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Salesi Lasike,
Thank you for your interest in The U.S. Mitigation Service. Below you will find
some links to some extremely informative video news clips giving you some powerful
insight on how lenders have been violating rights of homeowners that can cause severe
frustration to their families.

Banks give you the run around!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DVr9uJ1dJQ

ROAD TO RUIN: Mortgage Fraud Scandal Brewing


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6khYSTqHrqM

FBI Mortgage Fraud Crackdown


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fMlGGABcHs

BANK ADVISES FOR 3RD PARTY LOAN MITIGATORS


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhwyINqA9lU

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Forensic Audits are used to identify laws your lender broke!
The #1 goal of the Forensic Audit is to determine whether there were violations of federal law.

Experts Agree That 4 out of 5 Mortgage Loans Contain Serious State and Federal Violations

Now, a borrower can take a more offensive approach, and have a better chance of loan
modification, principal and rate reduction, refund, or rescission, regardless of their hardship or
payment history!

A 2006, FDIC Office of Inspector General Report revealed:


• 83% of the institutions examined were cited for "significant" compliance violations
• 43% of those institutions were "repeat offenders"
• 85% of those repeat offenders were highly rated by the FDIC for their in-place compliance
process

Many loans funded during the "boom" years of 2002-2006 were performed with legal violations.
Although only a fraction of the loans were funded with blatant disregard for the law, the majority of loans
have significant State and Federal violations resulting from carelessness, greed or just innocent
oversight by the lender and/or broker. However, no matter why these violations were performed by the
lender, these violations carry EXTREMELY stiff financial penalties for the lender, and can result in
SERIOUS legal consequences to the lender, such as forcing the lender to refund all interest paid to date
back to the borrower.

If these violations are found, then the borrower may be eligible for complete relief of the predatory loan
or a very favorable modification. Complete relief of the predatory mortgage is called as a loan rescission.
Meaning the lender takes back the “predatory loan” and awards or credits back to the borrower all
interest made on payments thus far, loan origination fees, all applicable lenders fees, penalties and
attorney’s fees

As part of the agreement we will perform an extensive and thorough examination of your mortgage loan
file to determine your loan's enforceability and what important remedies are available to you. Borrower
remedies can include the right to rescind a loan, block foreclosure, or secure refunds and monetary
damages. Notice of material violations will very likely compel a lender to modify a loan.

A forensic audit audits a loan for compliance against more than 330 consumer protection laws, is
widely recognized by the mortgage industry as the most comprehensive and precise auditing tool
available.

A forensic audit:
• Quickly analyzes mortgage loan data for compliance with critical provisions of more than 335
federal, state and local mortgage-related consumer protection laws and regulations.
• Compliance decision rules are maintained by in-house mortgage compliance attorneys and
audited by nationally-recognized outside counsel.
• Updates and enhancements are implemented regularly to ensure compliance with new regulatory
requirements, changes to existing laws, and evolving loan products and lending practice.

How Does a Forensic Loan Audit Help?


All mortgages must comply with fair lending laws. Any error or omission on the part of a
lender or their agents constitutes a violation. Our forensic loan audit verifies compliance
with the following:

• State and Federal Predatory Lending Laws


• Real Estate Settlement & Procedures Act (RESPA)
• Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
• Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA)
• Fair Housing Act (FHA)
• Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and more

“What LIES are in your Loan?”


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