WASHINGTON, June 7 (Reuters) - The Federal Trade Commission said on Monday
* that two Countrywide's mortgage servicing companies will pay $108 million to settle charges that it misled, overcharged consumers
* Countrywide's loan servicers charged inflated fees that could add up to thousands of dollars per consumer
* the $108 million is one of the largest judgments in an FTC case
* Countrywide has been acquired by Bank of America
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