Sunday, March 23rd at 10:00 am EST
Attorney Linda Tirelli (NY)
- is representing a local homeowner in bankruptcy, alleges in court papers that the Wells Fargo manual sets forth “in detail a procedure for processing notes without endorsements and obtaining endorsements and allonges.”
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and three major regulators are investigating allegations made in a federal court case. that Wells Fargo has set up detailed internal procedures to fabricate foreclosure papers on demand.
Attorney Tirelli was also in the headlines last summer with this story:
Bank of America, the second-biggest U.S. lender, rewarded staff with cash bonuses and gift cards for meeting quotas tied to sending distressed homeowners into foreclosure, former employees said in court documents.
Attorney Tirelli, a White Plains, New York-based lawyer who represents clients seeking modifications from Bank of America, included these affidavits in a letter to the NY State Attorney General dated June 13.
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Heather Blair-Germann (LA) - a homeowner fighting foreclosure
Heather says:"I am discovering that the attorney connection with insurance/title/foreclosure/mortgage industry runs deep and creates a mind blowing conflict of interest. This makes it impossible for the consumer to find legal representation when dealing with this type of problem.
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