Monday, January 31, 2011

February 2011 is Unfair Military Foreclosures month.

It is actually draining to do the google researching to find examples because the examples are depressing. However, since it is less draining to research it rather than go through the experience, I hope to bring you many examples in the month of February 2011 of unfair military foreclosures.

I do however run several other watchdog blogs, and I am involved in a huge personal project so if it may be a couple of days more before you start to see some unfair military foreclosure blog posts.

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Friday, January 28, 2011

The Frank Hartman Case, Prostate Cancer not enough for the banksters to try and deal with a homeowner.


If a homeowner has built up ample home equity in their home and falls behind on their payments because of medical issues, the logical, humane and responsible course of action would be to allow the homeowner to use up a portion of their home equity before foreclosing on them.


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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Sara's Home - Home Mortgage Relief Fund for Cancer Patients.

I found an internet site called Sara's Home. I don't know if Sara's Home is still active or not as the last update that I saw was from 2009. If you click on the link make sure to scroll down the page so that you can read about Sarah.

However, I commend the concept. I don't know the person and I would not recommend making a donation until I contacted the person running Sara's Home, and even then I would wait until I saw signs that the site was being updated at least one a week or twice a month.

However, Sara's home is a noble idea.


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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Thanks to community aid, cancer patient can die at home.

It does seem as if it takes the community to step in and help a cancer victim and their family stay in their home when the threat of foreclosure is real. But sometimes, cancer victims and their families stay to themselves and the reasons are somewhat obvious.

The more attention drawn to the family, the more draining the explaining and re-explaining of the situation can be. Energy needed to just get by on a day to day basis is instead siphoned off to either fight the foreclosure, or that energy may be used to help enlist the energy of the community to help fight off the cancerous banksters.

Something needs to change, no?

This story was originally reported on November, 20, 2008 from Jacksonville, Florida, by Charlie Patton. I wonder if anybody else ever did a follow up?



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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Credit Crunch Misery - Mortgage firm 'chased cancer victim to his grave'

From the picture, Stuart Bingley seems like a really good guy. He seems like a tough but fair man, a responsible man who respects the law and values taking care of his family, a stand up guy.

Yes, I see all of that from the picture above. Mr. Bingley gets hit with cancer, and the banking vermin come out to pick at him as he fights his cancer as they threaten foreclosure.

Stuart Bingley has passed now, but are his former tormentors still being paid handsomely to torment others?

Read his story by clicking here, it's enough to make someone want to hunt down his tormentors and make them pay, one way or another. I don't advocate violence, but only because one could make a mistake and harm the wrong person.


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Friday, January 21, 2011

How the Chain Reaction of Foreclosure can affect teenage cancer patients.


While the eviction that caused this family to be evicted from a home they were renting was not directly caused by a bank, the eviction was caused by a family member of the actual homeowner needing a place to live after being foreclosed on, by a bank.

This resulted in the family renting the home being kicked out of the home several months before they were planning on leaving.

Apparently the father commutes to his old job when the daughter was then diagnosed with cancer.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Chase Bank Financial Murder of Mother of 7, has their day in court against Chase Bank and Wins!


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See how this family fought back against Chase Bank's foreclosure, blogged about it, and won, even while facing cancer. The sad part is, even though they won in court, over 40 employees lost their jobs apparently because of Chase Bank's arrogance and tactics.


And the family also lost valuable family heirlooms that were simply thrown out like trash when the foreclosure gestapo showed up to the house.


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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Did MSNBC read UnFair Foreclosures February's theme to create the Jamie Dimon story about unfair military foreclosures?



I have been blogging for almost three years and have written over 1,500 articles. When I created UNfair Foreclosures earlier this month I had a sense it would click. Soon after, I did something I had not done on any of my previous blogs. I came up with monthly themes for the first two months of the year and publicly posted them several days ago. I then expanded the list a few days ago all the way through June of 2011.

My thinking was, if anybody from the media got wind of my blog, and saw my upcoming monthly foreclosure themes, and beat me to the punch and did their own foreclosure story, that that would actually be a good thing as it would give me more material to link to by the time I got to that specific monthly topic.
I would love to be credited however if there was a connection.

I meant to add to the military personnel listing that unfair foreclosure stories about police, fire and parademics would also be included during February.

Hopefully more reporters will show up and perhaps use UNfair Foreclosures blog to do quick research on existing unfair foreclosure cases and maybe even do follow up stories as to the final damage the banksters did to those whom they unfairly foreclosed upon.

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Monday, January 17, 2011

Elder Care Facility ambushed by foreclosure, Elder tenants evicted on the spot.

This story of elderly home care foreclosure eviction received very little publicity, so I can't verify that anyone of the evicted had cancer. The likelihood was somebody among the elderly that were evicted had cancer, and besides, evicting elderly eople who can't fend for themselves and were in the care of others doesn't even seem legal, does it?

Especially when they had paid their rent!

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Police recover second body from burned Santee home. Foreclosure and Cancer Motivated the murder suicide.


If you are a reporter and HAVE read the story link above, I would like to suggest that researching financial information regarding homeowners that take such drastic measures as murder suicide and burning down their own home should be part of your research.

