Wells Fargo has agreed to “good faith class settlement negotiations” to resolve a lawsuit that alleges the bank was making “stealth” mortgage modifications that could vastly increase homeowners’ borrowing costs, according to a filing Monday in federal bankruptcy court in Charlotte.
Wells Fargo has agreed to “good faith class settlement negotiations” to resolve a lawsuit that alleges the bank was making “stealth” mortgage modifications that could vastly increase homeowners’ borrowing costs, according to a filing Monday in federal bankruptcy court in Charlotte. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com
Wells Fargo has agreed to “good faith class settlement negotiations” to resolve a lawsuit that alleges the bank was making “stealth” mortgage modifications that could vastly increase homeowners’ borrowing costs, according to a filing Monday in federal bankruptcy court in Charlotte. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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