Lender Class Action Fraud Lawsuit

  Homeowners are seeking the courts' help individually, while others are serving as part of class action lender fraud lawsuits. With foreclosures and lender fraud continuing to rise, borrowers are looking to force banks to modify unaffordable loans or to stop them from foreclosing on homes. Often, they also seek money for loss and damages.

Lenders who are being Sued for fraud.

  1. Bank of America

  2. US bank

  3. Wells Fargo

  4. Chase

  5. EMC

  6. IndyMac

  7. Countrywide Financial

  8. Citigroup

  9. Ocwen

Just to name a few.

Banks have faced lender fraud  lawsuits and have paid millions of dollars in settlements. But the recent housing boom was fueled by questionable loans that many borrowers had no hope of repaying, because realistically they would not be able to afford it in the long run.

Heather Kledzik

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     By providing your contact information on this website, you are expressly granting permission to be contacted regarding FREE legal loan modification assistance services even though you may have previously chosen to have your telephone number added to any Do-Not-Call List including lists maintained by any local, state, or federal government agency. This is not a government site or program. There is information on this site to help you find out more about the government programs that exist.

   If you are trying to find a 3rd party, meaning a person not associated with your bank to explain these programs to you, then our web page will offer your details to third party firms that will explain everything in detail. They really should have all of the fastest info and guidelines on the HAMP program and HUD programs. Again, it’s critical to note that your bank such as Citi Bank, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, CHASE BANK, Wells Fargo, Indy Mac Bank or OneWest Bank, US Bank, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Litton Loan Servicing, Ocwen Loan Services, Aurora Loan Servicing, Wachovia, EMC, LBPS, GMAC Mortgage and ALLY and or for that matter any of the hundreds of lender or servicer will not charge you for a loan modification.

     Our objective is to refer your information and facts to for profit firms that specialize in assisting homeowners with a loan modification. If foreclosure is a possibility for you then it really is imperative you take action as soon as achievable. No matter which course you determine to take, HUD, HAMP, 3rd party for profit or Non Profit, own your own, attorney, etc... The very first factor it is best to do would be to call your Bank or mortgage lender and let them know you want to resolve the issues.

     It really is really significant to face these complications head on and to open a line of communication together with your bank facing foreclosure could be overwhelming and scary, but by taking the best actions you may be able to maintain your household and save your credit. A loan modification is really a process where the original terms of a mortgage is modified, giving the homeowner new payment terms that they can handle. It'll ordinarily involve a lower interest rate, extension of the term, adding missed payments to the end of the loan, reduction in principle, or a mixture of these. A number of the lenders that participate inside the HAMP program or other modification programs are: Citi Bank, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, CHASE BANK, Wells Fargo, Indy Mac Bank or OneWest Bank, US Bank, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Litton Loan Servicing, Ocwen Loan Services, Aurora Loan Servicing, HSBC Wachovia, EMC, LBPS, GMAC Mortgage and ALLY and a lot of other major and minor lenders and servicer's are helping homeowners with a Loan Modification.

     There have been many programs to help with this, there are programs such as the HAMP program and most all major banks participate in this program. Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Wachovia, Citi Mortgage and many of the small services such as Litton Loan, EMC, HSBC and many others are assisting homeowners. If you are experiencing a hardship that should warrant a lender such as Wachovia, Wells Fargo, Chase, Chase Home Loans, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Country Wide, Litton Loan servicing, EMC, Ocwen Loan Servicing, Onewest Bank, Indy Mac, GMAC Mortgage and Citi Bank to extend a loan Modification to you using this site will not guarantee their cooperation.

     We also recommend before you give up and walk away from your home you talk to a professional about a Short Sale and a Deed in Lieu as well as call any nonprofit organization including but not limited to HUD Counselor, NACA, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America or Hope Now. Although we are not associated with them we recommend seeking advice from them when your lender fails to offer you assistance.


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