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New service, FES Reporter, is a service that builds and distributes audit reports, as well as certificates of completion
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah /eNewsChannels/ -- International Document Services (IDS), a mortgage document preparation vendor, has added fulfillment audit services to its e-signature platform to meet Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit requirements for all electronically signed 4506-T forms. The IRS began accepting electronic signatures on the form on Jan. 7.
Mortgage Risk Management Solutions Including Audit Preparation, Servicing QC, GSE, HUD and CFPB Compliance offered by The Compliance Group
SAN MARCOS, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- Leading mortgage compliance services provider, The Compliance Group, Inc. (TCG), is offering mortgage servicers its expert compliance and risk services, including regulatory audit preparation, Servicing QC, enterprise risk management (ERM) QC and servicing risk management.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah /eNewsChannels/ -- International Document Services (IDS), a mortgage document preparation vendor, has compiled the results of its 2011 annual client survey to determine lender experiences and expectations regarding initial disclosure documents, an element of mortgage origination targeted by new regulations in recent and coming years.
CARSON, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- DocMagic, Inc., the mortgage industry's leading provider of loan document and automated compliance technologies, announced an industry break-through by making its eSign platform available to any user at no cost. DocMagic's eSign solution gives users the ability to capture electronic signatures for any document saved in a PDF file format.
IDS Pres. Curt Doman Advises Lenders to Adopt Model Privacy Form Prior to Year's End to Retain Safe Harbor under Gramm-Leach-Bliley
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah /eNewsChannels/ -- Curt Doman, president of International Document Services, Inc. (IDS), a mortgage document preparation vendor, says lenders who have not adopted the Model Privacy Form are exposing themselves to unnecessary risk. Lenders are not required to adopt the Model Form and may, in fact, develop their own form to use.