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Wells Fargo, veterans settle lawsuit over mortgage loans

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There was good news Wednesday for Veterans across America who may have been overcharged on VA home loans. Wells Fargo settled a class-action lawsuit that could put as much as $10 million dollars in the pockets of military veterans. The settlement follows a FOX 5 I-Team investigation more than a year ago of allegations that various banks overcharged veterans on their VA home loans.

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