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Saturday, April 07, 2018

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Edwin Bell

Here is another question that should be ask.
Will the CFPB investigate and file charges against violators of the National Mortgage Settlement?
According to one particular NMS (15.(a) Any criminal liability) clause in the settlement, action is clearly required for protection of families who are being injured currently with ONGOING fraud from the same illegal foreclosures used to file the original charges at the Department of Justice.
Hundreds of thousands have been illegally preyed upon using fraud from the National Mortgage Settlement....surely relief will be demanded and required under the law eventually. Most of the illegal NMS15a illegal judgments in Maryland were all purposely plotted with "SEWER SERVICE" so that over 1000 Marylanders would NOT KNOW about 100K DEFAULT judgments hanging over their HEADS. NMS15a crimes are an injustice of major proportions and should be stopped immediately.

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