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Don’t Believe The Mortgage Settlement Hype – By Lucius Gantt

Don’t Believe The Mortgage Settlement Hype – By Lucius Gantt


Lucius Gantt
Lucius Ganttt- The Gantt Report
The Gantt Report – The so-called government inspired mortgage settlement is a cruel joke on American homeowners and bank depositors.

Bankers, money changers, predatory lenders and financial criminals are jumping for joy after the United States government unveiled a plan that would allow each and every one of the crooks that conspired to steal trillions of dollars from innocent citizens to escape jail time.

Think about it. If your checking account is a penny overdrawn, you get punished but if you lie, cheat, falsify documents and take homes from everybody but the rich, you get bailed out by politicians.

Government talks about the great proposed settlement deal with Ally Financial, Bank of America, Citibank, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo where the banks agreed to pay $5 billion in cash to try to remedy complaints about dubious mortgage practices and foreclosure abuses.

Even if you settle with Ali Baba and four other crooks, there are still thirty five thieves left to continue to rob you blind!

Let me explain. What is the settlement for persons that have mortgages allegedly owned by foreign banks like HSBC or for homeowners that were robbed by companies like Countrywide and Freemont Investments and Loans. What is the relief for homeowners that were victimized by Litton Loan Services or Owen Loan Services that often and consistently lied about being mortgage note holders.

American mortgage notes were bought, sold and perhaps given away to who knows who? The banks can’t find original loan documents, assignments and transfers. Transfers were illegally made by a Mortgage Electronic Reporting System (MERS) that was designed and created by beast bankers themselves and has no legal standing in most states in the Union.

The mortgage settlement has to be a joke if you consider that 11 million victimized borrowers are underwater on their loans to the tune of at least $700 billion. A government proposed $17 billion in write-downs would be about 2.4 percent of the total negative equity weighing down borrowers across the United States.

If you couldn’t trust banks to operate fairly and legally before, what makes you think any settlement with beast bankers will be honored today or tomorrow? For example, all of us, if we asked around, would know someone that were told they got bank modifications on their mortgage loans that would lower interest rates. Instead, as soon as they can, beast bankers are raising interest rates and refusing to comply with agreed upon modification rates because the devilish money changers know that politicians will do nothing about it as long as they get banks to contribute to political campaign coffers!

Don’t take The Gantt Report’s word for it Philip Olsen, a former Nevada Supreme Court settlement conference judge says, “It’s astounding that in a huge percentage of cases, lenders are not complying” with settlement agreements.

Don’t expect the government to do anything to resolve and stop bank scams, mortgage frauds and other financial crimes.

The only way to stop bank misconduct would be to pick one bank at a time and have all depositors to withdraw their money from that bank. If African Americans alone would withdraw all of their money in one day from Bank of America, for instance, Bank of America would soon have to close its doors.

After that, move on to the next bank until we find a bank that we can trust not to steal from us. (Buy Gantt’s book “Beast Too: Dead Man Writing” at any major bookstore and contact Lucius at www.allworldconsultants.net)