Ex-workers took action in a New York court this week to ensure that a $3.5 million settlement with Sprout Mortgage for unpaid wages goes through. It follows a request from the shuttered lender to halt the agreement due to an involuntary bankruptcy petition filed by three creditors.
New Wave Lending Group, JMJ Financial Group and EF Mortgage filed on July 5 an involuntary petition against Sprout under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code in a New York court, claiming the lender owes $1.3 million on mortgage purchase agreements.
One week later, Sprout’s attorneys requested to halt the agreement to pay details ⇒
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