Supporting, Informing & Connecting People in Foreclosure
Well I have been fighting bank of America and how they confuse and are at best liars or deceptive in how they do there loan modifications. They send me a modification package and give me so many days to send them the info requested, and at the same time or close to it they contact the attorney that is doing the foreclosurer and have them start the process. Wow what a way to conduct business. Any thoughts on this, I am in New Hampshire and while I filed a complaint in the State Court, the banks atorney had it moved to the Federal system and that is where I am as of the moment. The court seems to be siding with the bank, and I have until March 1st to respond to the most recent court's ruling. Go to the federal system and see Steven J. Beaudette vs Bank of America.If any one out there has any sugestions, please let me know. I am not an attorney and can't afford one.
have you been served? i have alwyer in florida. all that was done to you was to us in florida with wells fargo bank. we are all being scammed. we need to fight back. if you were served check your note, your assignments for any irregularities. signature different then on your mortgage documeents, stamped endorsement in blank. also google the signiture of who signed your doc. next have they been your servicer ? if they are there must be an assignment back to them to foreclose. in modification did they lose your paper work? see livinglies/the black hole. check out your mortgage application and appraisal. comps are usually a scam and the mortgage application may have been forged. wells put us in a stated income loan without our knowledge. i have been a nurse for 25 years go figure. if i could not afford my house due to underwriting i would have liked to have known and bought a cheaper home. i am not an attorney so i cant give legal advice. if you were served most lawyers asnwer with a motion to dissmiss due to no assignment, forged note, servicer does not own note. goo luck