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Foreclosure scam settled out of court (access required)

The Attorney General’s Office today settled with Deed and Note Traders, Inc. (DNT), a Tucson-based “foreclosure assistance” company. The settlement resolves allegations that its HomeSavers program was deceptive in offering consumers who faced foreclosure a simple way to save their homes. The settlement requires the company to change its business practices and pay restitution to customers ...

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