Blunt wants to criminalize mortgage f...

Blunt wants to criminalize mortgage fraud

There are 3 comments on the The Topeka Capital-Journal story from Jan 14, 2008, titled Blunt wants to criminalize mortgage fraud. In it, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that:

As national concern about home foreclosures and sub-prime loans grows, Gov. Matt Blunt on Monday proposed sending swindlers to prison.

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patti gault

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#1 Jan 14, 2008
I just went through a foreclosure for a fraudulent loan. the loan originated in california but was sold to saxon mortgage in texas...I tried to negotiate with them for 10 months...they would not change the loan...the first company fled the night.
I think saxon should be at least reprimanded for not helping me resolve the loan...I have been a teacher for 38 years.........this was a horrible experience.
I still own a home in bonham texas...tried to get saxon to do a trade or use it for collateral so I wouldn;t lose my california home but they would not. can you help me????

Since: Mar 09

Santa Cruz, CA

#2 Apr 7, 2009
Dr Patti, I'd love to help, although I'm not sure what I can do, and, besides, the dust of this trouble has probably blown away. I had thought there was much effort to prevent foreclosures, especially when the buyer was not at fault, as here. When you consider the Sec of Treasury is now peddling "toxic assets" which involve mostly bad loans for the benefit of the banks, you wonder just where the sympathy lies.

May this be the worst to ever happen to Dr Patti, the heroine of our class of '61!
Official Historian

Lubbock, TX

#3 Jul 25, 2014
B P Weaks wrote:
Dr Patti, I'd love to help, although I'm not sure what I can do, and, besides, the dust of this trouble has probably blown away. I had thought there was much effort to prevent foreclosures, especially when the buyer was not at fault, as here. When you consider the Sec of Treasury is now peddling "toxic assets" which involve mostly bad loans for the benefit of the banks, you wonder just where the sympathy lies.
May this be the worst to ever happen to Dr Patti, the heroine of our class of '61!
I think we should criminalize blunts. And microwave burritos. They ain't good for nothing except hippies when they're high on weed.

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