The servicer modified 24,000 mortgages during the quarter.
Management did a poor job of explaining what appear to have been minor issues.
Shares of the pre-paid debit card provider were surging after it beat estimates and upped revenue guidance for 2013.
The ultimate outcome will depend on Congress or the courts, meaning any truly big payoff will take a long while.
Payday, or 'deposit advance' loans, are a big legal liability and don't contribute greatly to profits, Moody's argues.
Big share gains for investor Peltz, though Evercore has done better.
Relatively low debt as mortgage and foreclosure services company addresses legal woes.
The lender gets an upgrade, but admits it is making riskier loans.
Former AIG boss Hank Greenberg argues the government stole his company in 2008, but the story isn't as simple as he'd like.
Wealth and asset management units show strength.