I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly exhausted and befuddled by all the government’s failed attempts to do anything about fraudclosure….
Clients ask me all the time whether they should jump through the hoops and my thoughts are…..
SURE, HAVE AT IT….BANG YOURSELF OVER THE HEAD WITH A HAMMER…..
(Reuters) – Nothing about the letter that Keturah Miller received late last year indicated it could be worth as much as $125,000 to her. So she put it aside, forgetting about it for months until she stumbled across it while cleaning.
Miller, 34, a family liaison worker with the New York City Department of Education, read it over four times. It still made no sense to her.
“I can read the words, but the meaning of what they’re saying? That’s the confusing part for me,” she said.
The letter was one of 4.3 million forms sent under a flagship U .S. program to try to help people who may have experienced financial injury due to errors in their mortgage servicing.