It’s happening all over the country…banks breaking into people’s homes, with no court order, with no legal authority, with no right to do so. Taking property, trashing homes, ruining lives….sometimes when there are no mortgages on the property at all…
One of my cases is mentioned in the article, and it’s important for everyone in America to understand that the conduct of these banks has gotten so totally out of hand because we’ve become week, meek, soft and compliant. It is only through the intervention of federal cases that something might be done to reduce such conduct….right now it is rampant and unchecked.
Read from the article below and consider how these lives are destroyed by these practices…what has this country become?
In an era when millions of homes have received foreclosure notices nationwide, lawsuits detailing bank break-ins like the one at Ms. Ash’s house keep surfacing. And in the wake of the scandal involving shoddy, sometimes illegal paperwork that has buffeted the nation’s biggest banks in recent months, critics say these situations reinforce their claims that the foreclosure process is fundamentally flawed.
” Every day, smaller wrongs happen to people trying to save their homes: being charged the wrong amount of money, being wrongly denied a loan modification, being asked to hand over documents four or five times,” said Ira Rheingold, executive director of the National Association of Consumer Advocates.
Identifying the number of homeowners who were locked out illegally is difficult. But banks and their representatives insist that situations like Ms. Ash’s represent just a tiny percentage of foreclosures.