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Thursday, July 28, 2016


Edwin Bell

The comment above seems to be the normal business model....destroy the consumers...take away their rights...make them go away. This attitude is pervasive in the servicing industry.
You can also find the same tactics used in the legal and illegal debt collection industry.
The article above also misses some very important points. The illegal debt collection industry does not play by any rules at all. This is where we should begin. The proposal to provide more documentation is an absolute JOKE...the debt collector will make the documents....this is already a huge are playing right into their HANDS...
I have one question for all Consumer attorneys...What happened to the HDC argument? I say that most of this "JUNK DEBT" (mortgage notes especially) do not fit the H.D.C. argument. Most of these debts are uncollectable based on their origins. Most of these debt collectors refer to the R.T.C. which was a special program that ended in the nineties. I would like to here more about these issues.

Blu loony

The CFPB truly doesn't have control of the servicing industry. My plight tells the true story of the destruction a servicer can inflict on a person for almost 2 years. This is happening right now and no one cares.
At the end of 2014 I requested guidance from Wells Fargo(WF) about my interest rate increase. This simple request has turned into a fight for honesty and having integrity when there’s a mistake. WF has fraudulently destroyed my 800+ credit score, discriminated against me, and broken several key loan servicing laws. All of the allegations against WF are supported by my documents. I want to hold WF accountable for the indiscretions against me. You may find my story and supporting documents on Please evaluate my problem wholeheartedly.

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