Litton Loan Services/Goldman Sachs Lies to their Customers

Elk River, Minnesota 0 comments
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"Just Read"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The New York Times/Deal Book, May 25th 2011.

I qualified for a HARP refi back in '09. Litton stated that there was no such program, later stated they weren't involved in such a program after sending a plethora of proof. I am so underwater now, that I have no choice but to short sell. My home value is a 1/3 of what I owe, thanks to all of the foreclosures and much smaller homes recently built in my development.

Now, this article comes out.......

I'm looking for an attorney to who has the "backbone" to file a class action against Goldman Sachs for the thousands of "Victims" of Litton's illegal actions. But, all I'm finding are the attorneys who work FOR these thiefs.

Review about: Litton Loan Services.

INDYMAC/GOLDMAN SACHS STING OPERATION

Overland Park, Kansas 3 comments
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I have contacted every single Representative in Washington associated with the State of Kansas. They have been told that when I see a perp walk by the sick perverted bankster crooks on the "too big to fail" list -- who have been raping the American taxpayer -- Washington will get their tax payment from this 28 year on time tax paying family with a credit score of 870.

The Goldman Sachs ties to the Treasury and Federal Reserve -- add these sting operation scams to rip off the public -- and one has to wonder when we lost control. Congress is pathetic. They all need to pack up their worthless taxpater funded offices AND LEAVE!!!

No more sand in this Kansan's face!

Terry Geise

Review about: Fdic Bank Bailout Fraud.

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Whistle-Blower: Banks Give Homeowners the Runaround

800-Numbers Lead to Runaround as Banks Refuse to Modify Mortgages

By DAVID MUIR

March 23, 2010

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A vice president for one of the nation's biggest banks claims customers looking for help in lowering their mortgage payments are often told to call an 800 number -- where he says representatives then give homeowners the runaround.

"World News" has an exclusive look at how banks avoid modifying mortgages.The bank executive spoke to ABC News on the condition that ABC News not show his face or name him, because he feared coming forward would cost him his job.

Of the 1.1 million homeowners who've signed up for the federal program aimed at avoiding foreclosures, only 168,000, or 15 percent, of homeowners have had their mortgages permanently modified.

"In our managers meeting, which can last eight or nine hours, we probably addressed mortgage modifications five minutes or less," the banker said.

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Jay and LeeAnn Givan are two of those frustrated Americans who reached out to ABC News about their banks. They say they've run out of time and money. Both lost...

"The bank's not interested in helping us," LeAnn said. "Just a couple of weeks ago, Jay was on the phone for two hours being transferred from department to another department until finally somebody told him, 'Look, we can't help you until you stop paying on your house.'"

The couple made its last mortgage payment last week.

"I have heard that," the banker said. "That will affect their credit card, their insurance, [have] a big effect on their credit history."

The banker described homeowners pleading to him for help, but he said his bank is not interested in modifying mortgages, even after taxpayers helped bail out the nation's biggest banks.

"It's just not happening," said the banker.

The banker said there is significant pressure on bank employees to get customers to take on more accounts than they need because of the late fees and penalty fees that will then come from those accounts.

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@Alphachic! I had the same issues with Bank of America, they hold your checks and run them all through to maximize your penalty, they did it many times too me even after I went in and showed them proof. I got out of Bank of America and I too have more money in my account! Good Riddance!

BCUSF 7:49 PMThey don't want to negotiate. They do better if they can either right the debt off on their taxes or take over the property ( the new emminent domain) and either sell the same property for a higher price or sell back the land to the city. Banks and mortgage lured people in and then did a bait and switch on us. Also refuse all the add-ons that they try to sell you. Refuse the accident insurance. Refuse the low-cost life insurance. Refuse the free credit report. Refuse the free credit report. Refuse any new services from them.

linedance79 7:48 PMIt"s so true so many people re conplaining about the same thiing including me I applied for modification more than six months now all you get is the run around call 1800 number .numerious times you call to find out the stautus of the modification they are still woking on it or they would ask for things that you already submitted prior These banks should be shame they got the TAX payers money then we the the tax payers getting treat like this this is what the peolpe in Congress and the Senate should be paying attention to instead there is no oversight on these institutions and there are more protected and care for than the average Joe Bank of America and these big banks are doing injustice to the customers and they are getting away with it

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There are fraudulent activities at Indymac Bank/One West.There is no effort to help homeowners.

Instead they are playing every trick in the book to deny home loan modifications. Apparently foreclosed homes are a more profitable business for this bank. They pretend that they are trying to modify and then making sure the application is denied. When you call One West Bank to follow up on a loan modification application this is what you get: "It could take a few weeks to process" "We will not call you" "Maybe foreclosure is the best thing for you" "I'm not sure why you were denied and we don't disclose that" "Are you sure you sent it” the list is endless.

This bank or as they refer to themselves "group of investors" are taking home buyers for a ride on these loan modification applications. They push the process long enough where foreclosure is what you are left with. Their loan denial letter states “we will help you sell your existing home” – are they realtors? A lot of our tax dollars went into putting banks back on their two feet.

So who is going to help home owners get back on theirs? They are using our tax dollares to foreclose on homes.

No effort to modify loans and help homeowners.Someone needs to do something!

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Any company that gets in bed with AFC has to take a look at themselves.

Goldman Sachs and KAR Auctions IPO was completed two months ago. KAR Auctions is the parent company of Automotive Finance Corporation or "AFC".

This used car dealer flooring lender is supposedly trying to help small dealers with inventory financing.

What they help themselves to is the sweat equity built up by years of toil by family businesses.

AFC has sued THOUSANDS of car dealers. There partner, Dealer Services Corporation, just opened in 2005 and are waiting there turn to go "public". However, with a thousand lawsuits of their own, people are figuring these guys out.

How many start-up companies get Temporary Restraining Orders issued against them in their first six months?

How can a five year old company have "published" decisions and appeals to the California Supreme Court in less than sixty months.

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