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Cracked! Humpty Dumpty, Chase, and GMAC: The Bank Mortgage Foreclosure Fraud Crisis Continues to Fall by Roy Oppenheim

Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men. Couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again. Most Americans, including some lawyers and even judges don’t understand what happened. Yes, it is complex and confusing. But at the end it’s real simple. In the old days, a bank would […]

How the Banks Aren’t Playing Fair: CBS News, Roy Oppenheim Talks with Investigative Reporter Stephen Stock

Thu Sep 30, 2010 by on Roy Oppenheim

The banks “supporting” documents for foreclosure actions are now being investigated. The question is: Are the banks playing by the rules? Not banks like GMAC, JPMorgan Chase and soon to be a list of others. Roy Oppenheim of Oppenheim Law says the three Florida foreclosure stories on this investigative report by CBS4 Stephen Stock are the rule rather than the […]

Even More Embarrassment for Banks: Foreclosure Fraud

What could be more embarrassing for the already floundering banks than the fact that their foreclosure, loan modification and short sale systems are a complete mess? Well, a recent court decision in a mortgage foreclosure lawsuit in Pasco County, FL, revealed the banks, besides being disorganized, are apparently not above stooping to commit fraud in order to file foreclosure actions […]

Foreclosure and Banks Double Dipping is Headline News

This week I spoke with the Daily Business Review’s Terry Sheridan about fraudulent bank profits at homeowners’ expense. As an active real estate attorney and entrepreneur that has closed billions of dollars in real estate, I foresee a rebellion-of-sorts concerning our nation’s foreclosure and economic crisis. I have contacted the New York Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo about what I call […]