NY state regulators eyeing Wells Fargo foreclosure manual

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NY state regulators eyeing Wells Fargo foreclosure manual

NY state regulators eyeing Wells Fargo foreclosure manual

Manual first posted on this site last week: Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Foreclosure Attorney Procedure Manual, Version 1 Status: Revision 3 Origination Date: 11/09/2011 Date Last Published: 02/24/2012

and just this week this affidavit manual: Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Foreclosure Affidavit Processing Training Manual

NY Post-

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and three major regulators are investigating allegations made in a federal court case that Wells Fargo has set up detailed internal procedures to fabricate foreclosure papers on demand.

A spokesman for Wells Fargo, the nation’s largest mortgage servicer, denied the allegations. He said the manual excludes details of the bank’s internal procedures and checkpoints, which would demonstrate that the bank has not engaged in any misconduct..

“Wells Fargo’s foreclosure processes — today and back in 2012 — are appropriate [and] legal. To allege otherwise is simply misrepresenting the facts,” said the spokesman.

[NEW YORK POST]

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2 Responses to “NY state regulators eyeing Wells Fargo foreclosure manual”

  1. GuyFawkesLives says:

    The regulators are looking at these manuals because then they can write legislation to make it all legal.

  2. john stoddard says:

    I am starting a partition to banish well-fuck-o out of my county! lake county California I am starting a radio show on 88.1 “”””can-you-help? my e-mail is john1963327007@yahoo.com

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