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Free foreclosure review period almost up in Florida

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Florida residents who believe they suffered from shoddy foreclosure practices have through Monday to apply for a free case review that could net them up to $125,000 if wrongdoing is found, reports Kimberly Miller with the Palm Beach Post.

The program, which is overseen by the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, began in November 2011 with an estimated 4 million eligibility letters mailed nationwide, Miller added.

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