Tag : Mortgage Fraud

Q is for Qualified Witness

Bankruptcy Alphabet

Since the mortgage crisis of 2008, we’ve heard a lot about the mysterious and elusive “robo-signors,” who crop up like cockroaches.  Just when you think you’ve killed one off, another name shows up.  They have been working in the back rooms of national law firms and loan processing companies like Lender Processing Services, and one […]

Are You Being Overcharged On Your Mortgage?

Bankruptcy Law Overview, Chapter 13, Foreclosure, Modifications

Recently, Katie Porter, over at Credit Slips, reported that Bank of America (BOA) reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission regarding certain mortgage overcharges, including overcharges in bankruptcy once serviced by Countrywide. Henry Sommer joined the conversation, asking if the Bank of America Settlement is a sign of true progress. After reading the consent judgment […]

Creditor Fraud On The Court Through Fake Documents

Chapter 7

On May 16, 2010 Max Gardner published a blog article entitled, Fake Documents and Fraud on the Court.  We are in the midst of a national foreclosure crisis and debtor’s counsel throughout the nation are finding themselves defending their clients, not just against losing their home, but losing their home because their lender manufactured fake […]

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