Banks Seek Exit from Robo-Signing Enforcement Order

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Banks Seek Exit from Robo-Signing Enforcement Order

Banks Seek Exit from Robo-Signing Enforcement Order

Now, why would anyone want to exit and order restricting them from committing fraud? AND why would the OCC even think about letting them off the order!

 

American Banker-

At least two mortgage servicers say they are close to being released from an OCC enforcement order that required 14 of the nation’s largest bank servicers to fix flaws in their foreclosure reviews. But the OCC says it has set no timetable for freeing any of the banks from the 2011 order.

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