GMAC Mortgage Steals LA Home

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GMAC offers loan modification, accepts payments, and forecloses on homeowners, 5 months into the modification, despite GMAC representative admitting that homeowner was not at fault. Listen to the bank admit to missapplying payments, while foreclosing on Los Angeles, CA homeowners.

19 Comments For This Post

  1. smwtubeit Says:

    This reminds me of what I am going through with GMAC. Nice presentation.
    Please drop me an email at smwrentals@gmail.com. Thanks.

  2. samten10a Says:

    Next I would never deal over the phone in person and record the whole conversation with the person or persons

  3. samten10a Says:

    If that was me the first thing I would spend all the time I can on web finding ideas on how to deal with this. Next is get to free legal clinic and find out how to file prosay case in fed court on you own. Judge hate them but it seem to work. in ca it seem to even more important to get to fed court

  4. PalabraMielSA Says:

    The worst of all is how the Federal Courts and some corrupt judges are aiding and abetting fraud, this has to end some way! Some how! And it will be done and accomplished if people like us keep exposing this information to the public the way we are doing NOW!

  5. PalabraMielSA Says:

    It is sad to hear the cases such as one of the State of Utah, where a State Stopped BAC Home Loans, LP from foreclosing properties until they complied with State Regulations, and the more shocking part of this article was to heard the attorney from BOFA stating the following; We BOFA will appeal this matter in a federal court since this judge on cares and is so concerned about the rights of the citizens and minorities :O

  6. PalabraMielSA Says:

    So what the heck did he just said to an entire Nation through this message??? That we have a corrupted justice system, in which they can commit al types of fraud and criminal activity WOW, let this be a sign that we need to remove this corrupted federal judges from our Legal Justice System, and bring Judges like Mr. Shumate to take their seat this is our Prayer.

  7. PalabraMielSA Says:

    This Judge hero of the People:

    St. George, UT) June 5, 2010 – A court order issued by Fifth District Court Judge James L. Shumate May 22, 2010 in St. George, Utah has stopped all foreclosure proceedings in the State of Utah by Bank of America Corporation, ; Recontrust Company, N.A; Home Loans Servicing, LP; Bank of America, FSB

  8. PalabraMielSA Says:

    This other corrupted Judge in favor of BAC :
    UPDATE – Bank of America Utah Foreclosures – Judge Clark Waddoups Rehears Arguments to Remand Cox case to State Court
    Posted by BuddyT on September 3, 2010 • Leave a Comment
    UPDATE – Bank of America Utah Foreclosures – Judge Clark Waddoups Rehears Arguments to Remand Cox case to State Court
    Fight Foreclosure Blog
    Or does he RECUSE himself???

  9. PalabraMielSA Says:

    Judge Clark Waddoups Rehears Arguments to Remand Cox case to State Court
    (Salt Lake City, UT) – Utah District Judge Clark Waddoups reheard arguments in the Peni Cox vs ReconTrust Company matter in which the Plaintiff’s attorneys contend the court erroneously ruled it had jurisdiction and vacated the preliminary injunction issued by a state court halting Bank of American/ReconTrust foreclosures in Utah

  10. PalabraMielSA Says:

    The oral and written presentation to the court by John Christian Barlow and E. Craig Smay said the court relied upon the wrong statute that produced an erroneous conclusion of preemption. The Plaintiff’s attorneys asked the court to correct its finding and remand the case to state court.

  11. PalabraMielSA Says:

    Judge Waddoups took the matter under advisement following written and oral arguments. His decision is expected in a few days followed by the judge’s Memorandum Decision explaining the basis upon which the case is determined.

  12. PalabraMielSA Says:

    Conflict of Interest? ABC 4 investigates judges’ ties to Bank of America
    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 News) – “They’re foreclosing illegally here in Utah.” Those were the words of St. George Attorney John Christian Barlow spoken in early June. Barlow at the time had appeared before a Federal Judge arguing that the banking giant, Bank of America, was foreclosing illegally in the State of Utah.

  13. PalabraMielSA Says:

    Barlow had succeeded in getting a 5th Circuit Court Judge to agree with him. As a result, the judge imposed an injunction on all Bank of America foreclosures. Weeks later, the case went before a Federal Judge where B.O.A. argued that they were regulated by federal, not state laws. Federal Judge Clark Waddoups heard the case, and threw out the injunction therefore Bank of America’s foreclosure company (ReConTrust) was allowed to foreclose once again

  14. PalabraMielSA Says:

    After the decision, ABC4 got a tip about the case and started digging. Our tipster said that Judge Waddoups may have a conflict of interest in hearing the B.O.A. cases. Why? Because Judge Waddoups’ old law firm represents Bank of America.
    We checked into Waddoups background. and found that the Federal Judge did work for Parr, Brown, Gee & Loveless for nearly 30 years. ABC 4 also found that Waddoups, as of 2008, drew a pension from the law firm.

  15. TheLIGHTinMYwindow Says:

    Please keep me posted, I am very interested in what happens to your case. I don’t think they want to settle the banks think they are above the law! And they seem to be, there is NO REPERCUSSIONS, NO MATTER WHAT THEY DO.

  16. mlinc06 Says:

    @TheLIGHTinMYwindow We are in Federal Court. You would think that the Defendants would want to settle when you consider the evidence.

  17. TheLIGHTinMYwindow Says:

    what ever happened? I have a similar situation with BOA.

  18. TheSyljones22 Says:

    can you contact me at 408-310-2621 because I have info to give about GMACM

  19. MrRastaman426 Says:

    The only way you’re going to get any relief is to file a lawsuit. It doesn’t have to be expensive, as you can do it yourself.

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