Mego Mortgage Corp., a high-loan-to-value mortgage lender, was battling this week to quell rumors that it may be forced to sell.

The rumors spread after the Atlanta company announced this month that it would have to take a $16 million charge, fueling doubts that it had enough capital to survive. The charge was to pay for faster than expected prepayments.

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