Inside the foreclosure factory: Pushing the files


Inside the foreclosure factory: Pushing the files

Inside the foreclosure factory: Pushing the files

Instead of putting a temporary halt on foreclosures, District Judge Rosemary Collyer, gives the banks 90 days to develop a plan to adhere to the new standards and 180 days to implement those plans. Until then, Americans losing their homes to foreclosure have little assurance that the seizures and sales are proper.

This might be equivalent of giving a burglar enough time to select & steal the high priced items in your home. Very well knowingly they are already inside. Unfreakingbelievable!

I suppose the title could have also been called Foreclosure Mills and The 4 Minute Foreclosure, in which I wrote briefly about back in 2010.


In a quiet office in downtown Charlotte, N.C., dozens of Wells Fargo’s foreclosure foot soldiers sit in cubicles cranking out documents the bank relies on to seize its share of the thousands of homes lost to foreclosure every week.

They stare at computer screens and prepare sworn affidavits that are used by lenders in courts across the country to seize homes. Paid $30,700 to start, these legal process specialists, the title that goes with the job, swear an oath under penalty of perjury that they’re corporate vice presidents. They’re peppered with e-mails from managers to meet daily quotas of at least 11 files day.

If they fall short, they face a verbal warning. Then written. Two written warnings could cost them the paycheck that supports a family. As more than one source for this story told, “I can’t afford to lose this job.”


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