A report Monday from the independent monitor overseeing Bank of America’s compliance with the consumer relief portion of its $16.65 billion Justice Department settlement shows the lender has been conditionally approved for $3.3 billion of $7 billion in required relief.
A report Monday from the independent monitor overseeing Bank of America’s compliance with the consumer relief portion of its $16.65 billion Justice Department settlement shows the lender has been conditionally approved for $3.3 billion of $7 billion in required relief. Matt Rourke AP
A report Monday from the independent monitor overseeing Bank of America’s compliance with the consumer relief portion of its $16.65 billion Justice Department settlement shows the lender has been conditionally approved for $3.3 billion of $7 billion in required relief. Matt Rourke AP
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