Your Dayton bankruptcy attorney is pleased to report that Bank of America has agreed to pay the federal government more than 10 billion dollars to resolve claims stemming from bad mortgages (risky mortgages that were incurred questionably by Bank of America and then later packaged and sold by Bank of America to Fannie Mae). Please click on the link below to an informative article in The New York Times to learn more:
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