Tag Archives: Lorraine Brown
Are banks like Wells Fargo the new slumlords? Pam Ragland’s post-foreclosure story.
Though it gets less publicity these days than it did in years past, the foreclosure crisis in the U.S. lingers. Sometimes it isn’t even the homeowners who suffer most from foreclosure. Approximately 40% of the time, according to some estimates, … Continue reading
The Real Fraudsters: Banks or Homeowners like Barbara Bratton?
I was informed last night that Barbara Bratton—who sued U.S. Bank in 2012 over the foreclosure of her home in Ontario, California–was recently convicted on 6 counts of real estate fraud and now faces up to 6 years in prison. … Continue reading
WAKE UP AMERICA—YOU HAVE BEEN SCAMMED! (GUEST POST)
A first for LRM—a guest post, and it’s from the great Shelley Erickson! For the most part, the formatting and highlighting herein is the same as it appeared when Shelley sent this to me at the end of last year. … Continue reading
SHUTTING THE DOOR ON DUE PROCESS: HOWARD GRABER AND REASONABLE DOUBT
(For more on this story and to help out, sign the petition found at “Don’t Convict Disabled Howard A. Graber, He Is A Victim Of Foreclosure Fraud!“) Story by: Clinton Kirby Published: January 24, 2014 In his upcoming trial this … Continue reading