Posted 1 year ago on Jan. 21, 2012, 12:01 p.m. EST by geo2seeit2
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Your home must have been foreclosed on or started to be forclosed between 2009-2010. i called for mine and since my servicer was LITTON LOAN who was sold to OCWEN bank They show no record of it. So, i called the OCC and they saw that the home was foreclosed on, and now they have sent me the audit forms. This is one way the banks HIDE the Fraud. Goldman Sells Litton Loan ( too many lost lawsuits )Back to ocwean, thus LITTON LOAN SERVICING does not make the audit list....Nice Here is the link to Florida Today!
“We need to make sure this is done right,” he says. Some companies may finish before others. Some may beat the timelines in their letters. Some deadlines may get longer, Hubbard says. The OCC says servicers should not wait until all reviews are done to compensate homeowners. While 4 million cases are eligible for reviews, consultants will sample only some for errors such as unlawful foreclosures and excessive fees. Borrowers who faced a foreclosure action on their primary home by one of the 14 servicers in 2009 or 2010 are eligible for reviews. Anyone eligible who asks for a review by the April 30 deadline will get one, the OCC says. More information, and names of participating servicers, is available at 888-952-9105. http://www.floridatoday.com/article/20120116/BUSINESS/301160007/1086/rss07/Foreclosure-reviews-take-longer-than-expected