Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk


Mr. Cooper, originally known as Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., has been in business since 1994. The company primarily operates in the mortgage servicing and origination industry. They offer various retail products such as mortgage refinancing, home purchase loans, and home equity loans. Additionally, Mr. Cooper provides homeowners with tools for managing their mortgage and understanding their home financing options.
  • INTERNET BANKING: The transaction was conducted via online banking.
  • BILLPAY: Indicates that the transaction was for a bill payment.
  • DEBIT: The transaction is a debit, meaning it subtracts from the account balance.
  • NATIONSTAR, DBA MR COOPER: The recipient of the payment is Nationstar Mortgage LLC, doing business as Mr. Cooper.
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