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Wednesday, June 05, 2019


Miranda Cisneros Bell

Many victims of the epidemic of foreclosure fraud that occurred between 2008 - 2012 are still suffering from the repercussions of illegal foreclosures that were ratified in 2009. Many victims like myself were included in the National Mortgage Settlement and or The Independent Foreclosure Review (my foreclosure was included in both settlements) whose foreclosures were declared defective or fraudulent, like mine, are still suffering from the affects of their illegal actions. Banks that were included in the settlements were supposed to protect victims from further actions as a result of their illegal foreclosures. Many post foreclosure financial schemes are still destroying the same people who were violated by unconstitutional foreclosures that Servicers and Substitute Trustees engaged in that triggered the Settlements and the Consent Decrees signed by TBTF Banks.

The economy will continue to lag because millions of victims from the 2008 crisis (like my family) are still being destroyed by post foreclosure actions filed by entities using the same fraudulent documents that were used in the 2008 - 2012 illegal foreclosures. Until the courts recognize the victims rights included in the Settlements, than the victims will never obtain justice for the crimes that were committed to ruin their lives and leave them destroyed without any remedy.

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