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A Case Against Litton

A Case Against Litton

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Published by MortgageClaimCenter
Report on Mortgage Servicing Fraud
Report on Mortgage Servicing Fraud

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Categories:Types, Research, Law
Published by: MortgageClaimCenter on Jun 27, 2011
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Legal Disclaimer
The writer, Andy Williams is NOT an attorney.
The information contained in A Case against Litton Loans Servicing LP is for education purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice.The information in this book is written from the perspective of Andy Williams Jr. and hisfive years of research concerning industry mortgage servicing fraud and Litton Loans.Andy is a paralegal and an advocate protecting consumers against abusive lending and lenders.Andy has not attended law school and is not authorized to practice law in any state.The purpose of this book is to expose the criminal enterprise and income derivedfrom mortgage servicing fraud. It is my hope that my research, knowledge andunderstanding will be utilized in providing a form of relief concerning foreclosures inAmerica.The writer and publisher of this book shall not be liable for any special,consequential, or exemplary damages resulting in whole or in part from the reader’s useof, or reliance in this material.
About Andy Williams
Andy Williams Jr. is a Paralegal and Consumer Advocate who strives to educate and protectconsumers against abusive lendingPrior to becoming a Paralegal, Andy worked in themortgage industry for nine years. He was a mortgage broker with experience in originating, processing and closing conventional, sub-prime and FHA loans. He is skilled in analyzingclient needs while recommending the appropriate loan products. In March of 2005, national home-mortgage giant Litton Loans Servicing LP and TheBank of New York, began foreclosure proceedings to take the suburban Chicago home*of Andy Williams and his family. Unlike your average consumer, however, Williams was the president of a mortgage brokerage firm. Williams, who is also a paralegal, decided to fight back. As he fought tokeep his own home, he soon realized that he was being victimized by the kind of aggressive servicing tactics that are affecting homeowners nationwide.The mortgage company's foreclosure was based on their allegations that Williams hadmissed 3 payments. Williams sent his payment history in the form of bank drafts to provethere must be an error in the company's records, but the bank ignored the evidence andcontinued the foreclosure process.Seeing a pattern with his own experience, Williams researched Litton Loans and found hewas far from the company's first ill-treated customer. The Federal Trade Commission hasover 1,100 complaints filed against Litton which resulted in some payouts to borrowers; consumer affairs has several complaints, and there are websites that reportssimilar cases against Litton. www.rip-off-report.com .Andy is now an advocate determined to educate and help consumers currently facingforeclosure. Contact info:Andy Williamsawilliams@ccanow.comwww.ccanow.com* Andy Williams Sr. was the purchaser of the home along with Andy Jr's wife. Andy WilliamsJr. was responsible for making the payments.

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