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Navajo Nation sues Wells Fargo over ‘predatory’ sales practices

CNN- The Navajo Nation has sued Wells Fargo, claiming the bank targeted tribal members with “predatory sales tactics.” In a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday, the tribe alleged that Wells Fargo — the only national bank that services its territory — preyed on people by opening unauthorized bank accounts and debit cards, and by pressuring people, […]

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Treasury alleges states misspent funds intended to help homeowners fight foreclosure

Bangor Daily News- The Treasury Department is investigating the expenditures of housing agencies in 18 states and the District of Columbia that used federal funds aimed at bailing out homeowners in danger of losing their properties to foreclosure, alleging that some misspent the money and will have to repay it. So far, the Treasury’s Office […]

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Eupora widow files lawsuit against Wells Fargo over home foreclosure

Clarion Ledger- A Eupora widow has filed for a temporary restraining order and injunction against Wells Fargo Bank accusing the banking giant of initiating a foreclosure sale of her home prior to telling her. Sandra Cummings and her attorney say a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage official in correspondence dated Oct. 13, but not received via […]

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Are We Headed For Another Foreclosure Crisis?

Forbes- Almost everyone agrees that the Great Recession was triggered largely by the U.S. housing bubble bursting in 2007. For years beforehand, lenders had been giving out riskier and riskier mortgages, including waiving or lowering down payment requirements. Ten years later, low- or no-down-payment mortgages may be making a comeback. Several private banks are now […]

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ANFRIANY v. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY | FL 4DCA – Anfriany raises substantive issues regarding the application of judicial estoppel to bar his entitlement to fees and costs, and a procedural issue. Because the trial court applied the wrong standard in dismissing the entitlement based on judicial estoppel, we reverse and remand for further proceedings

  WALTOGUY ANFRIANY and MIRELLE ANFRIANY, Appellants, v. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee, In Trust for the Registered Holders of Argent Securities, Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2005-W4, Appellee. No. 4D16-4182.District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fourth District.December 6, 2017.Petition for writ of certiorari being treated as a final appeal from the Circuit […]

Source: Stopforeclosurefraud – ANFRIANY v. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY | FL 4DCA – Anfriany raises substantive issues regarding the application of judicial estoppel to bar his entitlement to fees and costs, and a procedural issue. Because the trial court applied the wrong standard in dismissing the entitlement based on judicial estoppel, we reverse and remand for further proceedings

CORRUPTION | Consumer bureau reconsidering fine against Wells Fargo for mortgage fees: report

THE HILL- The acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is reportedly mulling whether to go ahead with a multimillion-dollar penalty for alleged mortgage fraud by Wells Fargo. Reuters reported that the CFPB and Wells Fargo had been hashing out a settlement over the bank charging potentially more than 100,000 mortgage borrowers unnecessary fees to […]

Source: Stopforeclosurefraud – CORRUPTION | Consumer bureau reconsidering fine against Wells Fargo for mortgage fees: report

Green v. GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC | FL 5DCA – the merger may not have established BAC’s standing even with the necessary evidence at trial. The merger involved BAC and CHL Servicing, LP, while the original note listed CHL, Inc., as the original lender. Neither Green Tree nor its witness explained the relationship between these two distinct entities

  CHARLES GREEN, Appellant, v. GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA), N.A. F/K/A CAPITAL ONE BANK, CACV OF COLORADO, LLC, Appellees. Case No. 5D15-4413.District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fifth District.Opinion filed December 1, 2017.Appeal from the Circuit Court for Brevard County, Lisa Davidson, Judge. Beau Bowin, of Bowin […]

Source: Stopforeclosurefraud – Green v. GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC | FL 5DCA – the merger may not have established BAC’s standing even with the necessary evidence at trial. The merger involved BAC and CHL Servicing, LP, while the original note listed CHL, Inc., as the original lender. Neither Green Tree nor its witness explained the relationship between these two distinct entities

TFH 12/10 | Foreclosure Workshop #52: HSBC Bank USA v. Yamashita — Why Foreclosing Securitized Trust Plaintiffs Cannot Prove Entitlement To Foreclose

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End of an era: Foreclosure giant RCO Legal to close its doors for good

Oregon Live- RCO Legal, once one of the largest foreclosure law firms in the Northwest, is shutting down permanently in December, a victim of the strong economy and housing market. Joshua Schaer, an RCO lawyer, informed a federal judge of the pending shutdown in a Dec. 4 court filing. “RCO Legal is closing all offices […]

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HSBC Bank USA v. Yamashita | ICA Hawaii – HSBC Failed to Demonstrate it Was in Possession of the Note and Allonge at the Time This Action Was Commenced, Motion for Default & SJ Vacated

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Source: Stopforeclosurefraud – HSBC Bank USA v. Yamashita | ICA Hawaii – HSBC Failed to Demonstrate it Was in Possession of the Note and Allonge at the Time This Action Was Commenced, Motion for Default & SJ Vacated