Maine Supreme Court Reverses HSBC Foreclosure On "Untrustworthy" Paperwork

Maine Supreme Court Reverses HSBC Foreclosure On "Untrustworthy" Paperwork

Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court has overturned a foreclosure brought by HSBC against a local homeowner, citing affidavits submitted by the bank as “inherently untrustworthy.” In vacating an earlier decision, the court declared that HSBC’s records “are not of the quality that would be admissible at trial.” [More]

Chase Hassles Woman For $45K In Payments For Home She No Longer Owns

Chase Hassles Woman For $45K In Payments For Home She No Longer Owns

In Oct. 2008, a mother of four in Illinois needed to unload her house or face foreclosure. So she worked with Chase Home Financial and got them to agree to a short sale. Unfortunately, more than a year later not everyone at Chase knows the house was sold, because they’re telling the former homeowner she owes almost $45,000 in late payments. [More]