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Secure Settlements Launches QuickCheck Upgrades

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 05, 2014

Secure Settlements Inc. (SSI) has announced the launch of an enhanced version of its popular QuickCheck closing agent vetting tool designed for warehouse banks and wholesale lenders. Version 2.1 is a fully automated tool accessible by lenders through the SSI Web site, www.securesettlements.com. The redesigned and upgraded site allows lenders who only find out about the closing agent late in the process to order a closing agent vetting report at the push of a button. Results are then delivered in one business day or less, and include risk analyst review and verification of public data for reliability and accuracy. PDF reports are made available for audit and tracking purposes as well. “Our latest version of QuickCheck was created in response to a request from some of our largest wholesale lending clients who desired an even more efficient tool to manage closing agent risk with their large volume of monthly TPO closings," said SSI President Andrew Liput. "This new version meets and even exceeds the expectations of our clients in its ease of use, quick turn-around time, and accurate and reliable reporting. We continue to research and develop new and better ways to assist lenders in meeting all of their third party risk evaluation, monitoring and reporting needs. Look for more exciting product announcements in the very near future.”
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