sued mortgage giant PHH Corp. and its affiliates for allegedly collecting “hundreds of millions of dollars” in illegal mortgage insurance kickbacks starting as early as 1995.

In an administrative suit, the agency alleged that consumers ended up paying inflated mortgage insurance premiums because of the scheme. It seeks a civil fine, a permanent injunction and victim restitution.

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