The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is apparently hiring undercover investigators to research and document violators of its regulations, and offering a compensation package that includes a six-figure salary and benefits.

An ad posted on the Treasury Department's job section announces a few Washington-based positions that require specific federal service experience at the GN-52 level, which is roughly equivalent to a GS-12 grade. That job closed July 31.

In addition to investigating suspected CFPB violators, the new employees are also charged with providing documentation for court cases, rounding up witnesses, serving summons and testifying against alleged violators in court.  

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