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Sep 08, 2006

Mavent releases licensing verification serviceMortgagePress.comMortgage licensing verification service, Mavent Mavent Inc. made availabile its broker and lender licensing verification service on a stand-alone basis. It was previously available only as a part of the company's state consumer credit law review. The service utilizes a proprietary database comprised of more than 450,000 licensed lenders and brokers and includes 169 license types. The three types of service offered are licensee-level monitoring, loan-level monitoring and a licensing search engine. Irvine, Calif.-based Mavent Inc. is a provider of automated compliance solutions for the mortgage industry. For more information, call (888) 628-3681 or visit www.mavent.com.
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