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October 6, 2009 5:52 PM

Reverse mortgages ripe for abuse, consumer group says

Consumer advocates say a growing number of older homeowners and a new crop of eager lenders could steer the reverse mortgage industry down the same financial course that toppled the subprime mortgage market and left taxpayers footing the bill.

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