Any judge that gives Wells Fargo Bank the “benefit of the doubt” on any assertion, allegation or document is ignoring what is plain for all to see — that its business plan is based upon reporting profits, whether they are real or not, and that it method of operation consists of fraud.
The practices outlined in this article are not restricted to WFB. This is the business method of all the major banks in virtually all interactions in consumer lending.
The internal policies of the banks are designed to take advantage of the common bias of judges to believe that the bank must have gotten it right and that the consumer is trying to get off with a technicality. Nothing could be further from the truth. The borrowers have it right and the banks are getting off with legal technicalities that do not require them to actually prove that anything…
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