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NAMB urges House Financial Services Committee to hold the line on all-originator standards

National Mortgage Professional
Nov 25, 2007

First Line Data enhances Counter-Fraud Review reportsMortgagePress.comMortgage mail drop fraud First Line Data Inc. has announced enhancements to its Counter-Fraud Review reports, which mortgage lenders use for the initial approval and recertification of Mortgage Brokers, correspondents, warehouse lines, appraisers, builders and closing agents. These enhancements include CMRA Checkpoint, which verifies that an address provided is not a mail-drop location, and HUD NeighborhoodWatch, which verifies that a company is listed with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as a lender and, if so, reports the number of total originations, defaults and claims on the company's record, as well as if the company is on Credit Watch status. Boulder, Colo.-based First Line Data Inc. is a provider of Web-based business point-of-approval and recertification reports. For more information, call (800) 400-6906 or visit www.firstlinedata.com.
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