Federal regulators fined mortgage servicer Green Tree Servicing $63 million in penalties and restitution on Tuesday, alleging that it mistreated borrowers at risk of foreclosure and failed to honor modifications of loans transferred from other servicers.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Federal Trade Commission claimed Green Tree "demanded payments before providing loss mitigation options," and "harassed and threatened overdue borrowers," among other things.

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