If you think foreclosures are a thing of the past, think again

In order to maintain the illusion of legality and an orderly marketplace the banks and their servicers must continue to push foreclosures even if it means going after people who are not actually withholding payments. The legacy of the mortgage meltdown and the brainless government policies that let the banks get away with what they…

”The courts don’t want to hear about esoteric arguments about the securitization process.” How can the judges or any lawmaker refuse to discuss securitization? It happens to be at the core of the [mortgage] transaction, established and in place before the faux mortgage and note documents were even drafted.

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Hawaii Legislature and Consumer Protection Dept. Recognize Mortgage Fraud – But Defer Action This Year

By Sydney Sullivan

Homeowners in Hawaii are still victims of the mortgage fraud that originated at the turn of the century. Hawaii led the CHARGE changing some of the foreclosure statutes that were relatively unjust toward homeowners and in conflict with due process issues.

Even with those changes the foreclosure process, fraud on the courts, fraudulently concealed parties, forged documents, and troubling securitization/rehypothecation process still plague state records and the courts. Hawaii State Senator Mike Gabbard championed a Resolution “Requesting the Director of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to convene a MORTGAGE foreclosure fraud task force to develop recommendations to improve mortgage fraud protections for consumers.” Interest by many gave an opportunity for testimony and gained a hearing last Monday. SRC 181. Continue reading

Wells Fargo CEO Sloan received $1 million raise, bank says a day after critical hearing

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Interesting…

Wells Fargo WFC, +0.54% Chief Executive Timothy Sloan received total compensation of $18.4 million in 2018, according to the bank’s proxy statement released Wednesday, an increase of $1 million. Though his performance share award was $1 million less, he received a $2 million annual incentive due to what the bank called his “continued leadership on the Company’s top priority of rebuilding trust, and his performance against his 2018 individual qualitative performance objectives.”

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