Federal lawsuit accuses Wells Fargo of unlawful foreclosure of Starkville man's home

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Federal lawsuit accuses Wells Fargo of unlawful foreclosure of Starkville man’s home

Federal lawsuit accuses Wells Fargo of unlawful foreclosure of Starkville man’s home

Clarion Ledger-

A Starkville daughter and father have filed a federal lawsuit against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage alleging the national bank unlawfully foreclosed on the father’s home while still negotiating with them.

Patty Parrish filed the lawsuit last month in federal court in Aberdeen on behalf of her father, Norman Frossard, who the lawsuit says suffers from dementia.

The lawsuit said Wells Fargo and agent Dean Morris, a foreclosure law firm, engaged in unlawful and deceptive dual tracking with Parrish and Frossard prior to the November 2017 foreclosure auction and continued to negotiate with them after the foreclosure auction had already occurred.

[THE CLARION LEDGER]

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