Another good blog post by Neil Garfield on the power of rescission under the Truth in Lending Act.
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Mobile restaurant owner Jim Walker has a simple message for Wells Fargo: LIARS.
That’s the message he displayed a little more than two weeks ago in a banner hung outside one of his businesses, the OK Bicycle Shop, located at Dauphin Street and Washington Avenue. 108 more words
More people that have been victims of big bank abuses need to start doing what Jim Walker is doing. If more people started doing that it would at least get the issue of big bank abuses more publicity.
Who remembers the Yano-Horoski v. IndyMac case? Everyone in foreclosure defense world were thrilled that the trial court cancelled their mortgage and note after finding that the lender engaged in “offensive” and “repugnant” actions. 518 more words
Blog post from Neil Garfield discussing how the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a case against Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs that was filed by the FDIC. The banks convinced the trial court to agree with their arguments that the statute of limitations ran out. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed and reversed the decision of the trial court.
Great blog post by Neil Garfield listing the numerous times that Wells Fargo has been criticized by the Courts for illegal, clandestine, arrogant or shameful behavior. I personally have worked on two different cases where Wells Fargo manufactured evidence. I am actually surprised that the list is not at least twice as long!