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I applied for a Loan Modification with Chase Bank, formerly WAMU, 18 months ago. To this date it is still in "process." I started this application before I needed it as I do now, to advert to any delay in payments for my mortgage, due to loss of income, etc. with a sinking sub prime mortgage market and economy.

During these 18 months, Chase has lost my file 3 times, required documents 6 different times "after" they have signed and received them into their system. If I did not track every phone call, every documents, etc. every 10 days, I would not be in this process to this degree. My file would have been in no man's land. But I want and need this loan modification, so here I am.

I have been directed by Chase in October 2009 to re-file for the Loan Modification- only "if you are 60 days late" would they take the application for the "new" Loan Modification. I filed again in October under their rules and being late has ruined my credit. Further, they lost more documents I sent in with the application, thus terminating my application. I refiled again in December 2009 and then was grated a "3 Month Trial Period Loan Modification" during which time they set the amount due each month,at the same time Chase is charging me late fees and reporting a negative to my credit file. I was early each month with my payment. In February 2010 I was requested by Chase to send an "entire" new documentation for this Trial Program. I did - 194 pages worth, plus hand signed bank statements because they don't accept copies. I did it all over and over again and sent them in early. Now, Chase is requiring a whole new file, including another (3rd) appraisal, because the appraisal they did in February 2010 is "outdated." To this date I am still waiting for a permanent Loan Modification, but they say I need new documents, after they signed and received the previous 6 files! I use to think (back in 2009) that Chase was just incompetent. Now I know this behavior is intentional - they simply want you to default, ruin your credit and continue the mess of the financials. I feel Chase has behaved in a conscious way to ruin my credit, poise themselves as "helping" you and spreading untruths with more and more delays and business smoke screens so they will not lend the money and keep people in their homes. And didn't our government lend them money to help this? The demoralization that Chase and all the other banks who created this economic downfall know exactly what they are doing.

I know I am not alone in this process. There are thousands of other people, families that are doing and experiencing the same pathetic behavior and it's all going to come out in some huge class action suit later when all the cards come in.

I won't give up.

Thanks for listening.

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Anonymous
#729111

that is exactly what they did to me between 2009-2010.they make you beg for that modification and now there screwing up my mortgage again in 2013 with an increase in my payment of over $250 per month that they know i can't afford of social security.

THEY DON'T CARE. they said to reapply for another modification. i told them they will never put me through that *** again as i would have a heart attack if i tried. i'm getting my paperwork together to file a lawsuit and see where that goes as i have no other option.

they have NO right to hold your payments like they did to me.

i never missed a payment and they said i had to show they were late to do the modification so they held payments for several months and trasked my credit while they did it.now it's payback time i've had enough of these crocks.

Anonymous
#328505

We first filed our modification paperwork in July 2009.After doing everything Chase asked,sending the paperwork 7 times, calling every couple of weeks to check the progress, we finally get a FedEx package from Chase.

Ripping it open and fully believing we've been granted our modification, the letter simply states they are denying us the modification, we can pay everything we owe plus all the late fees within 30 days or they are proceeding with the foreclosure. You know what...they beat us.

After 16 years in the same house, never missing a payment, near perfect credit, we're done.They can have it and I hope the bigwigs at Chase burn in ***.

Anonymous
#269185

Chase promised me a modification for two years I have applied three times.I stopped giving them money I know they are playing games.

I read where people sent them monthly payments and never got a modification. They started foreclosure on me.

Everytime you fill out for a modification the government gives chase money.Florida needs a class action law suit against chase.

Anonymous
#256154

i am in same boat , husband died i lost half of income.Qualify in every way for modification.

applied November09. But i do recommend you contact hud or look up agencies for making home affordable. they are free to you ( they get paid a fee from hud or government) but you do not pay. I fax Chase and housing opportunities same paperwork so i have a record with hud of all documents sent.

