BofA Gave Bonuses to Foreclose on Clients, Lawsuit Claims

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BofA Gave Bonuses to Foreclose on Clients, Lawsuit Claims

BofA Gave Bonuses to Foreclose on Clients, Lawsuit Claims

Related: Read the affidavit… BOA “SENIOR COLLECTOR” Simone Gordon: “I lied because I was told to lie.”

Bloomberg-

Bank of America Corp. (BAC), the second-biggest U.S. lender, rewarded staff with cash bonuses and gift cards for meeting quotas tied to sending distressed homeowners into foreclosure, former employees said in court documents.

Mortgage workers falsified records and were told to delay U.S. loan-assistance applications by requesting paperwork that the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank had already received, according to statements from ex-employees filed last week in federal court in Boston. The lender improperly disqualified applicants to the Home Affordable Modification Program, or HAMP, according to a May 23 statement from Simone Gordon, a loss-mitigation specialist who left the company in 2012.

“We were regularly drilled that it was our job to maximize fees for the bank by fostering and extending delay of the HAMP modification process by any means we could,” Gordon said. Managers instructed staff to “delay modifications by telling homeowners who called in that their documents were ‘under review,’ when in fact, there had been no review,” she said. The bank has denied the plantiffs’ allegations.

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