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In addition to a $7.3 million fine issued in September for misleading borrowers, a federal judge on Thursday permanently barred a mortgage loan payment firm from telling consumers it’s affiliated with their mortgage lender or that consumers are obligated to respond to its junk mail.

SAN FRANCISCO – In addition to a $7.3 million fine issued in September for misleading borrowers, a federal judge on Thursday permanently barred a mortgage loan payment firm from telling consumers it’s affiliated with their mortgage lender or that consumers are obligated to respond to its junk mail.

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