So far Chase doesn't care but my family is helping me i am no later than 20 days on my mortgage ( Chase wouldn't change due date to end of month when i get social security) they are not allowed to charge late fees once you have applied for Obama loan modification page 10 of home affordable program guidelines March 4, 2009 states UNPAID lATE fEES WAIVED. CONTACT Chase and tell them they are violating government guidelines trying to charge late fees. be persistent and have them removed immediately because they will add up quickly. I go to my local Chase bank and have them fax all paperwork and have them call to have fee removed if I am unsuccessful.

They know who to call. hang in there so now they've been made accountable for trying to mess over Military, how about widows, families with children next. good luck be persistent.

look on the computer and make sure you hang in there.maybe some lawyer will decide there is a class action case, i doubt it Chase is too powerful.

Anonymous
#255435

How many copies of the same paperwork would actually be needed by CHASE for a loan modification?How about three or four full sets of 15+ pages only to get the same *** from CHASE talking about paperwork not submitted on time or even worst, I mentioned to the representatives that I was getting laid of and they made my wife file the paperwork again (that makes 5 times) only to tell her that she does not make enough to qualify for a loan modification.

I think the banks are actually after the homes of people who cannot afford the payments whether they qualify or not under Obama's recovery plan. Who's watching the banks and their dishonest practices?????????

Maybe some high ranked politician has some money invested on CHASE or someone is getting sweet kickbacks to just look the other way.So much for helping families keep their homes.

Anonymous
#247656

I'm also in the same boat.I'm finally in the "trial period" and yet to receive any documents.

They keep telling me that they have sent them FedEx yet nothing for 4 months. I'm working through a modification company and my representative is always getting the run around. I'm truly thinking about just stopping all payments. If they want my condo that is worth 45% of what I paid, they can have it.

They have already ruined my credit, charging for late fees, ect.. that a foreclosure on the report won't make a difference. Three yeard of this BS is absolutely ridiculous.

If there is a class action suit in FL please let me know.:( :(

Anonymous
#237102

Same here,ditto ditto ditto, only with our case they keep telling us that "you make too much", because they qualify you on your gross income.Who the _ _ _ _ does that?

Who care what we gross, all I know is what I bring home, thats what pays the bills,right?Where is the class action law suit that we need, I'M IN!

Anonymous
#232258

Your story is exactly like mine. Have you had any success yet. I am trying to find legal help do you know anyone that can hel?

Anonymous
#202103

I am in the same situation and in addition Chase stated to me that my home was in foreclosure and listed with an agent.I was given the agents name and phone number only to find that my property is not listed and the agent has no record of my property.

Chase has denied 2 very good short sale offers on my property even though the property is covered by PMI and no other home in the area has sold for what they contend my home is worth. There were two home in the subdivision much nicer than mine that both sold for 80 and 60 thousand less than what chase is asking. I submitted a buyer with an offer only 20 thousand less than Chase's offer only to be denied. Trying to help the home owner?

I don't think so. Trying to sell these home? Doubt it.

It seems that the Banks and Insurance companies are working together in keeping these programs from working.There needs to be a class action suit to deal with these obvious untruths!

bish
#201162

Ditto to all the above...

After 20 years of home ownership, great credit, great business, Chase is destroying everything! I've been trying to refi since 2008 following a near fatal car accident. Same BS--Chase's too busy filing foreclosures so I'm told by them to stop making payments for 3 months and Chase will then contact me to refinance.

Instead of the anticipated phone call, a sheriff serves me with a foreclosure notice!!!

Since then, Chase WILL NOT accept my mortgage payments, has provided zero communication, lost numerous documents, lost offers to refinance, changed interest rate offers at random.

After 3 years of mediation, hearings, lawyer fees (mine) Chase won't even comply with the comply with the court order to provide documents. The foreclosure is dismissed without prejudice which means Chase can refile if and when they get their act together.

I've been in business for 20+ years and now firmly believe Chase is deferring the filing of foreclosures intentionally in order to show fewer foreclosures so as to artificially bouy their stock for as long as they can. Then insiders will sell short just before Chase is forced to reconcile the millions of mortgages they've destroyed.

Any class action in Ohio, if so, pls. advise!

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