Foreclosure Fraud Aftermath: Disabled Combat Veteran, Family Forced from Home

“Why is this legal to take these properties? Why is this legal? Why is this happening?” ~ Disabled combat veteran, family forced from home Surprised? Not me… After paying $1,100 a month in rent, they could be evicted because the company renting the house, RHMG Inc. (Residential Home Management Group, Inc.), never technically owned it … Read more

FEDSPEAK: The Gordon Gekko Effect – The Role of Culture in the Financial Industry

The Gordon Gekko Effect: The Role of Culture in the Financial Industry Culture is a potent force in shaping individual and group behavior, yet it has received scant attention in the context of financial risk management and the 2007-09 financial crisis. This article presents a brief overview of the role of culture as it is … Read more

What Are The Differences Between The FDCPA And The FCCPA?

What Are The Differences Between The FDCPA And The FCCPA? If you have problems with old debts or debt collector harassment, you will likely hear a lot of acronyms. Two of the most important for consumers are the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Florida Consumer Collection Protection Act (FCCPA). The two statutes … Read more

Look Who’s Getting That Bank Settlement Cash, Hint… It’s Not You

Look Who’s Getting That Bank Settlement Cash Tens of millions of dollars disguised as ‘consumer relief’ are going to liberal political groups. Imagine if the president of the United States forced America’s biggest banks to funnel hundreds of millions—and potentially billions—of dollars to the corporations and lobbyists who supported his agenda, all while calling it … Read more

PricewaterhouseCoopers Settles $5.5 Billion Taylor Bean & Whitaker Lawsuit

PricewaterhouseCoopers Settles $5.5 Billion Crisis Era Lawsuit Bankruptcy trustee sued accounting firm over failure to catch fraud at Taylor Bean Accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has settled a $5.5 billion lawsuit in the middle of a weekslong trial over its alleged failure to catch the massive fraud that led to one of the most expensive bank failures … Read more

It Could of Been Different: Prosecution of Financial Crisis Fraud Ends With a Whimper

Prosecution of Financial Crisis Fraud Ends With a Whimper One source of great frustration from the financial crisis has been the dearth of cases against individuals over subprime lending practices and the related securitization of bad loans that caused so much financial havoc. To heighten the frustration, I offer Aug. 22, 2016, as the day … Read more

Foreclosure Fight Club: Dubin Law Offices Responds to Nationwide Title Clearing’s Take Down Notice RE: Bly, Moore, and Doko Video Depositions

Foreclosure Fight Club: Dubin Law Offices Responds to Nationwide Title Clearing’s Take Down Notice RE: Bly, Moore, and Doko Video Depositions ~ 4closureFraud.org     Tweet

Bourne Valley Court Trust v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. – Court Dashes Hopes for Investors Who Bought HOA Foreclosures

Appeals court dashes hopes for investors who bought foreclosed homes in Nevada CARSON CITY — Real estate investors who took advantage of a Nevada law during the foreclosure crisis to acquire several thousand foreclosed homes at bargain prices got what could be bad news recently courtesy of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. In a … Read more