Wells Fargo Refusal to Modify Mortgage Loans Settlement

Wells Fargo is paying $18.5 million to settle a class action alleging that borrowers were denied home mortgage modifications, even though they qualified for them, and then lost their homes in foreclosure. The bank has admitted that it did this because of a calculation error and previously sent checks to affected borrowers.  Read more

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KeyBank Failure to Send Out Mortgage Satisfactions New York Class Action

When mortgages are paid off, the mortgage company must provide to the appropriate record keeper a satisfaction of mortgage document in a timely manner. The complaint for this class action alleges that KeyBank, NA does not do this within the time required.  Read more

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Bank of America Foreclosures in Covid-19 Emergency West Virginia Class Action

Can a class action provide help in a national emergency? This class action seeks to stop foreclosures by Bank of America, NA (BoA) in West Virginia “during the national emergency caused by the spread of the Covid-19 virus. During this nationally declared emergency, foreclosures cannot be conducted at an appropriate time consistent with the contracts  Read more

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Wells Fargo Denial of Mortgage Loan Modifications New York Class Action

How would you feel if a “faulty calculation” caused you to lose your home? The complaint for this class action alleges that that’s what happened to two couples, and many more homeowners, due to Wells Fargo’s denial to them of mortgage loan modifications.  Read more

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Wells Fargo Mortgage Modification Error and Foreclosures Class Action

In 2018, Wells Fargo revealed that “a calculation error” in the software it used to for the modification of mortgage loans. That error resulted in 870 homeowners being denied mortgage modifications they should have gotten. This class action is brought by a couple who were among those wrongly denied a modification.   Read more

Wells Fargo Denied Borrowers HAMP Home Loan Adjustments Class Action

Wells Fargo has seen a number of scandals, including its employees opening fake accounts for real customers and its force-placing of unnecessary auto insurance on car loan borrowers. Now, the complaint for this class action alleges that the bank wrongfully refused certain customers home loan modifications under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).   Read more

Mariner Finance Refinancing and Insurance Charges Maryland Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Mariner Finance, LLC. The complaint alleged that Mariner charged customers refinancing charges but did not include those with the simply interest rate in the promissory notes, possibly because the interest rates might then higher than allowed by Maryland laws. It also claimed that Mariner retained a portion of  Read more

Wells Fargo Mortgage Modification Without California Balloon Payment Notice Class Action

If a mortgage loan modification results in all or part of the loan requiring a balloon payment, California law requires that the modifying bank properly inform the mortgage holders. But the complaint for this class action claims that Wells Fargo provided no such notice to plaintiffs Joseph and Lisa Wyman that they would owe a  Read more

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