bank's FotoPage

By: bank fraud

[Recommend this Fotopage] | [Share this Fotopage]
[Archive]
Sunday, 4-Dec-2011 16:53 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Fight Back to Take a Bite Out of Predatory Lenders

Mortgage fraud is a problem that is affecting millions of American homeowners. We are still having a hard time determining the extent of the mortgage fraud problem, since it seems like every day we are hearing something new about how predatory lenders such as Wells Fargo, GMAC, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and US Bank have been committing mortgage fraud at a widespread institutional level. Because of their actions, we have seen the amount of wrongful foreclosures as a result of mortgage fraud skyrocket to the point where 23 states that require judicial review on all foreclosures have had to suspend foreclosure proceedings because so many of them were proceeding because of mortgage fraud.

Predatory lenders engaging in mortgage fraud would have you believe that it is the homeowner’s fault. That the errors and sloppy paperwork are simply due to homeowners being deadbeats, and not because they were engaging in widespread criminal activity, such as knowingly approving loans they knew people would not be able to keep up on payments for and employing robo-signers to forge documents and impersonate loan officers and not review any of the foreclosure documents they were legally obliged to examine.

What we are seeing take place is a blatant example of a predatory preying on the homeowner. Predatory lenders have behaved like hungry jackals, treating their customers like a piece of meat. They caused this situation, only to turn around and tell homeowners who are trying to stop foreclosure of their home that they can only talk to their lender if they need help. Sadly, in many cases the homeowner doesn’t realize until it is far to late that their lender has no interest in helping them avoid foreclosure on their home and that all this time they have just been the victim of an elaborate mortgage fraud scam.

If you are facing foreclosure, and suspect that you could be the victim of Bank of America, GMAC, JP Morgan Chase or another predator preying on you, then please give serious consideration to having a securitization audit performed on your home loan immediately! Securitization audits are one of the best ways to fight back against predatory lenders so you can stop the illegal foreclosure of your home.

A securitization audit will examine your mortgage documents and determine if your loan has been securitized, and if the predatory lender attempting to foreclose on your home actually has a legal right to do so. If you are suing your lender for wrongful foreclosure or mortgage fraud, a securitization audit can be a very important piece of evidence in your case.

Tila Solutions specializes in detailed securitization audits for homeowners in need. A Tila Solutions Consultant is available for people by telephone at (702) 508-0335. Or you can visit the Tila Solutions website at stop foreclosure. They will help. They are not funded by the governments or the lenders. They are on the homeowners’ side.


[Archive]

© Pidgin Technologies Ltd. 2016

ns4008464.ip-198-27-69.net