Industry must initiate anti-fraud action

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Fraud prevention in the mortgage industry requires licensing, simplification of the lending process and fewer exotic products, according to crime fighters and industry leaders.

But “there’s a danger to doing too much at one time,” says David McLaughlin, senior assistant attorney general for the state of Georgia, which has enacted a seminal anti-fraud law.