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Thursday, March 15, 2018


Edwin Bell

The banks have not earned the trust of the American people back since all of the shenanigans started prior to 2008. Many banks are still partaking in actions concerning National Mortgage Settlement families who had foreclosures in 2009. There are many court actions occurring using the very same fraudulent documents from the original illegal foreclosures to acquire illegal deficiencies and BOGUS contract cases.
These CRIMES are still happening to NMS victims who should never have had further litigation based on their felonious foreclosures . Allowing ongoing NMS 15.(a) CRIMES to continue proves banks can break the law at will without any real consequences.

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