Dirty paper, dirty tricks! We’re all sick and tired of it. Let’s get real here folks – it’s not just Citibank and it’s probably not Citibank at all. It is likely that all roads lead to the fraudulently concealed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – along with their ol’ pal …U.S. Treasury.
By J. Guggenheim
Servicers don’t want to modify. They don’t want to short-sale, and they don’t want to allow you to refinance. In fact, the sole objective is to use whatever means are necessary to take one missed payment and leverage it into a future default while piling on the penalties and fees to erode all of your equity. The service wants your house and they will lie, steal, forge and fabricate documents if required.
We have a client at Lendinglies who received a loan modification in 2010 and completed all three payments as agreed by the repayment plan offered by CitiMortgage. According to CitiMortgage, the agreement was done “in-house” and required no outside approval.
After receiving the modification the couple proceeded to renovate the entire home while complying with the monthly payments. Once they had fully restored their home and made their last payment, they let friends know they…
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