Michigan | Kim v. JP Morgan Chase Bank – Family Fights Foreclosure, Beats Bank in Court (VIDEO)

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Kim v JPMorgan Chase

7 Responses to “Michigan | Kim v. JP Morgan Chase Bank – Family Fights Foreclosure, Beats Bank in Court (VIDEO)”
  1. lvent says:

    I think I have the most outrageous and egregious CHASE fraudclosure story of the week…My husband was just telling me the story about a friend of his whose mother was recently forced into a short sale by CHASE because of some legal advice given to her by an attorney…The woman, who is 61 years old and disabled, was widowed 2 years ago…An attorney advised her after her husband died to do a quit claim deed and put the house in her name…Not long after that occured, CHASE notified the woman that her home was going to sale…the home mortgage was in her husbands name and they would not negotiate a loan with her, she is on a fixed income…The house has since been sold in a short sale and the disabled, widowed woman was told she has to leave her home, CHASE SOLD IT…! Outrageous…! Esp. considering she was told by her attorney to quit claim deed the house to herself…Now, was that bad legal advice or was this woman railroaded by CHASE? I don’t know the details of her case but from what I am hearing CHASE would not negotiate with this woman..and she never had any due process..! I would like to hear and attorneys take on this. What would be her best course of action?…I think she should start filing complaints right away with the Illinois State AG’s office and the Illinois States Attorneys office..maybe the Cook County Sheriffs office as well..I don’t believe she should leave her home under these outrageous circumstances…

    • dRp says:

      If done properly and completely would the quit-claim make it an unsecured debt?

      • lvent says:

        dRp. …….I have yet to see a legally enforceable (secured) lien recorded in anyones public records. I do believe CHASE may have assumed this woman was trying to get out of paying so they figured they would save the cost of fraudclosing…and steal it. That was not her intention..her attorney told her to do this…Wonder what her Homestead Rights would be in this case? I know that I read somewhere in Illinois property law there are protections for property owners in the event of death…I really wonder about her attorney? How could he allow this to happen to one of his clients? I think the State should defend this woman’s case..This sounds like unfair dealing….among other things.

  2. lvent says:

    Take that Jamie Dimon! Make the criminals pay….and throw them in prison for life!

    • Bobbi Swann says:

      @ Ivent – did you go to the link for the video and read the comments from there? I am astounded at the stupidity of some of these people. Still forgetting the basics of LAW. A debt is no more a debt if it does not follow or fullfil the requirements set forth under the LAW. I don’t care if it was a million dollar house; makes no difference. It has to follow the laws of the land! One of the posters there actually works in a foreclosure mill and is soooo brainwashed!

      • lvent says:

        I will check it out Bobbi…It is true, so many people are brainwashed..some may never snap out of it..!

      • lvent says:

        Bobbi…there are a lot of trolls trying to dis credit the truth as well….They are everywhere………Did you watch the video post from FOX BUSINESS?….They are fighting us like the devil!

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