WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department has swapped the carrot for the stick for three of the largest participants in the administration's foreclosure prevention program.
After nearly a year of complaints about the program's lack of effectiveness, Treasury said Thursday it has begun to withhold incentive payments from Wells Fargo, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase until they improve their performance the Making Home Affordable Program.
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