But not in in the 27 other states, which don’t require a judge’s approval?
Bank will lift halt on sales in 23 U.S. states requiring a judge’s approval
WASHINGTON — The pace of U.S. home foreclosures may not slow much after all.
Oh yes it will…
Bank of America said Monday that it plans to resume seizing more than 100,000 homes in 23 states next week. It said it has a legal right to foreclose despite accusations that documents used in the process were flawed.
Flawed? Try more like perjured and felonious…
It’s not yet clear whether other major leaders (c’mon ap, LEADERS? You really meant “LENDERS” right? Or was that a true Freudian slip? Screen shot here from original ap post before it is changed) will follow suit and resume foreclosures in the states that require a judge’s approval. But the move by the nation’s biggest bank could give way to an industrywide effort to push ahead with a wave of foreclosures that have depressed the housing market.
How ironic on the LEADERS slip huh?
Accident or arrogance?
It’s not the foreclosures that have depressed the housing market, it was the fraud committed by the “LEADERS“
Bank of America Corp. says it’s confident of its foreclosure decisions in a majority of its questionable cases. The bank is still delaying foreclosures in the 27 other states, which don’t require a judge’s approval.
Its move comes two weeks after the bank began halting foreclosures nationwide amid allegations that bank employees signed but didn’t read documents that may have contained errors.
“The basis for our foreclosure decisions is accurate,” Dan Frahm, a Bank of America spokesman, said in announcing the bank’s new approach.
So say you…
The company said it plans to resubmit documents with new signatures in the 23 states that require a judge’s approval to restart the foreclosure process. It will delay fewer than 30,000 foreclosures.
Resubmit documents? More like Re-Robo-Sign documents from individuals that have not had their depositions taken, yet.
Are these new documents from individuals that have personal knowledge with “sworn or certified copies of all papers or parts thereof referred to in an affidavit” attached? (Florida civil rules of procedure)
Not buyin it.
And what about the documents that were submitted in the first place?
Perjury charges, felony charges, fraud on the court, etc?
How ya gonna get around that when tens of thousands of homeowners file suit?
It has already started with GMAC…
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on October 17, 2010 ·
In his complaint, filed in Common Pleas Court, Fox seeks at least $25,000 in compensatory damages and $25,000 in a civil penalty, plus undetermined punitive damages that his attorney said will be 2 percent of GMAC’s 2009 gross revenue. ~ Now here is a good idea. GMAC Sued by Vindictive Homeowner And so it begins. … Read more
Not to mention, none of this is really about the affidavits now, is it BofA?
Anyway, something stinks here…
You can check out the rest of their propaganda here…
I also included some of their foreclosure “mistakes”, along with others, below…
In my opinion, it is a lot worse than can be imagined because most “incidents” go unreported.
Jack Booted Thugs Kicking Down Doors, You May be Next – Lawsuits Say Banks Changing Locks of Distressed Homes Before Foreclosures are Filed
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on September 19, 2010 ·
This violation of everything needs to stop and it needs to stop now. I can see the next stage of this warfare in where people living in these homes, that these thugs are criminally breaking into, shooting the intruders and killing them dead… How will the “authorities” handle the situation? Will it be a homeowner … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on September 19, 2010 ·
Harris said he received a notice on Tuesday that he would be evicted on Thursday ~ “He (banks attorney) was just outright nasty with it,” Harris said. “He just said, ‘Get a room, put your stuff in storage, buy the house and then move back in.’” ~ “I’m a about to burst into tears right … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on August 22, 2010 ·
No joke, above or below… And it does not matter if you are facing foreclosure or not! This type of thing is getting way out of hand as I have Link – reported on many many times. Actually, it is a lot worse than can be imagined because most “incidents” go unreported. Again, as I … Read more
Bank of America – Confiscating Homes They Don’t Own – BofA Attempts Foreclosure on Current Loan They Do Not Own
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on July 20, 2010 ·
Well this is surprising… MORTGAGE MELTDOWN Frustration with banks reaching boiling point Errors, inaction, morass of red tape vex homeowners trying to fend off foreclosure proceedings — and may end upcosting taxpayers billions Kent Porter /PD Keith and Julie Hanover of Kenwood hired a lawyer to help them with the nightmare of saving their home … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on June 7, 2010 ·
