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Forum Post: Paper Violence continues to Grind Americans To Death by Foreclosure.

Posted 11 years ago on May 15, 2013, 5:43 a.m. EST by DebtSUSPENSIONRights (181)
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Another in a very long list of death by foreclosure. This story shows how the real weapon is paper, wrongful, mistake ridden paper that simply winds its way through the court, causing death.




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[-] 2 points by GirlFriday (17435) 11 years ago

Despite admitting to that mistake, the bank would not allow Delassus to pay his original mortgage payment, and demanded the past due amount plus fees called “reinstatement.” During a phone conversation recorded by Trujillo, bank representatives were unable to tell Delassus what the total amount due was, and eventually simply hung up.


And Wells Fargo walks? Not a damn thing will be done?

[-] 1 points by DebtSUSPENSIONRights (181) 11 years ago

Wells Fargo was just fined millions for seeking too many debit card fees between 2004 and 2008.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 11 years ago

Good to hear, but we need criminal charges.

[-] 2 points by DebtSUSPENSIONRights (181) 11 years ago

Yes, there should be, that way in the future every huge corporation develop a red phone division that handles potentially devastating mistakes before they happen rather than simply pump more money into the legal department to defeat all problems after the fact.

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 11 years ago

It's a class war. Without violence, our only recourse is the identify every possible way to limit our interaction with WF, and any of their subsidiaries.

These corporate criminals consider the law to be something that applies to their customers, and not themselves.

It's not like Americans can expect any representation on these issues from their politicians.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 11 years ago

Shocking. Everyone should see this. Corporate War Of Agression.

[-] 1 points by DebtSUSPENSIONRights (181) 11 years ago

yes, but the successful war is being fought on paper moreso than the streets.