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Why You Don’t Know that Thousands of Homeowners Are Winning Foreclosure Cases

Everyone needs to write this Judge and ask them not to sign the proposed order submitted by Bank of America. His mailing address and other contact information can be found here: http://www.caeb.uscourts.gov/Judges/Klein.aspx

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Bottom Line: As soon as there is a “negative outcome” for the Banks it goes into their trash compactor and disappears. The main tool is the use of a confidentiality agreement in which the homeowner practically gives up his/her life if they discuss the case at all. In these cases the banks have even paid more than the verdict or court order to silence the homeowner and their attorney. (see below)

The effect is that when you Google various terms searching for ways in which homeowners won, you don’t see very much. This discourages both homeowners from hiring attorneys and discourages lawyers from taking a case they think will be a loss.

The key to any successful result is persistence. Up until final payment or settlement the banks use a scripted pattern to discredit and undermine the confidence of both the attorney and the homeowner. It’s a form of bullying…

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Senate Votes To Kill CFPB Arbitration Rule with Pence Casting the Tie Breaking Vote

The U.S. Senate voted Tuesday to overturn a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule that would have prohibited class action bans from arbitration clauses. The Senate voted 51-50 to nullify the CFPB’s arbitration rule, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie. All but two Republicans voted in favor of the disapproval resolution, with Sens. Lindsey Graham of South…

via Senate Votes To Kill CFPB Arbitration Rule, Pence Tie Breaking Vote — considertheconsumer

The vote in the Senate with Vice President Pence breaking the tie is just more proof that Donald Trump is just as much a tool of Wall Street and the big corporations as Hillary Clinton.

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