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A Wells Fargo branch in Richmond, Va. A former Wells Fargo fraud analyst said she was forced out of her job by bosses she said were upset because she found fraud in their lending.

Sixty-three former employees at 20 financial institutions say they were fired or demoted for reporting fraud or refusing to commit fraud. Their stories were disclosed in whistleblower claims with the U.S. Department of Labor, court documents or interviews with iWatch News. Read more»

Arizona is in line to receive $1.7 million of nearly $8 million the federal government is allocating to fight mortgage fraud nationwide, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said last week. Read more»