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e-mortgage receives official authoisation from FSA

This supersedes the firm&#39s minded to approve letter which it received on July 10 2004.

Maurice Edgington, managing director of e-mortgage-uk, says: “We have found the FSA extremely helpful and positive throughout the application process.”

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