American families are fortunate to have Elizabeth Warren on their side, along with the 50 state attorney generals who are demanding reparations from the nation’ s large
Warren, who is the temporary head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (a quasi independent agency housed in the not-so-friendly Treasury Department) and these AGs are demanding justice.
It’s about time.
They want the big banks to pay dearly for the fraud they’ve perpetrated on potential homeowners in the form of robo-signings, lost titles, forged documents, phantom fees, willfully mismanaged loan modifications and a slew of other ruses even Kafka couldn’t imagine. Most of these homeowners are underwater – their homes worth less than their mortgages – and many are unable to meet their payments.
All have seen the value of their homes plummet.
Too bad all this didn’t happen at the start of
the economic meltdown, caused largely by the shenanigans of the banks and wall street.