Archive for November, 2016

If you suffered abuse, neglect, or monet

If you suffered abuse, neglect, or monetary damages resulting from the Banks Abusive and Predatory Lending Practices, Debt Collection Practices, Mortgage Securitization Fraud (Double Dipping), Predatory Lending (fraud), Dual Tracking, Loan Modification lies and abuse, bait and switch tactics, unconscionability, breach of contract, misrepresentation, Elder Abuse, Financial Abuse, Racial Targeting and Discrimination, or other Fraud, you may be entitled to Legal Damages ($$$$) as a result of these pervasive banking practices, up to and including reversal of your sales, monetary damages from the bank, attorneys fees, and costs. Please Contact CFLA at 888-758-CFLA immediately to ascertain what you are entitled to in damages… We have Attorneys in all 50 States. 888-758-2352. http://www.certifiedforensicloanauditors.com/wrongful-foreclosure-lawsuits.html

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The U.S. government let a high-profile m

The U.S. government let a high-profile mortgage case against Bank of America quietly fizzle out this week. http://ow.ly/eADY306GCLz

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STOP FORECLOSURE NOW ~ Attorneys All 50

STOP FORECLOSURE NOW ~ Attorneys All 50 States http://ow.ly/arUo306EdM3

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Get Certified! CFLA offers monthly Onlin

Get Certified! CFLA offers monthly Online Mortgage Securitization Analyst Training Certification classes taught by Industry Expert, Michael Carrigan.
See our upcoming 2017 class schedule http://ow.ly/U9A3r

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CFLA’s weekly newsletter includes Recen

CFLA’s weekly newsletter includes Recent Industry News Releases, Upcoming Mortgage Securitization & Attorney CLE Classes, Litigation Packages to Stop Foreclosure, Sponsored Advertising and more. http://ow.ly/ffP6300YJKJ

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The U.S. government let a high-profile m

The U.S. government let a high-profile mortgage case against Bank of America quietly fizzle out this week. http://ow.ly/1W3y306ygnu

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All of these adjectives describing secur

All of these adjectives describing securitization add up to one thing: the claims were false. For the most part none of the securitizations ever happened. http://ow.ly/cl4T306yga7

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