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I Have No Savings and Have to Juggle Payments Each Month. – Butch


“Dear Steve, I am 64 years old, a teacher. Every year, my salary has gone done (forced furlough days). Bad divorce-impulsively took a second mortgage on my townhome to pay child support and attorney fees (13.9%!). Currently in a DMP program for $22000 of credit card debt. Retire in 2 years-will get 50% of current salary and Social Security. First ... Read More »

    Beware of Omni Home Solutions and Rampart MMW Says Former Client

    Darrell Neilander, a former client of the foreclosure/tust company/mass joinder companies Omni Home Solutions and Rampart MMW sent in the following contributed information in an effort to help inform others of his experience with two companies that are claiming to help save his property from foreclosure and get his home free and clear. I’ve written about these companies, Omni Home ... Read More »

      We Tried to Work With CitiMortgage for Two Years But They Refused to Help. – Cheryl

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      “Dear Steve, We tried to work with CitiMortgage for two years and they refused to help – eventhough at the time we were current and had good credit. We just wanted to refinance to a lower fixed rate. Finally we got behind 4 months due to 70% less income coming in and they filed foreclosure proceedings. This is forcing us ... Read More »

        CitiMortgage Sold My Home At Auction And I Didn’t Know It. – Barb

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        “Dear Steve, PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!! I have been out of a job for 15 months, and I just now got a good job, and I find out that CitiMortgage sold my home in an auction. They never even warned me and this happened back in June. I just now got a three week eviction notice and I have until September ... Read More »

          Worst Banks for Loan Modifications

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          Here is a list of the banks with the worst record for canceling loan modification requests. PNC Mortgage – 47.2% Aurora Loan Service – 46.8% CitiMortgage – 42.1% Saxon Mortgage Services – 40.8% Select Portfolio Servicing – 38.6% Wells Fargo Bank – 35.1% Worst banks for expired trial loan modifications without an answer. JPMorgan Chase – 45.3% Bank of America ... Read More »

            We Tried Dealing With MyDebtHelpline and National Debt Advisors to Save The House. – Jessica

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            “Dear Steve, I really hope that you can help me out. My brother has been falling behind on his rental property and tried to do a shortsale for the past several months. They had a buyer for the house at 285,000 but CitiMortgage’s appraisalwas for 345,000. Citi did not accept the offer and my brother just received the summons for ... Read More »

              How Can I Get Citimortgage to Not Foreclose On My House? – Robert

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              “Dear Steve, We bought our home in 1995 put $25K down and mortgaged $70K for 15 years @8,5%. The mortgage was not originated with Citi but is serviced by them and I believe the mortgage “investor” is Wells fargo. Long story short; the last two years have been difficult but we’ve been managing to stay under 90 days on the ... Read More »

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