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Archive for category Foreclosure Defense

Home Foreclosures May Signal New Round of Whistleblower Claims

An Ohio legal advocacy group has filed a novel whistleblower claim against U.S. Bank. The group Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE) says U.S. Bank failed to make proper mitigation attempts with struggling homeowners before resorting to foreclosure. Anyone who has tried to modify their home mortgage through the HAMP program is probably keenly aware [...]

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Bank of America Postscript

We get emails from blog readers. With thousands of visits per year, we are humbled by how far and wide our blog reaches. Often we hear how a particular post was circulated within a company. Thankfully, we are blessed with both great clients and a great audience of active readers. Most of the mail about [...]

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Ocwen – Turn Yourself In And Beg For Mercy

Do you want to know how a company is doing? Ask it’s employees. Sure, there will always be a few disgruntled workers but overall, most companies get fair to excellent reviews from their workers. And then there is Ocwen. The nation’s largest non-bank mortgage servicer apparently has deep problems according to employee rating site glassdoor.com. [...]

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Christmas Wishes and the Look Ahead

Christmas in Manhattan! After a busy week meeting with whistleblowers, prosecutors and other lawyers, today is a day to relax and reflect and New York City is the perfect place. Although the battle against fraud never stops, as individuals we all should pause to reflect on the blessings of the past year and think about [...]

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Ocwen In Trouble… Again

Ocwen Financial Corp, the largest non-bank mortgage servicer in the United States, is once again in trouble. The company’s legal woes seem to deepen so fast that even journalists have problems keeping up. Yesterday, Joseph Smith, the monitor appointed in the wake of a 2012 national settlement with federal and state officials, claimed that the [...]

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Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Those were spoken by Dr. Martin Luther King and are the theme for today’s Thankgiving message. We try to blog everyday. Holidays are no exception. A few minutes ago I was poised to write a story on a new Ponzi scheme in Florida. Unfortunately, by tomorrow several [...]

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Ocwen – SS Carrying Out Financial Holocaust* for Banks?

Ocwen, one of the largest loan servicers in the United States, is getting plenty of big ink this week. One former mortgage company executive wrote, “Think of Ocwen as the SS Prison Guards carrying out the financial holocaust* for the large banks.” The New York Post wrote, “The latest news about Ocwen is so damning [...]

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Barclays Capital Sanctioned $15 Million (Stockbroker Fraud Post)

Barclays Capital Inc was for many years a stock brokerage firm. After the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008, Barclays decided to enter the investment advisory business by purchasing Lehman’s advisory unit. Virtually overnight, Barclays found itself running an entirely new line of business. Unfortunately, the company wasn’t ready and immediately suffered many large compliance [...]

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Help For Underwater Homeowners – HARP

[Ed. Note: This is a guest post from Joshua Bucio, a Senior Mortgage Advisor at Waterstone Bank. He asked us to post this and we are happy to do so.] Some homeowners are still affected by the results of the real estate market decline that started in 2006.  The value of homes declined, because of [...]

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Banks Failed To Honor Mortgage Settlement Deal – Foreclosure Fraud Post

There is an agency most people have never heard of, the Office of Mortgage Settlement Oversight. Created as part of the national foreclosure fraud settlement between 49 state attorneys general, the Justice Department and 5 major lenders; the agency was created to insure compliance with the settlement. Ask most people threatened by foreclosure from Ally [...]

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