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Feb 10th 2013 11:00AM You are my hero. We have been going through this since 12/2009 with Chase. We have applied for a modification so many times and been denied so many times but they continue to tell us to apply, so we keep applying. They lose our paperwork, they say we didn't send them everything they needed, they say the paperwork is expired so we must apply again. We've applied at least 15 times. Even though we are denied, we are never told what to do next so we have no clue what they would have us do. we are about to apply again. Its' a nightmare. And they could give two rips. Everytime you call, you get a different department, a different person, and they don't know their rearend from a hole in the ground. They should all be fired because they not only don't know how to do their jobs, they aren't helping the people who need help. Good luck Michelle! Hopefully we'll all be able to save our homes! It's certainly not out fault we lost jobs. We aren't getting the bonus that Jamie Dimon is now are we?
Feb 1st 2012 5:36PM Rules are rules. No one wants a hurricane next door to them. If you can't have your toddler behave reasonably, then get a single home where her misbehavior won't bother anyone. or here's a concept - teach her to obey.
Nov 28th 2011 8:38AM Talk about overpriced? That Infinity PRomise ring with those tiny chips is so not worth $400 to start with. Come on. DOn't insult my intelligence.
Nov 12th 2011 1:04PM Big destresser - EAT OUT!
Nov 2nd 2011 7:08PM Should I give a hoot about who Matt Drudge is?
Oct 24th 2011 9:55PM It doesn't work. As someone who lost their full-time job and had to take a huge pay cut, and our home is now up for short sale, I can assure you that none of the plans work. None of them.
Sep 12th 2011 5:49PM And again showing they have NO freaking idea what the problems are in his country. There is no sense fixing up homes that no one can buy. People don't have jobs - they can't buy homes. You'd be better regulating the banks to force modifications that can keep people in their homes in the first place so they don't have to foreclose. But the big banks refuse to do this.
Sep 1st 2011 8:30PM We are dealing with this very thing with Chase. we have found it does no good to write your congressmen, senators, etc., not even media outlets. They can do NOTHING over the banks. The banks do their own thing and they are not governed by anyone else. They do not care that we lose jobs, get jobs making much less $$, etc., HUD even filled out paperwork incorrectly which caused us to be denied for help that we could have had on their end. This is exactly what we have been saying for months and months: "PR pointed out the obvious: "The banks are already doing principal reduction[s] but in the form of short sales. If the banks are willing to take a reduced amount for a short sale [this is when the current owner needs to get approval from their bank to sell the home for less than the amount due on the mortgage], then why not just reduce the mortgage via principal reduction and let people stay in their homes?""
Jul 5th 2011 9:51PM BOny hips and the bump in the belly- what is up with that?????? How is that attractive?
Jul 5th 2011 8:52AM You know these moms don't juggle it all right? They have nannies, cleaning people, stylists, etc. They couldn't juggle it all if they tried. Try some real women ok?