Former Countrywide clients to get reimbursement

AP is reporting:

Connecticut officials say the new owners of Countrywide Financial Corp. have agreed to pay the state $350,000 and reimburse customers who had to freeze their credit after a massive data breach.

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner Jerry Farrell says about 30,000 people in Connecticut were affected.

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