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The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency missed
signs of the robo-signing scandal because its examiners underestimated
the risk and lacked enough guidance to find it, according to the
Treasury Department Inspector General.
In March, the five largest mortgage servicers settled
with federal regulators and the state attorneys for $25 ...
Have you heard of eWarehouseOne?
To view TBWSDaily's video on this alleged fraud click here
eWarehouseOne's website can be found at ewarehouseone.com
Interestingly, all of the names of their account executives have been
recently removed from the website. Reports suggest that over a quarter
of a million dollars in application ...
How many homeowners have the banks been able to help following the
National Mortgage Settlement? According to this West Palm Beach news
report, apparently, not many... yet.
PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - It's been three months since the $25 billion National Mortgage Settlement was announced.
The news was exciting for millions of ...
An article today on MSN.com shed more light on what was supposed to have been fixed already but it’s obvious based on the article that the ROBO Signing mess and the subsequent multibillion dollar settlement with the all of the countries Attorney Generals has done little to change at least one of the big banks.
Based on sources ...