It’s nice to see Gretchen Morgenson back on the beat of financial fraud. We need more exposure to what everyone who has battling foreclosures already knows — that virtually all of the documents relied upon by would-be foreclosers are false, fraudulent, fabricated and forged. These revelations appear to be the only way judges will stop allowing presumptions of false facts to dominate their rulings.
It is safe to assume that if the documents, business records or even correspondence is from Wells Fargo there is a high likelihood that it contains false information. This is most likely true for the other mega banks too.
In this article the New York Times exposes a practice that baffles…
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