WSJ | Lenders Near Pacts With Regulators in Foreclosure Probe

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WSJ | Lenders Near Pacts With Regulators in Foreclosure Probe

WSJ | Lenders Near Pacts With Regulators in Foreclosure Probe

More and more proof the whole Fraudclosure Settlement “leaders” are discombobulated.  Just last week, AG Tom Miller said “We have a long way to go.”

Now.. according to the Wall Street Journal

Regulators including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve and Office of Thrift Supervision could announce the agreements with the banks and thrifts as early as next week, though a date wasn’t final, according to people familiar with the matter.

The regulators are likely to act ahead of state attorneys general, who are also in talks with the banks. Those discussions are moving at a slower pace amid disputes among several state officials.

Seriously, why aren’t they all working together? Lefty doesn’t know what the right is doing.

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One Response to “WSJ | Lenders Near Pacts With Regulators in Foreclosure Probe”

  1. Elaine Williams says:

    Ummmm……that Alan Zibel the author doesn’t name names but uses the phrase “according to people familiar with the matter” referring to his source(s) makes me wonder about the validity of this article. And if it’s true – I would also like to know the names of the republican AG’s who are arguing against reducing balances for some under water borrowers. It would be interesting to see who contributed heavily to their campaigns and causes.

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