VA watchdog report finds vets are owed refunds for incorrect fees

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VA watchdog report finds vets are owed refunds for incorrect fees For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes millions of dollars in refunds, a watchdog report revealed this week.

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(WASHINGTON) — For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes at least $189 million in refunds, a watchdog report.

VA watchdog report finds veterans are owed refunds for incorrect fees Posted on: June 7th, 2019 by ABC News No Comments Kiyoshi Tanno/iStock (WASHINGTON) – For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes at least $189 million in refunds, a watchdog report revealed this week.

RELATED: federal watchdog finds veterans owed millions on VA home loans What’s more, since officials didn’t act when they were alerted about the problem in 2014, the overcharges have continued.

(WASHINGTON) – For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes at least $189 million in refunds, a watchdog report.

The fees averaged $4,000 and some were considerably higher. One was for $19,470. More than half of the 72,900 veterans who are entitled to refunds have yet to be paid by the VA.

VA watchdog report finds veterans are owed refunds for incorrect fees June 7, 2019 The Department of Veterans Affairs issued more than $280 million in excessive fess between 2012 and 2017, and took no action despite knowing that veterans were owed refunds, the VA Inspector General report found.

For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes millions of dollars in refunds, a watchdog report revealed this week.

"OIG finds it troubling that senior VBA management was aware that thousands of veterans were potentially owed more than $150 million yet did not take adequate actions to ensure refunds were issued.

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Veterans across the county who were owed home loan refunds weren’t always getting them, according to an analysis of funding fees done by employees at the VA’s St. Paul Regional Loan Center.

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