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Wells Fargo will pay $50 million to settle allegations it overcharged homeowners for appraisals

by www.latimes.com

Wells Fargo & Co. reached a $50-million settlement this week with homeowners who alleged that the bank marked up home appraisal fees for borrowers who defaulted on their residential loans.

Under the terms of the settlement, which is still subject to a judge’s approval, San Francisco-based Wells...


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