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United Law Group Brags About Doing It’s Job, Huh?

I have no clue what could be running though the minds of the people over at the United Law Group lately. The United Law Group offers loan modification services. Out pops a new press release from United Law Group all bragging and such about how they helped this foot doctor get her mortgage modified for the parents. The headline of ... Read More »

    Forensic Loan Audits and Foreclosure Rescue Companies are a Scam Says California Attorney General

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    Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today joined the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) and the State Bar of California in warning Californians to avoid forensic loan audits, the loan-modification industry’s latest “phony foreclosure-relief service,” in which homeowners pay up-front fees for a forensic review of their lender’s practices, but are provided no actual foreclosure relief. “Forensic loan audits ... Read More »

      FTC to Ban Upfront Fees for Foreclosure Rescue or Mortgage Modification

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      The Federal Trade Commission moved to protect distressed homeowners from the promoters of bogus foreclosure rescue and mortgage modification services by proposing a new rule that would forbid companies to charge up-front for these services. Instead, companies could only collect payment after providing services. “Homeowners facing foreclosure or struggling to make mortgage payments shouldn’t have to contend with fraudulent ‘companies’ ... Read More »

        Brian Austin Green – Bank Wants His Home Back

        Brian Austin Green

        Apparently Brian Austen Green is playing a little alleged Russian Roulette with his mortgage company. He says he’s playing a calculated move and going for a short sale but his mortgage company SunTrust Mortgage just filed papers saying Green, of 90210 fame, owes $71,000 in back payments on his $2,000,000 mortgage. According to the docs, SunTrust has begun the foreclosure ... Read More »

          Mortgage Rescue Scam Results in Guilty Plea From Lawyer

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          In a look into the future when more lawyers are going to find themselves in hot water from current foreclosure avoidance scams, yet another lawyer has been found guilty of running a foreclosure rescue or mortgage rescue scam. This time the show unfolded in Pennsylvania. The government alleged that Doherty and four others targeted homeowners facing foreclosure, promised to help ... Read More »

            Forensic Mortgage Analysis Scam – Beware

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            Consumers are urged to be on the lookout for companies promising forensic mortgage analysis services. It’s an offer many struggling homeowners can find hard to resist. It begins with a flyer or phone call from a company offering to review your financial documents in order to find a dramatically lower mortgage rate. But the problem is, it often is an ... Read More »

              Master Builders for Christ and Vision Builders Christian Center Steal Homes of People Facing Foreclosure

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              I’m not sure if it’s just me or that there seem to be more financial frauds occurring in the name of God. Using the words of God and a promised opportunity of hope in desperation, three Delaware residents stole the foreclosed houses of desperate homeowners. – Source Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden announced that Jamaar Manlove, Larry Manlove, Rhonda Manlove, ... Read More »

                Developer Fleeces With Subprime Mortgage Fraud. Defense – Rabbi Said It Was OK.

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                A Brooklyn developer accused of fleecing dozens of Hasidic families in a massive subprime mortgage fraud scheme took cover behind a divine defense on Tuesday. Eliyahu Ezagui’s lawyer told jurors his client received “a blessing” from the late Rabbi Menachem Schneerson to build affordable housing for the Lubavitcher community in Crown Heights. “It was a mitzvah to him, a Hebrew ... Read More »

                  Joseph Gembala, Esq. Sued for Loan Modification and Foreclosure Rescue Services.

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                  A recent lawsuit alleges that yet another lawyer has found himself deep in trouble by over promising and under-delivering loan modification services. It is an interesting suit since it shows yet another twisted and convoluted network of companies created to confuse consumers and leave them still in trouble, but apparently poorer. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook ... Read More »

                    More Lawyers Arrested for Loan Modification Scam Involving Home Relief Services and US Loan Mod Processing.

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                    A lawyer and his business partner have been arrested on charges of defrauding over 400 victims in a $1.25 million loan modification scam that targeted distressed homeowners. A warrant has been issued for another business partner in this case. Former attorney Christopher Lee Diener, 42, and business partners Stefano Joseph Marrero, 40, and Terrence Green Sr., 43, all neighbors in ... Read More »

                      Loan Modification and Foreclosure Prevention Programs Are Not Working for Most

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                      North Carolina just released a report which did a great job of narrowing in on the core issues that I hear from many people attempting to get their mortgage loans modified or who think a foreclosure prevention program is going to help save their house. For a small minority of applicants these programs are effective, but for the vast majority ... Read More »

                        What to Do When You Can’t Pay the Mortgage

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                        If you’re having trouble making your house payments, the first thing to know is that you are not alone. Home mortgage defaults are at an all-time high across America. This is good news for you, because it means that mortgage lenders are familiar with people in default on their home loans and often have established programs and policies to deal ... Read More »

                          How to Buy a House With Marks on Your Credit

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                          If you have any negative marks on your credit such as a late payment, default, repossession, lien, judgment or bankruptcy you probably think you’ll never be able to buy a house. Not so. If you have a steady and secure income that is high enough so you can afford to make the monthly payments, and you have a sufficient sum ... Read More »

                            Ohio AG Goes after Barclays Capital Real Estate, HomeEq Services for Unfair Loan Modifications

                            The Ohio Attorney general has gone after Barclays Capital Real Estate operating under HomeEQ Servicing for several issues but one of them was an attempt to get Ohio consumers seeking loan modifications to sign agreements that included provisions for the borrower to: Waive all defenses, claims or offsets with respect to the unpaid principal balance as adjusted by HomeEQ to ... Read More »

                              Is It Time to Walk Away From Your Mortgage in a Strategic Default?

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                              With homeowners still slipping under the seas of mortgage default more and more are considering that walking away from the mortgage might be a wiser and more logical solution. This approach even has a name, strategic default. A strategic default might be something to strongly consider if you owe more than your home is worth, property values in your area ... Read More »

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