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Interthinx releases FHA/zombie horror short film spoof
Oct 28, 2009

Just in time for Halloween, Interthinx, a provider of risk mitigation and regulatory compliance tools for the mortgage industry, has released a short film centering on mortgage fraud and the Federal Housing Adminstration (FHA) based on the black and white 1968 horror classic from George A. Romero, Night of the Living Dead. The aim of the five-plus min. "Revenge of the FHA Zombies" is to heighten the awareness of mortgage fraud and highlight the red flags to look for should you suspect a fraudulent file. Click here to view "Revenge of the FHA Zombies." For more information, visit
Oct 28, 2009
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