Fort Financial Services to close $10M homebridge unit

Fort Financial will close its homebridge business.

The company’s announcement came just days after a report from the SEC that indicated the company’s mortgage and loan products had not been properly designed to support the financial institution’s mortgage obligations.

The report indicated that Fort Financial did not have sufficient quality controls in place to prevent fraudulent transactions from taking place.

Fort Financial announced the closures this afternoon, saying it was closing its home bridge business because it needed to focus on the future.

“Fort Financial was committed to providing the best service and support for our customers and customers trust us to keep them safe and secure,” Fort Financial CEO Paul Wirtz said in a statement.

“As part of its commitment to providing our customers with the highest level of customer service, Fort Financial has suspended all home bridge services until the investigation is complete.” “

The company will continue to operate the Fort Financial Homebridge Service, which provides customers with a free phone and home bridge call and home bank account transfer. “

As part of its commitment to providing our customers with the highest level of customer service, Fort Financial has suspended all home bridge services until the investigation is complete.”

The company will continue to operate the Fort Financial Homebridge Service, which provides customers with a free phone and home bridge call and home bank account transfer.

“This decision is not an admission of guilt, but rather a reflection of Fort Financial’s commitment to our customers,” Fort Chief Financial Officer Mike O’Leary said in the statement. 

Fort Financial also will continue with its mortgage lending.

The home bank and mortgage service will continue. 

The company said it would focus on its mortgage servicing businesses and the rest of its business. 

 “The company remains committed to delivering the highest quality service to our Fort customers and our employees, and we look forward to serving them in the future,” O’Leary said.