Has anyone ever successfully sued an abusive mortgage company and won?

1. Calling all hours of the day and night.

2. Having foreclosure as their primary objective and not allowing you to pay off your mortgage often sending back full or partial payments as “not good enough.” and demanding unreasonable amounts of money.

3. Taking your money but still hounding you night and day for more even if you are paid up for the month .

Has anyone ever successfully sued one of these mortgage companies?

By | 2013-08-26T19:21:11+00:00 August 26th, 2013|Mortgages Home Loans Interest Rate|4 Comments

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  1. Lynn August 26, 2013 at 8:52 PM - Reply

    As someone who really is being mistreated by my mortgage company and came within three weeks of losing my house, got to tell you – you’re fudging this story more towards pure BS than towards pure truth.

    You received foreclosure notices? Yeah, right. But you obviously never read the fine print. They TELL you how to save your house right on that horrifying piece of paper.

    They’re calling you all times of the day and night, but you’re up to date on your mortgage? Can someone give me a boat? The BS is too high and I can’t breathe.

    They took your money? The BS is now flooding the whole earth. They can’t “take” your money, unless you give it to them. They don’t have special access to your bank account and piggy bank. They have to play legal, even if they don’t deal in morality.

    So to answer your question – you’re behind in your payments to them, but are still considering suing them? Case closed – you’re simply not keeping your side of the contract, nor listening to them as they tell you what to do. Probably all due to the heavy amount of BS your covering yourself with and now expect everyone else to believe.

    HUGE HUGE hint – they TOLD YOU WHO TO GO TO TO FIX THIS MESS, but you’re spending your time building your own self-centered little case with large amounts of BS. The biggest keeper of bulls can’t out do the amount of BS you’re laying down.

  2. Ariaread August 26, 2013 at 7:38 PM - Reply

    Yes they have but they had the grounds for suing. You do not. When mortgage is NOT current you are in arrears and can be hounded.

  3. ChemGem August 26, 2013 at 7:24 PM - Reply

    Not a common person
    perhaps an MP would get away with it though
    which the goverment classify us as common people

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