A U.S. appeals court in San Francisco ruled that California may force Quicken Loans Inc. to provide refunds to customers it allegedly overcharged on mortgage interest, media reports said Wednesday. Monday's decision by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals may cost Livonia, Mich.-based Quicken, the largest Web-based direct mortgage lender, millions of dollars, reports said. The outcome differs from a decision by another Ninth Circuit panel last August involving Wells Fargo, the No. 5 U.S. bank, media reports said. That panel ruled that weaker federal laws applied to Wells Fargo because states could not regulate operating units of nationally chartered banks, according to reports. A call to a Quicken representative was not returned by press time. Quicken Chairman Dan Gi...
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