NPR | Foreclosure Robo-Signing Deal Worries N.Y. Official Eric Schneiderman

Foreclosure Robo-Signing Deal Worries N.Y. Official

Some of the biggest banks in the country are reportedly close to a settlement with authorities over the so-called robo-signing scandal in which mortgage company officials signed and notarized foreclosure documents without properly reviewing them.

Many lenders and mortgage servicers acknowledged making serious mistakes in foreclosure paperwork.

But the much-delayed settlement still faces challenges. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is raising objections, and may reject the settlement because he believes authorities have done too little to investigate the role of big banks in the financial crisis.

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4 Responses to “NPR | Foreclosure Robo-Signing Deal Worries N.Y. Official Eric Schneiderman”
  1. Shelley says:

    Any AG or politician that allows this will be out of office soon. To many are aware of all this fraud. Their crimes are no secret to most anymore. The votes have been showing this also. No reputable person will vote for the supporters of this horrific fruad. It is no longer a hidden secret. They are exposed!

  2. Fury says:

    don’t cave in, eric schneiderman!
    stand tall and tough.

    obama and holder only seem to want to fight for the Right to Party.

    obama and his measured, phony glance from side – to- side reading the telepromter tomorrow night
    is no excuse to screw over the millions of americans who have been destroyed by the criminal enterprise of fraudclosure.

    fraudclosure con victims are not going to put up with this bullshit!

  3. lvent says:

    We should all rally behind the patriots….!

  4. Susan Cliff says:

    The way this article is written, it’s like Schneiderman is some kind of rogue element. NO WAY! Every other AG should be worried about letting criminals get off the hook. Obummer wants to let his rich crooks get off easy so he can get elected – resist the pressure! Resist the Bankster Administration! RESTORE victimized homeowners!

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