Ginnie Mae has warned seven of its MBS issuers during the first nine months of 2011 that they are in violation of agency's rules, according to an audit by the General Accountability Office (GAO). The identities of the seven were not revealed.

The secondary market agency generally issued "notices of intent to default" and gave each issuer up to 30 days to take corrective action.

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