NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Lisa Myers' report last week showing that JP Morgan & Chase Co. overcharged thousands of servicemen and their families has triggered investigations by a congressional committee and a federal prosecutor.
As first reported on Jan. 17 by NBC News, the bank admits mistakenly overcharging 4,000 military families for their mortgages, and improperly foreclosing on 14 of them. The actions—which the bank says it deeply regrets--appear to be violations of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a law designed to protect military families from added financial stress while troops are in harms way.
Click here to read the follow-up report on the investigations.
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