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United Shore to pay $1.4 million for allegedly overcharging California borrowers

United Shore Financial Services, the parent company of United Wholesale Mortgage, will pay $1.4 million as part of a settlement with the California Department of Business Oversight, which accused the lender of overcharging “thousands” of borrowers for interest on their mortgages. But the company’s CEO says that the fine is for a long-fixed problem and that the company didn’t benefit at all from the alleged overcharging.
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