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FDIC shuts down Little Falls-based bank

Regulators closed Home Savings of America in Minnesota, including two branches in California. Customers will receive checks in the mail for the amount of their insured deposits. The FDIC could not find another financial institution to take it over. Loan customers are suppose to continue making their payments as usual.
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Regulators closed Home Savings of America in Minnesota, including two branches in California. Customers will receive checks in the mail for the amount of their insured deposits. The FDIC could not find another financial institution to take it over. Loan customers are suppose to continue making their payments as usual.

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