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Don’t Let Predatory Lenders Get Away With Foreclosure Fraud


The banks don’t want you to know that you have options and can fight back against fraudulent foreclosures.

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									      Don’t Let Predatory
    Lenders Get Away With
      Foreclosure Fraud
Foreclosure rates across the country continue to be out of control and on the rise.
We did see a brief reprieve in the number of foreclosures happening, but that was
merely the calm before the storm, and only as a result of 23 states that require
judicial review on foreclosure cases putting a hold on all foreclosures due to
widespread foreclosure fraud conducted by predatory lenders such as Bank of
America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, GMAC and US Bank.

One of the problems that have led to those predatory lenders being able to get
away with forcing fraudulent foreclosures through the courts is because they want
you to think that you have no other option when faced with foreclosure other than
to give in to them and hand even more of your hard earned money over to them.
These banks don’t want you to know what your options are when it comes to
mounting a good foreclosure defense.

If you are one of the millions of American homeowners that are in desperate need of
a good foreclosure defense in order to keep your home, you should consider having
a forensic loan audit in conjunction with a securitization audit. These two audits can
determine if your lender does in fact maintain the legal right to foreclose on your
property, or if you have been the victim of a fraudulent foreclosure.

Forensic audits in the form of securitization audits and forensic loan audits are the
best way to discover foreclosure fraud and keep it from becoming a major problem
for you. Thanks to the evidence that has been uncovered from these audits, many
people have been able to avoid losing their homes to a fraudulent foreclosure.

A securitization audit can also provide a valuable foreclosure defense for you.
During a securitization audit, a securitization auditor will search through and
examine hundreds of thousands of documents to determine if your mortgage was
securitized, and who owns the deed and who owns the debt. You would be amazed
at how many times the deed and mortgage have become separated, resulting in
fradulent foreclosure attempts on the part of the lenders.

A securitization audit can determine if it was an actual bank employee that was
authorized to sign the document was the one that signed off on it, or if it was a robo-
signer, and therefore a fraudulent foreclosure.
This is why if you need foreclosure help, you should not hesitate to contact Tila
Solutions to give you the foreclosure help you need. For over a decade, Tila
Solutions has been looking out for the homeowner with their forensic loan audits
and securitization audits. If you need help stopping foreclosure, a Tila Solutions
Consultant is available by telephone at (702) 508-0335. Or you can visit the Tila
Solutions website at foreclosure defense.

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