Here we publish information regarding different websites where you can file complaints against any company that attempts to foreclose and evict your family from your home.
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COMPLAINTS AGAINST SELECT PROTFOLIO SERVICING ( SPS ) https://www.bbb.org/us/ut/salt-lake-cty/profile/mortgage-broker/select-portfolio-servicing-inc-1166-2003108/complaints
For example read this complaint filed against SPS: https://www.complaintsboard.com/select-portfolio-servicing-fraudulent-foreclosure-fraudulent-bankruptcy-fraudulent-mortgage-c965145
Always a good thing to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau ( BBB ): https://www.bbb.org/us/ut/salt-lake-cty/profile/mortgage-broker/select-portfolio-servicing-inc-1166-2003108/complaints
Basics of filing a Complaint:
1.) Contact the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ( CFPB ) and file a complaint online on their website: www.cfpb.gov
2.) Prepare your complaint for filing in your State or Federal Court. You will need a copy of your note, deed of trust ( DOT ) or mortgage documents, and any assignments or documents you have received recently from your alleged servicer.
3.) Your causes of action are usually for violation of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act ( FDCPA ) or a simple breach of contract moving on to a Quiet Title Action to remove all liens and clouds from the title of your property.
4.) Can someone at AAF help me draft and file the complaint? Yes of course.
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6.) Do I have to retain an Attorney? No, you can file a complaint yourself Pro Se or Pro Per as long as you can appear before a Judge and explain what is going on.
7.) Do I have a right to a trial by Jury. Absolutely! And we always suggest that you request one when you file your complaint in Court.
8.) How long does a case take? As little as one day if you want to file for a Temporary Restraining Order ( TRO ) against the other party and get the ball rolling.
9.) What is the reason to file for a TRO? If you were threatened with losing your home and being evicted by a third party debt collector.
10.) The Judge is giving me a hard time? That means he is corrupt and being paid by the banks and must be recused and removed from the Bench. Remember you pay his salary, not the banks.
11.) How does judicial corruption work and can I report it anywhere? Very simply the Bank joins the complaint and removes the sitting Judge and replaces him with one favorable to them. Yes you can report it to the DOJ https://oig.justice.gov/hotline Ethics and Oversight Committee in D.C. and email a copy to the Senate at: email@example.com
12.) Will they do anything? Probably nothing more than send you a letter or email but this is changing as more and more Homeowners are filing complaints.
13.) Can I see a real on going case? Yes of course. Just google any case where the Federal National Mortgage Association ( FNMA ) is involved and watch how the original Judge is removed from the case immediately.