HERE IS A WELCOME BIT OF NEWS. I HOPE THESE LOUSY, DISHONEST MORTGAGE LENDERS GET THEIR COME UPPANCE !
HOMEOWNERS FOR JUSTICE AGAINST MORTGAGE RACKETEERING
JOIN US TO STOP PREDATORY MORTGAGE LENDERS ACTING LIKE THIEVES
GIVE THIS SITE PUBLICITY AND TELL YOUR BAD MORTGAGE STORY IF YOU HAVE ONE TO TELL.
December 18, 2009
This site is for people who were unfortunate to be ripped off with dodgy mortgages by the mortgage racketeers in the sub-prime mortgage market.
We are looking to launch a class action legal challenge to the devious and sometimes fraudulent mortgage lenders who have milked so many thousands of homeowners of their hard earned equity in their houses. Then often maliciously repossessed homes just to evict families to make even more money out of them.
We want everyone wishing to seek compensation from these thieves to register here and join our endeavour to bring these grasping and greedy lenders to justice.
This site was only set in on 18th December 2009, so it is completely disorganised at present and there isn’t much here yet.
That will rapidly change. It will improve.
Meanwhile, just leave a comment for the moment and register your interest if you want to join us.
What would be really worthwhile is to hear what your mortgage story was and how you were taken to the cleaners by these unpleasant, immoral mortgage lenders.
Tell us your mortgage story here.
And if you would like to help us spread the word about this site and what we are aiming to do – bring the devious, predatory lenders to justice – then please can you post this link to this website anywhere you think it might help. That could be almost any other blog or website.
Here is the link to post:
Write your mortgage story in the comment box below. Don’t forget to say if you want it kept private and it won’t be published.
In any event, it is advisable to change your name, so the story becomes anonymous.
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