http://www.sionsurfcamp.com In 11 days I leave for the longest vacation I've had since my honeymoon in 1991. Actually, this trip is longer than my honeymoon because, despite my objections, my ex started a new job 4 months before our wedding, so he was limited in vacation days. We were gone for 10 days, 4 of … Continue reading Funny Thing Happened on my Way to My New Life……
When I went to settlement, unloading the "home" I'd owned with my ex- narcissist, I found out that I was being held solely responsible for all outstanding fees, interest, and penalties on our mortgage. Having been put through the wringer by Bank of America I was pissed off. I wrote my lawyer explaining everything BoA … Continue reading Why It’s so Easy for the Narc to Screw Us
I'm already part of the Bank of America mortgage modification scam, and the hernia mesh recall debacle. Go Me!! I am now foreseeing a stucco class action lawsuit in my future. For the record, I am not happy to be part of these. Class action lawsuits come along because attorney's learn of blatant fraud on … Continue reading Another Class Action Lawsuit!
Not sure what a PS is when put before the blog, but had to add this information I stumbled across. It is all a scam, with tax payers $. https://www.hbsslaw.com/cases/bank-of-america-rico/pressrelease/bank-of-america-rico-appeals-court-reverses-rico-fraud-class-action-against-bank-of-america-allowing-homeowners-lawsuit-to-proceed Bank Of America. Wow. Just wow. The details are complicated, so I'll try to sum up what has happened quickly. I was … Continue reading Bank Of America – Power Mongers
This is a serious rant, so if you aren't in the mood to listen to me bitch about what to many is trivial bullshit, Stop Reading. I also curse. My ex stopped paying the mortgage on our jointly owned house in October. He is living with his GF, and I am in our house with … Continue reading Divorce and Your Mortgage
What, you ask, is this picture? It is the 11 pieces of mail, mailed on the same day. (In case that is not clear, each one is dated November 30, 2016, by the bank that sent them.) Half were sent certified, the other half regular mail. All were sent by our mortgage lender. So many issues....where … Continue reading Divorce, Foreclosure & the USPS