B of A Parallel Foreclosure CONFESSION

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The U.S. Government may be using HAMP to swindle homeowners out of their homes.

(This article first appeared on another of my blogs called My Third Party, but it also belongs here on Parallel Foreclosure dot com as well).

The above youtube commercial for HAMP may be an example of a violation of the Federal Hobbs Act, the extortion clause. The U.S. government has set up a TAXPAYER FUNDED program called Home Affordable Mortgage Protection (HAMP) that PENALIZES taxpayers before they can even become eligible to apply for HAMP.

Before a homeowner is eligible to apply for HAMP, they must first fall 2-4 mortgage payments behind. At this point, Parallel Foreclosure has already commenced in which foreclosure paperwork is BEING PREPARED even before the homeowner is eligible to apply for HAMP.

But it's worse than that.

Once the HAMP application is filled out, the HAMP applicants credit score is ambushed and lowered. BEFORE the HAMP applicant has even finished the initial set of trial payments, the banksters are processing foreclosure paperwork on the homeowner's home and the homeowners credit rating has been trashed as well.

But it's worse than that.

The reduced payments offered to the homeowner during the HAMP trial period suddenly become a mirage and revert back to the regular payment amount if HAMP is denied. The homeowner is also retroactively penalized and must pay the difference between the original mortgage amount and the HAMP amount for every month they were on the HAMP trial!

But it's worse than that.

The desire by the mortgage servicers to deny HAMP looms in the background because the mortgage servicers get to assess penalties and fees for ALL of the reduced HAMP trial payment months, and the servicers get paid first once the home is repossessed and resold.

But it's worse than that.

Fees are also assessed against the foreclosed upon homeowner related to the RE-SELLING of the foreclosed home!

But it's worse than that.

The homeowners faith in the HAMP program ultimately leads to having less options and less time available to figure out what to do if they are incapacitated by a HAMP denial. You see, the banks have been accused of losing paperwork, forcing homeowners to file and refile and refile the same paperwork, then having to start over if they don't fit the filing with a very specific time frame.

A sadist could not design a more criminal program, and the commercial above tops it all off.

So, who will stop this madness? The dumbocrats, who just want to keep their congressional seat and will just go along with the White House?

The Republicants? Well, not the republicants that never met a bankster they did not like and who are willing to trade social security for more military expenditures.

Ralph Nader? I think Ralph Nader is afraid.

That leaves third party political parties. Nope, the temptation to use HAMP to promote one's own party's values will be difficult to overcome.

A consortium of third party political parties, could they band together and make noise about HAMP???? (you tell me).

This probably leaves the 50 attorney's generals as the best choice to stop this nonsense and prosecute the offenders.

Can't third party political parties just "get along" and make a difference before main street is completely decimated?

1 comment:

  1. This is the clearest point by point explanation - in lay person terms - that I have read. It is exactly what was done to us by GMAC, with one addition, we were moved off HAMP without our knowledge to another GMAC program that had no protections at all- Our home was foreclosed and sold for $179,000 less than what GMAC said we owed,and an amount we had said we were willing to get a regular refinanced loan on but were unable to do so because credit freezed up. About $102,000 of the "owed amount" was for fees and penalties, and balance of temporarily lowered payments, which in the end were actually a $1000 a month higher than the original loan payment.

    We had put $100.000 as a down payment.
    We paid more than $125,000 in payment over 4 years, and mad $60,000 in improvemnts.

    The person who bought our house at auction for $320,000, has now had the house on the market for several months listed at $420,000 - $59,000 less than what we were said to owe and were willing to play.

    Whatever it eventually sells for- property taxes will be lower than what we were paying and some mortgage lender will wind up with a smaller loan, earning them less money.






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