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Florida couple beats Wells Fargo in foreclosure case

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The couple, facing foreclosure, was going through a loan modification when the bank advised them to make a lump sum payment of nearly $7,000 to bring their loan out of default. After the couple made the payment, the bank moved to foreclose on the home a month later, prompting the couple to defend the foreclosure with an attorney, according to a news release.

The end game? The couple gets to keep their home, and continue to pay their original mortgage.

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