Police, Movers Refuse to Evict 103-Year-Old Woman from Foreclosed Home of 53 Years

ATLANTA, Ga. — A 103-year-old woman and her 83-year-old daughter were just moments from being evicted from their home Tuesday, when sheriff’s deputies and the moving company hired by the bank decided not to go through with the action. ~ 4closureFraud.org Tweet

December 6th 2011 | Occupy’s Next Frontier: Foreclosed Homes

Occupy’s next frontier: Foreclosed homes A campaign to defend families from evictions and protest foreclosure fraud launches next week Occupy Wall Street is promising a “big day of action” Dec. 6 that will focus on the foreclosure crisis and protest “fraudulent lending practices,” “corrupt securitization,” and illegal evictions by banks. The day will mark the … Read more

Elijah Cummings | Oversight Committee Democrats Urge FHFA Director to Produce Documents on Principal Reduction

Oversight Committee Democrats Urge FHFA Director to Produce Documents on Principal Reduction Washington, DC (Nov. 30, 2011) – Today, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and all Democratic Members of the Committee sent a letter to Edward DeMarco, the Acting Director of the Federal Housing Finance … Read more

Adam Levitin | HARP’s Dirty Little Secret: Most HARP Refis are of Positive Equity Mortgages

HARP’s Dirty Little Secret: Most HARP Refis are of Positive Equity Mortgages So the Administration has announced that it is expanding the HARP refinancing program to help underwater borrowers. Originally, HARP enabled borrowers with up to 125% loan-to-value (LTV) ratios to refinance (105% for adjustable rate loans). The revised program removes the LTV cap for … Read more

New York Fed Brownshirt Jason Barker Urges Police to Crack Skulls of #OWS

Watts posed by his famous photo ~ New York Fed Brownshirt Jason Barker Urges Police to Crack Skulls of #OWS I’ve deliberately waited a bit before examining the remark of one Jason Barker, an employee of the New York Fed, on a New York Post article that ran the day after the November 17 Occupy … Read more

Matt Stoller | Mortgage Servicers: Getting Away with the Perfect Crime?

Mortgage Servicers: Getting Away with the Perfect Crime? Without prosecutions, there’s nothing keeping fraud from becoming a standard business practice. In 2004, the FBI warned Congress of an “epidemic of mortgage fraud,” of unscrupulous operators taking advantage of a booming real estate market. Less than two years later, an accounting scandal at Fannie Mae tipped … Read more

John O’Brien Affidavit | Steve Nagy is an Alleged Robo or Surrogate Signer

If it is not a forgery, it is a stamp… ~ 4closureFraud.org ~ John O’Brien Affidavit | Steve Nagy is an Alleged Robo or Surrogate Signer Tweet

John O’Brien Southern Essex Register of Deeds – Occupy the Registry!

Southern Essex Register of Deeds John O’Brien: “My registry is a crime scene.” ~ The register of deeds for Southern Essex fights the good fight against banks that falsify ownership and foreclosure documents. John O’Brien isn’t camping out on the streets of New York with Occupy Wall Street, but he might as well be. O’Brien, … Read more

Interview with Scott Olsen About His Injury from the Police Attack on Occupy Oakland (Video)

Twenty-four-year-old Iraq War veteran Scott Olsen joined with over one thousand others on the evening of October 25th to protest the pre-dawn police raid at Oscar Grant Plaza. As he stood wearing military fatigues alongside another veteran in a Navy uniform who he knew through Iraq Veterans Against the War, Scott Olsen was struck in … Read more

Massachusetts | RBS Financial Settles Subprime Loans Case for $52m

Bank settles subprime loans case for $52m Deal will aid 700-plus struggling homeowners A Royal Bank of Scotland subsidiary will pay $52 million to settle claims related to its role in the state’s “subprime mortgage meltdown,’’ Attorney General Martha Coakley said yesterday, an agreement that will benefit more than 700 borrowers in Massachusetts. RBS Financial … Read more

Fraudclosure | Are FDIC loss-share lenders gouging us?

Are loss-share lenders gouging us? In the wake of the recent real-estate meltdown, the borrower of a nonperforming loan called his lender with promising news: “I have a buyer looking to make an all-cash offer for my Florida property. Will you meet with us tomorrow?” The lender’s answer: “No.” Disturbingly, this implausible response is not … Read more

The Bears Explain Links between OTC Derivatives, the Financial Crisis of 2008, Alan Greenspan, Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, Jon Corzine and MF Global

This video explains causal links between OTC derivatives, the financial crisis of 2008, Alan Greenspan, Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, Jon Corzine and MF Global. ~ 4closureFraud.org Tweet