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Befuddled by foreclosures?
Foreclosures have become a complicated mess for homeowners nationwide. Can you cut through the confusion? Take the CNNMoney foreclosure quiz.
By Jessica Dickler
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1. What are "robo-signers?"
A) Computers that auto-approve loans.
B) Bank employees who sign loan documents without first reviewing their content.
C) Powerful cyborgs that pressure bank employees to sign off on financial documents that are known to be inaccurate.
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We'd like to return these bad loans, please
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