Executives of OWB
Joseph M. Otting
Grant K. Ahearn
Kris A. Gagnon
DEUTSCHE BANK thumbs its nose at government regulation. Reorganizes itself in order to flout Dodd-Frank bill.
ONEWEST BANK companion site highlights cases, robo-signing, mortgage fraud, foreclosure fraud on behalf of Deutsche Bank.
FIELD ASSET SERVICES does post foreclosure work for banks, becomes an LLC to hide more assets after multiple lawsuits for breaking and entry.
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This Site Highlights the Massive Fraud and Abuses Perpetrated Against the American Public by the Banking and Financial Industries Which CAUSED the Mortgage and Foreclosure Crisis.
Their Actions Were Enabled by Equal Amounts of Fraud and Negligence Within the Federal Government. Both Congress and the White House Knew What Was Happening and DID NOTHING!
ALL the big banks are in on it. Here, we just happen to focus on OneWest Bank (formerly IndyMac - which by the way is still in business as IndyMac Mortgage Services, Inc. as it advertises itself as "a division of OneWest Bank) and Deutsche Bank National Trust Company is their cousin in crime.
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The NY Times did a very complete story on July 29, 2009, about the banks making big money on foreclosures, including garnering a slew of late fees and many more fees. They are draining the homeowners for all they have and then selling their homes and charging past late fees on the sale price. It's shocking -- like an organized crime business model CONDONED and encouraged by the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT! Our leaders in Congress are inept and/or complicit.
Highlighted Articles for Your Information:
OneWest Bank/IndyMac - Family Confronts The 800-Pound Gorilla
"We have been trying to modify a loan for over 4 months with OneWest bank (Indymac). First we get the papers saying this will be your payment, then we get a paper saying the other papers have all expired, so send in new ones. Then we get a another modification package saying everything is under review. One Customer Service rep says one thing, then the other one says something completely different. Either these people just don't know what they're doing, or else the whole thing is a big cover-up. This stimulus was supposed to help those who need the help to stay in their home."
"My husband and I have an Indymac (now OneWest) mortgage loan ($500,000). Got our loan from Quicken in 2007- interest only @ 5.75% . At the time I was working, but after our 3rd baby in ‘07 I lost my job/income. So, now we are struggling and I am trying to get a modification with the worst bank in the world-INDYMAC! My husband started his own business on the side to make some additional income- but it’s slow. Anyway, I call Indymac all the time… same story “in review, call back in a week.” We were told our modification package was received May 17, put into the system, June 17, then later told it was put in June 26, now the 50th person we spoke to last week said we may hear something by August 26th."
DEUTSCHE BANK ADMITS CRIMINAL WRONGDOING!
Banks Are the Largest Post-Foreclosure Landlords
In 2010, financial institutions acquired 142,305 foreclosed properties, while private investors acquired 38,359 foreclosed properties, resulting in a 79%-21% split. The financial institutions acquiring large numbers of foreclosed properties include Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, California Housing Financial Agency, Wells Fargo Bank, Aurora Loan Services, IndyMac, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, OneWest, HSBC, US Bank, and Deutsche Bank.
Hiding behind their FORECLOSURE/EVICTION Law Firms:
Karen Russell Lindsey