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Wells Fargo works very hard to keep homeowners in their homes whenever possible. In the case of Ms. Black, Wells Fargo is the trustee for the trust that owned the mortgage loan secured by her home. As the trustee, we perform certain administrative duties on behalf of the trust, but we are not responsible for making servicing or foreclosure decisions. Those decisions are made by the mortgage loan servicer, which in this case is Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC.
Ms. Black defaulted on her loan in August 2009. Carrington made numerous offers of assistance over the past three years, which included a loan modification, relocation assistance, and agreements to various stays and continuances. Even with those efforts, keeping Ms. Black in her home unfortunately wasn’t possible in this case. We have been in contact with Carrington and received confirmation that (i) the foreclosure and eviction were both performed lawfully and professionally, (ii) there was no automatic stay in place at the time of the eviction, and (iii) during the foreclosure process and before the eviction, numerous attempts were made to help Ms. Black.
Originally posted by Dystopiaphiliac
One out of seven US citizens are homeless, but there are twenty four empty homes for every one homeless US citizen. Greed, anybody? It all boils down to greed. Pure and simple. This is greed. People want MORE when they already have more than enough for themselves. Why do people feel the need to hoard things that they have no use for? F*** the banks and f*** the politicians and f*** the terrorist US government.
Originally posted by VforVendettea
Originally posted by crankyoldman
Here is the interesting thing. If she were on the street, sick, and struggling, it is assumed the same exact same "police" would or should, help her.
They helped Kelly Thomas out of life and he was sick and on the street.
Originally posted by Rastus3663
reply to post by Bedlam
I have vague recollections of a similar story I heard. Which part of Alabama was that in? I was a resident from 1992 until 2006.
Originally posted by PMNOrlando
This is the same Sheriff that took a Pro-Obama bus to a Catholic Church, also here in Orlando, FL...
You're a sheriff and spit in the face of a federal judge, you get US Marshals or FBI in force, with rifles, maybe with NG backing. There would be no dissent. The fact that the Orange County sheriff isn't getting butt poked in the federal slam would on face value indicate there's more to it than meets the eye.
Originally posted by Signals
"The police state isn't coming.....it's already here."
Breaking the law for disobeying the order not to evict. I would hope they would get charged with some kind of unlawful use of force pulling a weapon when they weren't supposed to be there in the first place.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Sissel
Many articles allege she does'nt owe money on the home.......
so WHY was she evicted in the first place? Can someone please explain.......