Wells Fargo told to pay $3.2M for 'sh...

Wells Fargo told to pay $3.2M for 'shocking' foreclosure

There are 3 comments on the TwinCities story from Mar 7, 2014, titled Wells Fargo told to pay $3.2M for 'shocking' foreclosure. In it, TwinCities reports that:

A New Mexico judge has issued a $3.2 million judgment against Wells Fargo & Co. for foreclosing on a man's home after his death, even though he had a purchased an insurance policy through the bank that would have paid the remaining balance on his mortgage.

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Since: Nov 13

Sydney, Australia

#1 Mar 8, 2014
eBay's fundamental fraud on its consumers

The fundamental fraud on consumers by eBay is eBay's demonstrably false claim to have “sophisticated and proactive” systems in place to control shill bidding fraud. Clearly, eBay has no such systems in place, and such a claim is therefore a "false representation for the purpose of making a gain” and that is effectively a criminal fraud on eBay users, a deliberate and outrageous deception on eBay’s great many trusting users, leading those users to believe that the warm woolly coats on their backs are safe when, in fact, eBay is leading them into the shearing shed where eBay’s wolves are laying in wait. Indeed, eBay has been tacitly aiding and abetting, and effectively encouraging such criminal activity since the year dot, and particularly so since Johnny Ho introduced additional anonymity for bidding IDs in 2008, for no other reason than to further obscure shill bidding fraud from which eBay profits handsomely … http://bit.ly/11F2eas

But, eBay is an equal opportunity fraudster

eBay is an equal opportunity fraudster: they will knowingly facilitate the defrauding of both buyers and sellers. Indeed, eBay is—demonstrably—the greatest knowing and calculated facilitator of the most massive, endemic, auction fraud on consumers that the world is ever likely to know and, doubtless, there will be a trickle down effect of like criminal activity to their other operations ...

The ugly reality of eBay Inc.:
eBay's crooked auctions marketplace ... http://bit.ly/11F2eas
eBay Motors (UK sampling): Auction Fraud Galore ... http://bit.ly/I2gTEU
eBay Motors XSS Redirect Scams in Action: video ... http://bit.ly/1d46NvE
eBay/Gumtree / Barclays Bank Motors Scams … http://bit.ly/1c9Uwck
eBay's clunky, unscrupulous "PreyPal" ... http://bit.ly/UVXx53
The ongoing joke of eBay Inc.... http://bit.ly/YvxFEg
Fun quotes from the eBay executive suite ... http://bit.ly/12xvzyA
On Facebook ... http://on.fb.me/Jktyo4

Since: Nov 12


#2 Mar 10, 2014
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Hats Off To The Judge

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Mar 16, 2014
This is the kind of story that has a just ending due to a Judge who can see it for what it really is. Thank god there are still some around who do the right thing for the consumer who is preyed upon by these unscrupulous companies over and over. These day it appears some companies feel what they don't tell you is o.k. Honesty is something in the past. Consumers are scammed everyday and one example is the life insurance companies who sell you policies but don't actually explain the difference, so after you've had it for 40 years or more, they then contact you and tell you it has to be cashed in because it's an endowment policy and you can't have it when you become a senior, and of course when you become a senior it is difficult and costly to get life insurance without paying an arm and a leg considering seniors are on a fixed income this becomes a problem. These institutions seem to think they can do what they want without consequences. "Go Get this one Judge."

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