Another Wells Fargo Victim

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    My heart goes out to this woman and her family. Two years of her life stolen and her life savings basically stolen by a local judge, a bank and lawyers.

    Wells Fargo should be stripped and gutted.

     
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    The above pretty much says it all, doesn't it?

    Once the woman's fund ran out, and she no longer had any assets to sap, she was miraculously capable of making her own financial decisions.

    Anyone here ever read Bleak House?
     
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    I didn't quite understand the article. This I get:

    A couple of people made comments that reflect just what I thought:

    That said, this is a sad story of how the State decides who gets control of your life. When the State allows bankers and lawyers control, you're in trouble.
     
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    I would hate to have to write such an article and tried to cover it all in one story.

    Wells Fargo owns PFI. PFI set the gaurdian and they went to work.

    It appears her house was worth an estimated $600,000.00+ on a reverse mortgage in 2005.

    From personal experience I can tell you that no one has probably had a chance to audit PFI or Wells Fargo. What happens is they get a person into court and buy the judge plus the attorneys. The victim has absolutely no recourse! None! The victim is screaming at the top of their lungs asking every agency out there for help and every agency out there is turning them away. Even if the victim goes to the United States COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY asking for help they are screwed, WHY? Because once this bank has you in court the comptroller claims they can do nothing. So while you are being stripped to the bone by these corporate theives assisted by the local courts you are at their mercy and I can personally assure you they have absolutely no mercy of any kind whatsoever!

    They kept this woman hostage for two years and raped her financially while her family was trying to get her set free.
     
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    Sadly stories like these are far too common.
     
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    No doubt they are and it is happening all over the country. When Wells comes in and takes over a bank money disappears. My folks were tagged for ten grand when they took over first Security out west.

    The kicker in this story is they now have a mortgage on this woman's house for over forty grand and you can bet they are claiming an asset for at least $600,000.00 on their books.
     
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    Judge James C. Harten made it happen. When the State has that much power over our lives, something is wrong.
     
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    Yes it should have read, "The state courts held this woman down while the corporate criminals financially raped her for two years."

    I'll try not to get so emotional about these issues in the future that I miss those details.
     
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    Her family sounds pretty sucky, too. Poor woman.
     
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    It doesn't sound as if either PFI or Wells Fargo made much off of this mess. None the less, they definitely did not act in this woman's best interest. I will remember this when it comes to my own parents, as the time may come when they are in a similar situation. It seems that this woman's children should have sought to be conservator and guardian.
     

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