The federal group overseeing the administration of funds from the 2008 bailout shuts down mortgage scams on Bing and Yahoo. The group targeted similar ads on Google last week.
Yet unknown is whether the feds will try to hold Google accountable for accepting ads from alleged rogue mortgage companies.
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New service from the real estate site links borrowers with lenders but protects anonymity and opens quotes for all to see.
A lawsuit between LendingTree and one of its technology providers has revealed that Google is also interested in using the latter's tech to offer mortgage information.
If you want to get out from under your mortgage, this service may help. For a fee.
Online lender says former employees gave passwords to outside lenders who then access sensitive customer data.
Analysts are trimming online ad spending forecasts in light of U.S. mortgage crisis, but say search marketing will be least affected.
Internet giant says it will write down charges related to its mortgage and real estate businesses because of the housing crisis.
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