Who woulda thunk… Some Michigan residents have returned home to find their windows broken, houses ransacked and valuables missing. Not from burglars, but overzealous mortgage lenders and their trash-out teams: unlicensed crews hired to clean out and secure property during foreclosures. Lawsuits filed across Michigan and the nation paint an ugly picture of impersonal foreclosures … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on May 26, 2010 ·
I have had enough of this shit, haven’t you? Homeowner – “I Honestly Felt Like Bank of America was Trying to Steal my Property” Lets see, how many times have I posted about BOA and other “lenders” “Trashing Out” <– Link, homes this year? Hmmm? Sorry, I ran out of fingers… Here is an extra … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on May 14, 2010 ·
Video WLKY Investigates: Evicted Tenants See Belongings Stolen Thieves Pilfer Family Possessions After Renters Displaced By John Boel/WLKY LOUISVILLE, Ky. – About 3,300 times last year in Jefferson County, crews moved in to carry out court-ordered evictions or foreclosures.The scenes are sad, and the landlords are mad because they’re often owed a lot of money, … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on May 4, 2010 ·
Reported by: Jackie Callaway Email: email@example.com Last Update: 4/30 8:14 am Bank attempts foreclosure on wrong home SARASOTA, Fl — Neighbor Scott Mondro started asking questions as soon as he spotted the stranger drilling holes in his neighbor’s door. Turns out the guy with the hardware was representing Bank of America. Scott Mondro shares the … Read more
Trashed Out – Deutsche Bank Acts Like Paid Off Home is a Foreclosure – Broke Down Doors, Changed Locks, Stole Belongings along with the Home Owners Sense of Security
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on April 26, 2010 ·
Only in America… WoodTV.com “All kinds of things were taken — from a dining room set to the American flag mounted outside the home.” Bank acts like home is a foreclosure Rick and Sherry Rought (April 25, 2010) Gowen couple files lawsuit against Deutsche Bank By Megan Stembol GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – A Gowen … Read more
Trashed Out – Again and Again and Again and Again Bank of America at it AGAIN – Bank Wrongly Repossessed Home and Stole Pet Parrot
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on March 9, 2010 ·
From the Home Equity Theft Reporter Woman says Bank of America wrongly repossessed home Tuesday, March 09, 2010 By Sadie Gurman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A Hampton woman is suing Bank of America, saying one of its contractors wrongly repossessed her home, padlocked the doors, shut off the utilities, damaged the furniture and confiscated a pet parrot, … Read more
Bank of America at it AGAIN! Central Florida Couple Faces Foreclosure Despite Having Proof That All Mortgage Payments Were Made
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on January 28, 2010 ·
Roger Wilsford and Teresa Stamey are about to lose their mobile home to foreclosure. Wilsford said he’d been paying his monthly payments of $762 to mortgage company Taylor, Bean and Whitaker, but last August it went into bankruptcy and he didn’t know it. “Still, you know, I’d get a bill from Taylor, Bean and Whitaker, … Read more
Trashed Out – This is Getting Ridiculous – Iraq Homecoming Spoiled After Bank of America Forecloses On Wrong Home AGAIN!
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on January 21, 2010 ·
Pattern Here Folks??? Bay State Couple Says Bank Took Possession Of Wrong Home In Florida BOSTON — A Massachusetts couple says their son’s homecoming from Iraq was spoiled when Bank of America/Countrywide foreclosed on their Florida home, which they owned free and clear, according to a lawsuit. Homeowner Charlie Cardoso, of New Bedford, was shocked … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on January 10, 2010 ·
Here we go again… By Laura Elder The Daily News Published January 10, 2010 GALVESTON — A West End property owner is suing Bank of America Corp., asserting its agents mistakenly seized a vacation house he owns free and clear, then changed the locks and shut the power off, resulting in the smelly spoiling of … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on December 26, 2009 ·
HENDERSON, Nv. – Imagine coming home and finding out your key no longer works and some of the things in your house are gone. That’s what one Henderson man says happen to him, and like other reports in recent days, the homeowner says it’s because of a mix up by a real estate agent securing … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on December 21, 2009 ·
This madness needs to stop. It’s one thing for these pretender lenders to take properties through illegal foreclosures. Now they are maliciously breaking and entering into any homes they wish with disregard of the laws. No better than common criminals… December 21, 2009 LAS VEGAS – A Las Vegas woman says she is the victim … Read more
Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on October 21, 2009 ·
Now their Attorney Claims Woman is Inflating her Loss… Really? Updated December 22, 2009 It does not matter what was in the condo. No matter how rich or poor. It is their personal belongings that were unrightfully, illegally taken from them. Even if it was just a keepsake of a family member, a simple trinket … Read more