Philidelphia man gets back at Wells Fargo

Kathleen Dimmich
Kathleen Dimmich

Philidelphia man gets back at Wells Fargo

This came across my desk yesterday, and it made me laugh. My advice to this gentleman: How fast can you refinance?

http://articles.philly.com/2011-02-15/business/28536236_1_mortgage-fees-...

 

Frustrated by a dispute with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and by his inability to get answers to questions, the West Philadelphia homeowner took the mortgage company to court last fall.

When Wells Fargo still didn't respond, Rodgers got a $1,000 default judgment against it for failing to answer his formal questions, as required by a federal law called the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.

And when the mortgage company didn't pay - does something sound familiar? - Rodgers turned to Philadelphia's sheriff.

The result: At least for the moment, the contents of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, 1341 N. Delaware Ave., are scheduled for sheriff's sale on March 4 to satisfy the judgment and pay about $200 for court and sheriff's costs.

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