Did the bank foreclose when the home may have still had equity left in it? Might either a re-fi or reverse mortgage allowed the couple to get by on SS plus the reverse mortgage? Was the wife collecting SS and the husband just two years away from collecting SS himself and allowing them a reverse mortgage or simply to raise the home equity line of credit would have allowed them to buy the time they needed?

A husband caretaking for a cancer stricken wife cannot work and take care of his wife. Why does our government, that was so big on healthcare reform, continue to ignore caretakers who do the right thing and take care of their own cancer stricken family?

Caretaking for a cancer stricken family member is a full time, unpaid job, meaning the husband COULD NOT WORK. The husband would not be allowed to request a home equity line increase out of the home even if equity was there, because the homeowner is not employed.

So it is possible that the banksters unwillingness to allow any nest egg money sitting in the home to be taken out just galled this despondent homeowner so much that he was not going to allow a bankster to steal what he had put into the home via a premature foreclosure.

Basically, banks have set the HELOC worst case scenario threshold at around 60-65% of the value of a paid off home. If the home is not paid off, the HELOC may still be around 65% the value of what has been paid down off of the value of the home. The idea being that if the home is foreclosed and resold, the banks should break even at worse even if the homeowner maxed out their HELOC.

But in the past two years, banks have clamped down on HELOC's above and beyond their own safety threshold, resulting in class action lawsuits against them.

If there had been any remaining equity in the burned down home before it was burned down, it could have bought this couple the time they needed to plan for the next couple of years. I bring the home equity issue up because I could see a man burning down his own home so the banksters don't get the sweat and equity he put into the home over the prior 10 years that the banksters are not allowing him to access.

It is simplistic to state that the man committed murderer suicide because of foreclosure IF the facts present themselves that this was an UNFAIR FORECLOSURE.

One could say, well, if the banks had given the homeowner a higher home equity line of credit, he would just burned the house down when that additional money ran out. Not necessarily true. If the homeowner, in his heart knows that he has tapped the home of all that is reasonable to tap, he might not wait until the last minute and use the last 10 or 20 grand to move out of the home voluntarily and use that savings to tide them over until SS kicks in.

But without any available equity, this particular homeowner may have been literally trapped with no options, specifically because of his cancer stricken wife.

Is it possible that the banks DON'T CARE that the homeowner burned down his own home? If I were an insurance company about to pay the bank a claim because of the fire, I would consider denying the claim if the bank did not allow the homeowner access to legitimate home equity built up in the home, and give Bank induced stress as the cause of the fire.

But it's not just the banksters, it's Barack Obama's administration showboating the "success" of their health care legislation while ignoring the plight of the cancer stricken homeowner or family member that reduces the homeowner's ability to work that I am finding to be inconsistent, and deadly to honorable family trying to do the right thing and caretake a cancer stricken family member.


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Thursday, January 13, 2011

A Cancer Victim's Chilling Foreclosure Story


A cancer victim's chilling foreclosure story that sounds like another example of Parallel Foreclosure and bait and switch.

But hey, Barack Obama gave a great speech in Tucson, Arizona last night.

You see, the aftermath of a bat crazed killer remains news for weeks because it's about the little people hurting politicians and other little people, but cancer fighters being done in by their banks, that happens every day in this country and is not worthy of the president's time because it's "one of the boys" attacking the little people.

Am I wrong?

Has Barack Obama said word one about what banks are UNNECESSARILY putting cancer patients through?
Show me the speech.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Good Samaritans Help Cancer Survivor Avoid Foreclosure at 11th Hour


When is a victory not a victory? When it requires FORCING a bank to back off of a foreclosure and instead help a family get a home loan modification so the cancer stricken father can focus his attention on fighting his own cancer diagnosis.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Nonprofits Getting First Shot at Bank Foreclosures.



The link above goes to a really sad story made to sound like it has a happy ending. You see, it doesn't matter to the banksters what trauma they put the prior homeowner through, as long as when its all said and done, the home goes to a non-profit agency that will then find a deserving couple for the home?

Huh, how can that be?

How can the banks be so eager to basically give away a home in which they may have not done due diligence for the prior owner who was foreclosed upon? Something is wrong with the system above and beyond everything we are hearing about.

Either that, or, the disease that I believe that afflicts Barack Obama, Muchausen's Syndrome by Proxy, may have also permeated onto the banking industry as well.

Monday, January 10, 2011

January is UnFair Cancer Foreclosures Month.


I guess I don't understand a president who clamors for health care reform but ignores cancer foreclosure reform.

There are many many stories of cancer fighters who are being dragged down for the count, not by their cancer, but by the banksters.
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When you click the arrow you will see a commercial first, then the story about a Santa Ana mother who is battling stage IV breast cancer after losing her husband and possibly her house.





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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Breaking News, UnFair Foreclosures dot com is now online.


UnFair Foreclosures dot com will now join both Swarm The Banks and Parallel Foreclosure as the three foreclosure watchdog blogs operate by Alessandro Machi.
Unfair Foreclosures will update those interested in unfair foreclosures, our government's role in unfair foreclosures, and the banksters who appear to control them. I stumbled across this unfair foreclosure story and it is what has motivated me to start UnFair Foreclosures.
It was too early to replace the lead stories on my other two foreclosure watchdog blogs and this unfair foreclosure story tugged at me too much to let go and ignore. Click below to see this unbelievable and unfair foreclosure story.

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