What a Week of Decisions! Listen to the Neil Garfield Show Tonight

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The losers this week? Anyone with a business record they want to introduce into evidence. The winners might just be any homeowner who has been victimized by foreclosure. Maybe the banks have had their 15 minutes. Maybe time is up.

These are just some of the Wall Street entities that took a beating in the last ten days:

  • Deutsch bank
  • OneWest
  • Ocwen
  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • US Bank
  • and thousands of trusts that sold mortgage backed securities but never received the proceeds of the sale.

Listen tonight as the corner turns on the banks and the courts go from being perplexed to being angry.

2 Responses

  1. How can Wells Fargo and their Attorney’s get away with this?

    I am writing this letter to Virginia Bar Association as well as the Maryland Attorney Grievance Committee. First of all I know that this was an illegal foreclosure and do not agree with either of your assessments. Please examine all of the singed Attorney documents, and filed court documents and foreclosure documents. You will see that these documents are all dated back in February time frame, then take a look at the DOT that was posted to Baltimore County Public Records on April 3, 2014. How can you transfer ownership of a loan after the fact. Additionally, view the same DOT. It states that that the document was recorded back in 2005, but iI am writing this letter to Virginia Bar Association as well as the Maryland Attorney Grievance Committee. First of all I know that this was an illegal foreclosure and do not agree with either of your assessments. Please examine all of the singed Attorney documents, and filed court documents and foreclosure documents. You will see that these documents are all dated back in February time frame, then take a look at the DOT that was posted to Baltimore County Public Records on April 3, 2014. How can you transfer ownership of a loan after the fact. Additionally, view the same DOT. It states that that the document was recorded back in 2005, but it was clearly recorded in county records on April 3. How can this be justified in the law community. I can be reached at 443 677 2799, jsmith5915@msn.com. I would like my case looked at again bases on the fraudulent procedures used to foreclose on my home.

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