If Corporations Are People – This Person is What the Banks Would Look Like

Not much more needs to be said… Wonder if she works for Bank of America, Wells Fargo or JPMorgan Chase?

Evil woman steals ball from little girl –  Published on Aug 14, 2012

A woman steals a discarded baseball from a young girl at Minute Maid Park.
The high five just adds insult to injury. What a giant snatch. Sounds just like the banks after a foreclosure proceeding, doesn’t it? Talk about a moral hazard…

MONETARY MELTDOWN – FINANCIAL COLLAPSE? GOVERNMENT GUARANTEED!

2013- THE NEW GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS….(CORRUPTION LAYERED UPON CRIMES AND CORRUPTION)

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HEARD OF CYPRUS? Read more on Matthew D. Weidner’s Blog

Remember: “First come, first served”
Like the Billionaires dumping stocks – get it out of the banks now and invest in something tangible. Plant a garden, put solar on your roof – you may not want to leave those 401ks and mutual funds just sitting there because they may not be there when you need them most. Continue reading

Banks Get To Name Their Own Price – Independent Foreclosure Review More Like Priceline.com

110714obamabanksters“Sneaky” comes to mind to describe the government and the banksters regarding two settlements between US banks and government regulators who alleged that the banks were guilty of widespread abuse of the foreclosure system that allowed banks to seize homes from defaulting borrowers. The banksters agreed to pay out more than $20 billion on Monday to resolve claims arising from the mortgage crisis. Continue reading

EXPERT WITNESSES: Fraudulent Assignments of Mortgage are Void

Good information sometimes bears repeating.

BearThe over-burdened judiciary isn’t always up to speed as quickly as it ought to be and good case law doesn’t always make it to the top of the pile for the clerks to review and digest. Even good attorneys occasionally miss pertinent material.

So, let’s go back to about 2 years ago when Yves Smith, who is an absolutely brilliant author and blogger of “NakedCapitalism” and 4closureFraud, truly a leader in the foreclosure defense blogging pack, wrote about an Alabama securitization case named U.S. BANK v. ERICA CONGRESS.

Of course the case went to appeal and the outcome of the appellate decision was a unanimous decision, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals reversed a lower court decision on a foreclosure case, U.S. Bank v. Congress and remanded the case to trial court.  The reasons hinged upon 2 superb expert witnesses.   Continue reading

Define “Responsible” Homeowners – Please! An open letter to President Obama.

COMMENTS ARE WELCOMED.

We’re fortunate in Hawaii to have accessible U.S. Senators who have been on a first name basis with with their constituents forever. And at times like these U.S. Senator “Dan” Inouye has always been our “go to guy.” 

Aloha Senator Inouye –

This morning we received the email of President Obama’s Weekly Address:
It’s Time for Congress to Help Responsible Homeowners.

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A Former Chase Banker Spews His Unethical Guts

The banner NY Times headline was compelling, A Banker Speaks, With Regret By Published: November 30, 2011    The NY Times begins:

“If you want to understand why the Occupy movement has found such traction, it helps to listen to a former banker like James Theckston. He fully acknowledges that he and other bankers are mostly responsible for the country’s housing mess. As a regional vice president for Chase Home Finance in southern Florida, Theckston shoveled money at home borrowers. In 2007, his team wrote $2 billion in mortgages, he says. Sometimes those were “no documentation” mortgages.

“On the application, you don’t put down a job; you…  Continue reading

AP Exclusive: Mortgage ‘robo-signing’ goes on

AP Exclusive: Mortgage ‘robo-signing’ goes on
By MICHELLE CONLIN and PALLAVI GOGOI
AP Business Writers
July 19, 2011

Mortgage industry employees are still signing documents they haven’t read and using fake signatures more than eight months after big banks and mortgage companies promised to stop the illegal practices that led to a nationwide halt of home foreclosures.

County officials in at least three states say they have received thousands of mortgage documents with questionable signatures since last fall, suggesting that the practices,known collectively as “robo-signing,” remain widespread in the industry.

The documents have come from several companies that process mortgage paperwork, and have been filed on behalf of several major banks. One name, “Linda Green,” was signed almost two dozen different ways.

Lenders say they are working with regulators to fix the problem but cannot explain why it has persisted. Continue reading