Bank Foreclosure Scandal

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At the same time, Wells Fargo’s management applied pressure on its underwriters to approve more and more FHA loans. The bank also imposed short turnaround times for deciding whether to approve the loans, employed lax underwriting standards and controls and paid bonuses to underwriters and other staff based on the number of loans approved.

A lawsuit against JP Morgan-Chase — the nation’s largest bank — asserts that the institution paid off the $4,200,000,000 in mortgage forgiveness that it agreed to as a settlement for widescale.

A Philadelphia businessman has won a series of court rulings that could clear the way for long-delayed lawsuits seeking more than $70 million against U.S. Bank, which he claims destroyed his.

Bank of America and the Department of Justice are near a 16 to 17 billion dollar settlement, the largest agreement between the government and a single company.

The bank allegedly used these tactics to shepherd homeowners into foreclosure, as well as in-house loan modifications. landmark settlement with regulators in 2012, following a scandal in late 2010.

“An independent examination of bank foreclosure practices is needed to reassure shareholders. fire on all of those fronts over the past six months, with the robo-signing scandal showing the big.

David Dayen’s new book is about three fraudulent-foreclosure victims who brought transparency to their cases.. that they wrapped up a scandal that just goes on and on.. that the bank.

Harris Tried to Whitewash jail informant scandal in California For. a notable one helped the white "foreclosure king" -. And a foreclosure complaint was filed December 2, 2008, not by JPMorgan Chase as successor but by U.S. Bank, N.A. as trustee..he3 series 2002. the holder and owner of the promissory note, (where.

In return, the firms-Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase. Since coming to office, Obama has done nothing to halt foreclosures or provide relief for distressed homeowners. When the scandal over.

Bank of America employees regularly lied to homeowners seeking loan modifications, denied their applications for made-up reasons, and were rewarded for sending homeowners to foreclosure, according.

Thousands of missing mortgage documents were forged by banks to support foreclosure litigations. Thousands of people lost their homes when the fake documents were used in legal proceedings. Clerks.