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Am I Confused On The Numbers With Regards To The Independent Foreclosure Review?

Posted by on March 27, 2013 at 1:37 pm

A lot of the media is proclaiming that the funds, 9.3 billion, from the Independent Foreclosure Review is being divided among 4.2 million eligible families, but that is not the case. 4.2 million families were sent a card or letter about participating in The Independent Foreclosure Review, but only about 6% replied by the deadline. […]

Letter – Sen. Warren and Rep. Cummings will meet with OCC and Fed about botched “independent” foreclosure review.

Posted by on March 26, 2013 at 7:37 am

Warren to OCC, Fed: “For our 14 specific requests, your letter provided 2 partial responses & only 1 full response.” FYI: Bank consultants received $20,000 per “independent” foreclosure review, nearly 5 times as much as the average each borrow will receive. You can read and download the Scribd letter from Senator Elizabeth Warren & Representative […]

Independent Foreclosure Review – Maybe There Is “Some” Justice?

Posted by on March 23, 2013 at 9:11 am

For years the banks and the government agencies have failed my family and 4.2 million families with regards to getting justice from the abusive practices by big banks involving home loans, modifications and the foreclosure process. The only justice I ever saw was through outside agencies: On-Track out of Asheville, NC an independent family support […]

Hey JPMorgan Chase, What’s With All The Chase Bank Robberies?

Posted by on February 27, 2013 at 10:51 am

Here is a list & links to 28 CHASE BANK robberies all across the country over the last 2 months. That is about 1 bank robbery every 2-days. And these robberies are just the ones I found. I’m sure Chase branch employees are feeling safe about right now. When you rob the people, some of […]

Foreclosure Vandals Threaten Prospective Homeowners: ‘Only Going To Get Worse’

Posted by on May 4, 2012 at 9:54 am

The following article is brought to you by Harry Bradford at HuffingtonPost.Com. The painful process of foreclosure sometimes carries over to the next prospective buyers. In Anoka, Minnesota, twenty-somethings Nate Kruckeberg and his girlfriend were set to close on their first home when an unexpected act of vandalism forced them to think twice, FOX 9 […]