Unfair Foreclosure Punished by Court Ruling

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RantMore proof that Wells Fargo Bank is evil as Judge Beatrice Brickhouse awards the estate of James Dollen 2.7 million dollars for foreclosing on his home even though his accidental death insurance policy ISSUED BY WELLS FARGO in Albuquerque,NM was supposed to cover mortgage payments!!

District Judge Brickhouse(curves in all the right places) stated the banks conduct was so shocking and morally reprehensible that 2.7 million bucks paid to the estate of  Dollen should be sufficient to deter such egregious breeches of justice by the bully bank in the future.

Bank publicity agent/spokesperson Jim Hines predictably said the monolithic, unyielding, and unfair financial institution would appeal the judge’s ruling ¬†claiming that the law firm who represented The Dollen Estate legal bill of $400,000 was excessively high.

Dollen had faithfully paid his insurance premiums to Wells Fargo until his accidental work death and the deceptive and cut throat bank still forecloses upon his families home!! We will close our account with Wells Fargo and refi with Charles Schwab. The only way to really hurt monsters like them is to NOT give them your business!

Well Fargo unjustly forecloses on home in Rio Rancho
Well Fargo unjustly forecloses on home in Rio Rancho
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  1. This is just part of very negative loan modification experience…WELLS FARGO MADE ME JUMP THRU HOOPS FOR A MODIFICATION ASKING FOR SOMETHING NEW EVERYTIME I ASKED WHAT THE STATUS WAS ON THE MODIFICATION. AFTER SUBMITTING ALL THE NECESSARY PAPERWORK WAS TOLD I WOULD BE MOTIFIED. WHEN I WAS NOTIFIED WEEKS LATER THEY SAID I HAD THE ABILITY TO PAY MY CURRENT MORTGAGE.

  2. Amy Loftsgordon, an excellent attorney, helped us out of foreclosure mess where the bank lied and altered the terms of our mortgage. We were deceived during the loan origination process. The bank gave us an adjustable rate which they arbitrarily increased even though they knew we lived off fixed incomes.

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