Stop, Thief!!! West Palm Beach-Based Ocwen Loan Servicing Attempts Foreclosure on Paid off Home

Pasco couple stymied in trying to fix lender’s “mistake”

ARIPEKA — Joe Manzo and Lisa Stowell paid off their mortgage – in full – late last year.

But their lender threatened to foreclose anyway.

“There was no doubt that it was paid off,” Manzo said. “I just assumed that the bank was lagging behind and maybe the system was running every 30 days and it would be corrected.”

But that didn’t happen. Instead, they say, West Palm Beach-based Ocwen Loan Servicing charged them about $2,000 in penalties because they stopped monthly mortgage payments.

“We stopped because we had already paid off the loan,” Manzo explained. “They say we’re in default, and now I’m worried we’re going to lose our home.”

All the while, the couple’s money – enough to pay the balance – is sitting in the bank’s account.

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One Response to “Stop, Thief!!! West Palm Beach-Based Ocwen Loan Servicing Attempts Foreclosure on Paid off Home”
  1. connie says:

    Ocwen is the worst company that ever existed. The employees cant
    speak english the other half dont understand it.When you ask for
    a decresae or modification you have to go thru what amounts to a
    criminal trial.!!! and yet they are making millions off us. I never
    told anyone they could sell my loan to those indians.

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