Monday, July 26th, 2010 at 8:42 am
in the mail stating that feb 26 that bank will sell the house april 27, 2010, I would never have rent this house if i had known can I sue the landlord for fraud.
ok maybe its not fraud but he has known for a year he owes 144,000. moving isn’t free neither is movig to a new place.
the bank wantsme out before the 27 of april
Monday, July 26th, 2010 at 1:05 am
I paid my rents on time. & he was in default before I resigned my lease. Isn’t that fraud? What can I do other than sit here & wait for the bank to tell us to get out?
Saturday, July 24th, 2010 at 3:14 pm
If I buy something else before it does and then walk away, is that fraud?
Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at 11:10 pm
rented a home from a woman who presented the house through a reality company as being avaialble for 12 month lease. Within the first week I moved in a mortgage loan collector came to the door, and said he had been to the property for several weeks trying to give notice, but the property was vacant. My landlord 2 weeks later came to me, and confirmed that the house was in the process of forclosure, and that my family, and I have to leave. Up front I gave her 75.00 for security, and 75.00 to the leasing company she listed the home through as first months rent counted to their comission ( I moved in the 10th of OCT and my prorate was to be paid in November). My landlord returned my security, and check for my 2nd month’s rent uncashed, but I believe the reality company is also responsible for presenting me with a lease that was never valid, and should return the money I paid to them, and then they go after my lanlord for commiting fraud.
Yes my husband will contact a lawyer, but we prefer not to sue, and just curious what others believe my legal rights are in this matter.
The house was already going under forclosure AT THE TIME we were signing the lease our landlord just thought she could get out of it by renting out the home.
Also I think the reality company is at some fault for presenting us with a false lease – they didn’t check teh status of the property THEY wer representing, and DI NOT inform us that they don’t chekc teh status of tehir clients or properties before they offer a lease to us – I’m not saying they shouldn’t get paid, but my lanlord should have the loss not me considerign she scammed us, and I am out A LOT of money having to move again – not asking her to pay for anything other then the money she wrongly collected in the first place.
my typing sucks sorry for spelling errors
I don’t get it why do they conartists always win? I didn’t pay ot live in a house that was being forclosed apon, and I DO NOT want to live in a hous etaht is going through forclosure I dont care if they like me to live here on free rent I don’t want to I just want the money back so my children can be in a stable reliable living situation. I have a son with autism as well who doesn’t adjust to change eaisly, and the stress of moving again is going to be a great struggle after just moving 3,000 miles away, him learning to adjust to this new place – It is just not right at all. I fell taken advantage of, and its not fair to my family.
Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at 3:03 pm
As an investigator of fraud in the financial services buisness, it was brought to my attention that people are being refused interviews because of poor credit.
Employers are contacting people because of their resume but have often told them they must have good credit, etc or they cannot be considered. So it is not a matter of a good resume or lack of skills.
Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at 7:57 am
College student looking to rent room from homeowners. Don’t want to be a victim and caught up in a scam/fraud.
Where is a free website to look up foreclosed properties? The house I’m looking to rent is in the Prince George’s County of Maryland.
Is there any realtor or mortgage broker who would be willing to give their contact info for further questions?
Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 at 10:14 pm
I am filing a civil law suit and I want to see other cases similar that relate to wrongful death, fraud, embezzelment, slander.libel, perjury, just to mention a few. I know I need a lawyer, but I trying this one on my own right now.
Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 at 3:53 pm
The results of the fraud ( perpetrated by a family member) was to file bankruptcy. I recently settled my chapter 13 bankruptcy and avoided foreclosure. Now with a low credit score and no credit cards, I still own my home but wish to refinance to consolidate my first and second mortgages at a lower interest rate. Are there any programs through Fannie Mae or other federal programs?
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 at 8:09 am
I was Illegally locked out of my home by a realtor claiming foreclosure on what I believe was a fictitious loan. The Foreclosure notice that was filed in the city’s land records was signed by an attorney, not a court officer. Isn’t it supposed to be signed by a judge or appointee. Evidence suggest that fraud was committed in at least one of the property transaction.
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 at 12:49 am
Did anyone higher a good lawyer about foreclosure prevention, predatory lending and got really good help? There are a lot of fraud companies out there nowadays. Could you please give me the name of the lawyer and his number/email. I would appreciate it very much. Thank you in advance.