This is a latimes.com article.
A former Wells Fargo & Co. mortgage banker in Beverly Hills has agreed to a one-year ban from the mortgage business and to pay an $85,000 fine to settle allegations that he orchestrated a scheme that resulted in some customers paying inflated fees.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday announced it had reached the settlement with David Eghbali, a former top mortgage producer for Wells Fargo, who did not admit wrongdoing.
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