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Friday, February 10, 2017


Edwin Bell

Congress does not need to silence consumers ...the CFPB did a great job of helping illegal debt collectors by reviewing valid complaints, then using a form letter to dismiss complaints. Many IFR cases are part of a post foreclosure scheme which uses counterfeit docs against many innocent IFR & NMS families. Many Families have been injured and are being injured by crimes committed post foreclosure by illegal debt collectors using fake docs from defective fraudulent foreclosures. CFPB turns their back on anything to do with the massive failures of the Independent Foreclosure Review or The National Mortgage Settlement.

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