Nevada AG puts Bank of America on notice over Foreclosure Fraud

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Nevada AG puts Bank of America on notice over Foreclosure Fraud

Nevada AG puts Bank of America on notice over Foreclosure Fraud

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Call it Nevada’s version of David versus Goliath.

As foreclosures continue and homeowners cry foul against lenders in their bids to stay in their homes, Nevada’s Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is taking on Bank of America in federal court. And the issue is going to heat up as Cortez Masto’s office investigates BofA and other parties in the foreclosure process. She says criminal charges are likely coming to the industry soon, which could provide more ammunition for her foreclosure fraud case.

[VEGAS INC]

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3 Responses to “Nevada AG puts Bank of America on notice over Foreclosure Fraud”

  1. J. Borden says:

    It’s about time someone started talking about criminal charges.

  2. Ricco Pitts says:

    Yes it is way pasted time for someone to be in jail. Fraud is fraud no matter if it is just a John Doe or a major wall street bank.

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