See Ya! | Attorneys General, Frustrated With National Foreclosure Settlement, Consider Alternate Course

Attorneys General, Frustrated With National Foreclosure Settlement, Consider Alternate Course

Attorneys general or representatives from nearly 15 states met in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to discuss and share different enforcement options and strategies around various mortgage-related issues, according to sources familiar with the conversation.

The meeting was prompted by the slow pace at which a national foreclosure settlement led by the Obama administration is progressing, and is likely to be the first in a series, said these sources.

The participating attorneys general, from states including California, Nevada, Delaware, Massachusetts and New York, discussed how they could possibly join together to investigate and potentially file lawsuits against abusive mortgage lenders and servicers. Principals or representatives also attended from Hawaii, New Hampshire, Missouri, Mississippi, Maryland, Kentucky and Minnesota.

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7 Responses to “See Ya! | Attorneys General, Frustrated With National Foreclosure Settlement, Consider Alternate Course”
  1. pamelag says:

    prosecute these thieves and liars. no settlement that admits no wrongdoing…

  2. Mary says:

    I’ll believe it when I see it. I have totally lost faith in our government and our elected officials and pretty much every other authority WE have put in place. I have just seen too much. I so wish I could go back to being oblivious to the corruption and lies. To believe again in the integrity of our nation. I so miss that feeling. I will never be the same again after this experience. i don’t think any of us will.

    • talktotennessee says:

      Mary, I so agree with you! both parties have sold out. The GOP is attacking the Courts trying to undermine the Judicial branch. The courts are becoming activists and the Congress isn’t even acting or making laws based on what people need but they take care of themselves and their own elections. Everyone has a hand in a pocket somewhere. The biggest business in D.C. is the Lobbyists. Did you see where Haley Barbour, former Republican Governor of Mississippi pardoned 155+/- criminals and headed out to Washington to head up the lobbyist firm he created. Blatant in your face sellouts! I too am disillusioned and sad that we have come to this and the rights, hopes and dreams of the people mean nothing. What can one expect in a Capitalistic society where the $ holds the key to elections, cooperation, courts, homes, rights, etc. etc.
      Everything has its price and someone willing to pay it.

  3. PENDINGLAWSUIT says:

    Barry Fagan v Wells Fargo Re Two Expert Opinion Declarations Concerning Wells Fargo Document Fraud & Robosigning of Rhonda Bernard Thomas Signatures

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/77146474/Barry-Fagan-v-Wells-Fargo-Re-Two-Expert-Opinion-Declarations-Concerning-Wells-Fargo-Document-Fraud-Robosigning-of-Rhonda-Bernard-Thomas-Signatures

    Barry Fagan v Wells Fargo Re: Motion to Compel with an Expert Opinion Declaration Concerning the Robosigning Signature of Rhonda Bernard Thomas

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/76979445/Barry-Fagan-v-Wells-Fargo-Re-Motion-to-Compel-with-an-Expert-Opinion-Declaration-Concerning-the-Robosigning-Signature-of-Rhonda-Bernard-Thomas

  4. lvent says:

    The cover up for all of the fraud has to stop..! these people need to do their jobs….! and where are the States attorneys? Are they investigating any of the numerous crimes of these financial institutions?

    • lvent says:

      The state ag’s know if the fraudclosures continue they could be out of a job…….the massive frauds that these crooks have committed is bankrupting the people and therefore the States! We are all sick of paying for the fraud with our jobs, life savings, homes and in every thing that we do from taxes to utility bills to gas to groceries…..we are ALL being robbed to pay for all of their fraud….!

  5. Jason Werner says:

    Thank You Jesus! We must not settle for fraud. The AGs must first stop their own crimes, doing the same things the banksters do, and then aggressively pursue the criminal banks for their crimes.

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