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How a $35 Dollar Mistake Could Help Fight Foreclosure


Seminars are popping up around the country teaching homeowners how to fight foreclosure. NBC reporter Kerry Sanders reported on the “Today Show” about the latest efforts to help people save their homes. He looked at one fascinating loophole that could help. It has to do with mistakes on your mortgage documents that amount to $35 or more. Click on the video above to learn more.

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10 Responses to "How a $35 Dollar Mistake Could Help Fight Foreclosure"

  1. mrbonaparte says:
    try knockoutcollectors . com
  2. reel1840 says:
    lets keep it on the paper. with looks of leiusure same mistakes giving back might be the game.
  3. AceOfHeart2012 says:
    Where’s my bailout? I want my fucking house back. The one I paid for nearly 3 times over that was sold for $17,000 more than I allegedly owed on it. That one.
  4. jstillmank says:
    WHERE IS THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT?
  5. GThomason says:
    The BIG banks are committing Foreclosure Fraud, throwing people out of their homes by forging the documents. DEMAND that your bank produce YOUR ORIGINAL mortgage note with your “wet ink” signature (a copy is insufficient, just like a copy of a dollar bill is not a dollar). If the bank cannot produce YOUR original signed note, they can be sued for the mortgage amount +3 times the amt. They may just “give” you the house rather than pay 4X that amt. Do not refinance – They get a new signature.
  6. rbrouwer5 says:
    same situation….get an attorney..to much corruption in the paper system and mers…fight these jags. F@#k Chase and all the other banks.. They make way more on foreclosing then modification. thanks to the bailout to AIG and big banks.The Gov allowed this because all there buds (big banks ) were making huge money…and now with the biggest financial heist in American history they have hedged there bets and made money on the bailouts. For the people by the people.nope. For the Gov. by big bus.
  7. joanneandgary says:
    This strategy works, An agency in DC helped me use this to get the bank to finally work with us. I reduced my payment 46% for 5 years and the get started info was free and the paperwork was less than $200 I went to delay or stop foreclosure online, it was easy to find, also goes by homeowners assistance info, use discount code 7129098 as there is a grant available to keep costs under 200. I am so relieved and every American deserves to stay in their home good luck and God bless
  8. joanneandgary says:
    This strategy works, An agency in DC helped me use this to get the bank to finally work with us. I reduced my payment 46% for 5 years and the get started info was free and the paperwork was less than $200 I went to delay or stop foreclosure online, it was easy to find, also goes by homeowners assistance info, use discount code 7129098 as there is a grant available to keep costs under 200. I am so relieved and every American deserves to stay in their home good luck and God bless
  9. leppy111 says:
    Like the poster below say, produce the note- i mean you wouldn’t want to pay the wrong company or anything , that wouldn’t be fair :)
  10. exacerbatedtaboo says:
    Here’s another piece of advice. When they take you to court tell them you’ll be glad to pay the mortgage if they can produce the original note. Most of the time they won’t be able to cause they float those mortgages and make money off of them. They get floated around so much that usually there’s not telling who owns the note anymore.

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