Posts Tagged ‘Wells Fargo’
I described the conditions when mortgages were paid before their due date on the first of the month in the first article. This update describes the outcome when I made the February payments. These payments were made between the first and sixteenth of the month.
On December 30, I paid mortgages on line to try and get a little break by paying “more interest” in 2009. While doing this I made “side by side” comparisons of the mortgage companies or their servicer. The mortgage companies used in this comparison were Wells Fargo, First Horizon, Saxon, and Everhome. I used statements, company websites, and transaction fees to rate my mortgage companies.
This is terrrible, ironic, and unfortunately it is still required. Years ago this proposal would have saved people from HSBC Finance, Citifinancial, and many others. Needless to say this decision is many years too late:
Two former Wells Fargo subprime-loan officers say bank employees targeted predominantly black ZIP codes and churches and deceptively steered prime borrowers into subprime loans. Selling the most profitable product is, by itself, not a crime. Mortgage brokers across the United States did the same thing.
For many years it has been our opinion that predatory lending became the acceptable norm, followed by a period of aggressive Wall Street greed. When predatory became subprime, and with regulators totally asleep, these 25 institutions effected the entire world economy: