MATT WEIDNER | FORECLOSURE TRIALS, THE NEW ABNORMAL NORMAL (VIDEO)

FORECLOSURE TRIALS, THE NEW ABNORMAL NORMAL

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13 Responses to “MATT WEIDNER | FORECLOSURE TRIALS, THE NEW ABNORMAL NORMAL (VIDEO)”
  1. wpbspecial says:

    “pateriot” can-not even spell patriot correctly. Just another un-informed bankster brown-noser perusing the site. And I betcha that if the entity (probably off-shore by now) that really owned or has MY NOTE (the bridge that got built in Thailand or sidewalk pavers in New Dehli), they would have enforced it already. Try not paying your mortgage with a credit union & see what happens; they do not destroy or securitize their notes, they keep a watchful eye on the collateral. So, yeah, you can say this is the same as a car loan, but do you think GMAC financing is gonna come repo your vehicle in the middle of the night if FOMOCO actually owns the loan? My loan mod was offered as a 3 month trial to become permanent after the 3rd payment, but guess what (?), Litton was also starting foreclosure procedures at the same time without notifying me how to cure the balance owed (which was only 3 months at the time & we could have done), took our first 2 payments then would not accept the 3rd with no explanation. They were hoping we would just be scared & abandon the house like most everyone else does.
    But we finally figured out they were only a loan servicer (my wife told them that over the phone, then dead silence), no response from Litton, US fucking Bank (where did they come from (?), my note was drawn up with Wilmington) or now, OCWEN to show any proof that they are able to enforce the note.
    WE SAY FU, Show ME the Note & prove standing.
    Otherwise, have a nice day on I-95, or the circus called Palm Beach County…

  2. patriot, you are not a patriot with comments like yours..I ask you to look up the definition of a true patriot and you’ll find a true patriot would not give into treason against his own people. Remove yourself as a patriot and rename yourself as traitor and stand with the people who have committed treason against us, for we are the true patriots

  3. thisblows says:

    Please remove that bank troll pateriot from the site!

    Thanks

  4. Litgant says:

    Sir. I have always looked at you as a champion. A man who keeps sending out emails and information. Thank you so much for your hard work. I thank Mr. Redman also for staying with it. So many by now would have quietly gone away once their problem was solved or they lost. Thanks sir for a great video.

  5. Wayne Lewis says:

    I had appeared pro se for my hearing and had watched 6 people get tossed on the street in 11 minutes. I filed my own motion and the judge wanted to play “dumb” and wanted me to educate him. So I did. I said the “appropriate” words in reference to standing to which he said “Oh, c’mon, there has to be an assignment”. He “discovered” there wasn’t a proper chain of title and was disappointed ! He then belated me for my lack of ignorance and stated, while peering over his glasses and shaking a finger at me, “You better get counsel for this because you’re not going to make it through this alone ” !! ..as if I tainted his Cheerios. He wanted to pitch and I took his ball away…Thank you Matt

    • How does a person get an attorney for a case when the prior attorney we hired withdrew leaving us with a complete mess.The Magistrate granted his withdraw for no reason. I know first hand there are judges out there working for the banksters. Every attorney we contacted has told us the same thing.. So Matt you haven’t done your homework, The common usophisticated person has no chance against a bank who has unlimited funds. You say these judges and courts are sympathetic to the people who own the courts, I say you have been brainwashed, and are out of touch with reality. Would you like to start over??

  6. pateriot says:

    A loan for a house is essentially no different than one for a car or any other secured loan. If you do not make the payments that you have agreed to make to pay back the loan, they will take it. This is not complicated or tricky. If you don’t like the terms of the loan don’t take it out. Save up your money and pay in cash. Can’t do that? Try renting. Of course if you don’t pay your rent you will be kicked out too. Funny how all of that works isn’t it?

    • dRp says:

      You are so wrong….many have made all required payments, yet because of bank error and the financial collapse banks decided to start TAKING homes. This was aided by securitization, where you can’t even find out who ‘owns’ the debt (a requirement), which aided foreclosure of the homes because you can’t prove they don’t own your home. PROVE TO ME THAT I DON’T OWN YOUR HOME!@

    • You are a complete simpleton to think this applies to only people who has not payed thier bills. Now hear this and hear it well, we’ve always paid our bills on time everytime, we’ve owned millon dollar homes and such. That did not stop a collection company from fabricating documents to allow for a foreclosure suit to be filed on a home we no longer owned. No one knows where the original deed is. Now what about the buyer of this home? After researching the chain of title I find the buyer dosn’t have it either. Now can you please think before you speak a#$hole.

    • Steve Jones says:

      Many loans were given to people who could not pay them back, intentionally, by Banks that knew what they were doing. What do you call this? Loansharking. It’s really no different then what was outlawed in the past. Loansharks used to be prosecuted, it’s as simple as that.

      • lies is all they tell says:

        yes you are absolutley right!!!! and i am not hiding it either. wells fargo put us in a stated income loan unkowningly to us. i was working as an RN for 19 years. isent paycheck stubs and w2 form. what happened i think i did not qualify for this home so they decided to give us the sated income loan where the broker was able to raise my income to fit the loan. how sad. i could not afford this home on the day i closed. god help us all

    • Ali says:

      What cave have you been living in? I had an atty. at closing w/ 37k down? Two loans were taken out without our knowledge. Apparenty the mortgage broker had sets of papers for closing and sets of papers that he was really going to — USE (as in USURY) as the actual papers. This was a VA loan to boot. (No need to thank my husband for stepping up to the plate volintarily to cover your uneducated sorry ass!) The old bait and switch was used on us. We thought we were getting a thirty yr fixed rate VA gaurenty loan and what we got was stiffed. You should be ashamed of yourself for not looking into this fiasco further before you make statement that you know nothing about. Don’t forget these pretitors affect you too, your home values, taxes, and everythiong else that goes along with the fraudulent acts that these bankers, title insurers, and mortgage brokers do. I wish you no harm but your comment implys that you are ignorant as the day is long! Remember “karma is a B—H”.

    • Carlos Dehesa says:

      Pateriot,

      I see that you live in a bubble dream, please come a little to reality, banks have taken the square and there are more losers than winners, the problem of the houses is only the beginning of the debacle, there are also problems with the loans of students that were sold like houses, there is also the problem of credit cards that are sold to debt collectors, but as the same as houses are sold many times, and finally all loans are paid by insurance carriers which are financed by banks and these banks are bailed out with money from taxpayers, it comes down to a virtuous cycle that ends with the manufacture jobs, create unemployment, encouraging speculation and almost everyone loses; if the U.S. citizens understood the moral of the banks a revolution already had started; it is very good that you’re on the winning side, for the moment.

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