In an attempt to show it went all out to help struggling homeowners, the embattled mortgage servicer Ocwen Financial provided an unusual level of detail about foreclosures that regulators have deemed "inappropriate."

A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau lawsuit filed last month accuses Ocwen of widespread servicing errors that cost borrowers their homes. CEO Ron Faris fired back during Ocwen's first-quarter earnings call Wednesday, outlining three foreclosure sales he said were deemed "inappropriate" by regulators, but were actually difficult cases that the servicer maintains it handled adequately.

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