Monthly Archives: November 2011

Here We Go Again

When I last spoke to the bank on October 31st, the contact who let me know that our foreclosure had been postponed also told me that the bank had changed their procedures, and we would now be assigned a single … Continue reading

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Another Foreclosure Action Begins

On this day, we receive another Fair Debt Collection Practices Act notice.  It declairs that we owe a debt, and that we have 30 days to respond if we dispute the debt. We’ve seen this one before.  It is the … Continue reading

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My New, New Bank Contact

Today I got a call from our new, new bank contact.  Things started off friendly enough, with her assuring me that things would be different this time, and that she was there to make sure that my application got proper … Continue reading

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And Then There Were Two

With our first hearing coming up on December 6th, I was busy preparing for the next stage of our lawsuit when I got a call from a law firm who was representing Shuping, Morse & Ross (SMR), the firm who … Continue reading

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Deja Vu Hell

Today we got a call from someone who claimed to be assisting our new, new dedicated bank contact.  While she was nice enough, she didn’t seem to know what was said or agreed to in our prior conversation.  After going … Continue reading

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A Couple of Days?

The firm representing Shuping, Morse and Ross (SMR) had promised to provide drafts of the documents required to remove SMR from the lawsuit within a couple of days.  Today it was going on one week, so I called to find … Continue reading

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