reply to post by FailedProphet
I will welcome a movement to make things fairer for all Americans...no matter how much money they have.
Would you welcome a debt-forgiveness movement? I hold a Master's degree, can not find full-time employment, am married to a man who is a tech genius
who also cannot find employment. I owe $50,000 in student loans, and there is no way I will ever be able to pay it off...so, basically, I'm not gonna.
Am I forgiven?
Can I just call my mortgage-holder, who "bought" my note without my permission, and tell them "I have paid you everything I am going to pay you. Add
up all the payments (excluding RE taxes and insurance) I have made to you. You will compute that I have paid for the purchase price of the house plus
another 20,000. That's all I'm willing to pay you.
And since I did not give you permission to "buy" my mortgage, I do not agree that we have a "contract." YOU have a piece of paper that SOMEONE ELSE
sold YOU, with MY NAME on it. And that's not fair. I don't want to do business with you, so I am not going to."
Do you agree that I should still be able to keep my education and my home?
What is your stance on that?
Any advice on how to go about it?
EDIT TO ADD: Oh, and btw, the mortgage-holder is the same bank that RUINED my EXCELLENT CREDIT RATING when my ex-husband defaulted on a credt card
debt AND a mortgage that were ordered by the court to be HIS RESPONSIBILITY. He walked away. My credit was ruined. And the bank refused to remove the
charge-off from MY CREDIT. So I can't refinance! Oh thank you so much, Chase bank, for building this trap around me!!
Is that fair? Jamie Dimon is the anti-Christ. I would welcome any movement to string him up by the heels and disembowel him publicly. He is a monster.
He is a psychopath. My only comfort is in knowing what awaits him after his death, which can not come too soon, in my opinion. And he is my "cohort"
inasmuch as we are the same age. Luck, you say? What about CRIMINAL GREED, CORRUPTION, and LIFE-RUINING EVIL?
edit on 18-10-2011 by wildtimes
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