Fraudulent Foreclosure? Fed Releases a Video on Independent Foreclosure Review PSA

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Fraudulent Foreclosure? Fed Releases a Video on Independent Foreclosure Review PSA

Fraudulent Foreclosure? Fed Releases a Video on Independent Foreclosure Review PSA

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The Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday announced the availability of a new video that explains how borrowers who believe they were financially harmed during the mortgage foreclosure process in 2009 and 2010 can apply for a free, independent foreclosure file review.

Both English and Spanish versions of the video are available for viewing on the Federal Reserve Board’s website and on YouTube Leaving the Board.

The brief announcement reminds borrowers that, as part of the enforcement actions taken in April 2011 by federal banking regulatory agencies, they may be eligible to receive compensation if the independent review finds evidence of direct financial injury due to servicer error. Borrowers are eligible for a review if their primary residence was in the foreclosure process in 2009 or 2010 and their mortgage loan servicer is participating in the Independent Foreclosure Review. The list of participating servicers can be found at: www.IndependentForeclosureReview.com Leaving the Board or at www.federalreserve.gov/consumerinfo/independent-foreclosure-review.htm

The deadline to request a foreclosure review is July 31, 2012. For more information, borrowers may call 888-952-9105 or visit www.IndependentForeclosureReview.com Leaving the Board.

For media inquiries, call 202-452-2955.

source: http://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/press/other/20120523a.htm

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7 Responses to “Fraudulent Foreclosure? Fed Releases a Video on Independent Foreclosure Review PSA”

  1. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty, Foe of Tyranny says:

    Yeah, right.

  2. dinsfla says:

    They’re doing all they can because no one and I mean no one is buying into their crap!

  3. brian davies says:

    hI,
    I filed mine. Very easy. It is like the CFPB site. May download 5 documents up to 3 mb each. I did my appeal and other documents.

    Brian Davies

  4. Ken Hansen says:

    Hi, I went to the CFPB website, and they told me to do the leg work that I would have expected the Justice Department to do. Oh well, that was easy, house gone, case closed.

  5. nydeemarie says:

    From expert opinion to documentary evidence…

    Make use of the Clerk, and…

    Weight that robo-signed puppy?…lol

    A notary public (or notary or public notary) is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-controversial matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business.

    Notary Public’s operate under the auspices of the NYS Department of State, Division of Licensing Services. However, the Suffolk County Clerk plays an important role in the Notary Public process.

    Upon passing an examination administered by the Department of State, paying the appropriate fees and completing the required paperwork, an Oath of Office card is sent to the Suffolk County Clerk from the NYS Secretary of State. This card is maintained in the Notary Division, where it will be filed.

    After a Notary’s card is on file the Suffolk County Clerk may be asked to verify the authenticity of a Notary’s signature. Authentication of a Notary Public’s signature is often required when foreign and other jurisdictions are involved.

    http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/tabid/93/mid/441/dnnprintmode/true/Default.aspx?SkinSrc=GSkins%2F_default%2FNo+Skin&ContainerSrc=GContainers%2F_default%2FNo+Container

  6. nydeemarie says:

    Do they ever robosign from Colorado??

    If so, they probably have one heck of a journal.. lol

    C5. Am I required to keep a journal?
    Colorado law requires notaries public to keep a journal entry for every notarial act. There is an exception, if the notarized
    document is retained by the notary’s firm or employer in the regular course of business. However, if documents are
    misfiled, lost, destroyed, or are otherwise unrecoverable, the notary may be exposed to considerable liability. Therefore, every notary is strongly encouraged to keep a well-maintained journal.

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=how%20to%20get%20a%20copy%20of%20a%20notary%20signature%20verified%20by%20the%20department%20of%20state&source=web&cd=4&ved=0CF0QFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sos.state.co.us%2Fpubs%2Fnotary%2Ffiles%2Fnotary_faqs.pdf&ei=Mcu_T4TgL9SJ6gGF1-XdCg&usg=AFQjCNGG3ALHJrP7SNXqF5S9S4_AYgTxfw&cad=rja

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