Patricia Boglin 
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Re: “Are Foreclosure Cases Rigged?

I know that this is an older article, but I have no doubt that the system is rigged against homeowners. I didn't have ANY issue with Bank of America until I filed Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and suddenly they're alleging owed Escrow (by as much as $19,000 at one point)and filing claims against me. And to date, I haven't missed a mortgage payment. My payments changed 5 times in a 3 month period last year, and no one seemed to think this was odd. My attorney filed a contempt of court order in November, because BAC was refusing my payments unless I added an additional $100 to each payment, and instead of getting my "day in court", the BK judge just ordered them to give me back my $100 and $200 toward court costs. I know this does not sound as bad as many others cases, but since filing BK there has not been a day in which I felt safe in my home. Every TIME I mail in or call in my mortgage payment, I break out in a cold sweat wondering what demands they'll now give me. It's been a stressful year, and they STILL haven't even proven that they even hold the note, even after I've submitted a QWR and filed two complaints with the CFPB. The second was closed because BAC said that they were selling their servicing rights to another provider. A week after the CFPB closed my complaint, I got a letter from BAC stating that they would remain my servicer. The CFPB wouldn't take my complaint after that because they said that since the servicer had responded that the complaint was closed. Never mind the fact that the response was incomplete.

Posted by Patricia Boglin on 02/01/2016 at 3:52 PM

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