Federal regulators are rejecting incomplete applications for thrift charters that nonbanking companies rushed to file before Dec. 31.

The Office of Thrift Supervision has branded at least three of the 11 applications filed in December as "materially deficient" and has classified them as "withdrawn." However, the companies involved insist they have not withdrawn their applications and still want to charter thrifts.

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