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  • Liar Liar!!! Buyer Beware of Mortgage Modification
    Liar Liar!!! Buyer Beware of Mortgage Modification

    Since the start of the foreclosure crises and the Home Affordable Modification Program, intended to assist distressed homeowners in obtaining loan modifications, two types of fraudulent programs have ...

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  • Do I Have To Leave My House After The Sheriff' Sale? The Ejectment And Eviction Process
    Do I Have To Leave My House After The Sheriff' Sale? The Ejectment And Eviction Process

    In Pennsylvania, in order to foreclose on your home, a lender must file a complaint in mortgage foreclosure in court and obtain a judgment against the borrower and then schedule the property for a ...

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  • More Victories Over National Collegiate Trust
    More Victories Over National Collegiate Trust

    In the past week, I won two trials against two National Collegiate Trust entities and the other Trust dismissed its Complaint in yet another case. The Trusts purportedly buy private student loans ...

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  • Court Victory Over Cavalry and Apothaker
    Court Victory Over Cavalry and Apothaker

    You gotta love the good folks at Cavalry Investments, LLC , one of the many companies that buys old credit card debts for pennies on the dollar. I've defended many lawsuits brought by Cavalry and have ...

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  • Beware: JPMorgan Chase is Up to Its Old Tricks!
    Beware: JPMorgan Chase is Up to Its Old Tricks!

    Well, what a surprise! JPMorgan Chase is up to its old, "robo-signing" tricks. You'd think that after having to fork up a record $13 billion settlement over its sale of bad mortgage securities in ...

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  • Law Office of Michael P. Forbes PC Gets a Big Win Against National Collegiate Student Loan Trust
    Law Office of Michael P. Forbes PC Gets a Big Win Against National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

    Just this week, we successfully defended a lawsuit filed by National Collegiate Trust because it could not prove it owned the loan, let alone prove that it had an adequate and accurate account ...

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