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Wells Fargo accidentally foreclosed on more homes—what you should do

Source: Kari Paul, MarketWatch

625 qualified customers were denied a loan modification, causing at least 400 to lose their homes. A spokesman for Wells Fargo said the people whose homes were lost after being denied a modification may have been foreclosed on regardless.

People who are facing foreclosure should seek help from a qualified intermediary, Gordon said. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers a list of housing counseling programs and legal help by state on its website and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau also has a service that allows people to look up services by zip code.

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