I recently am an employee of Indymac. I have come across a great many borrowers who I have been able to help with loan modifications. I hurts me because people think its a miracle from God that they become approved for a modification or that some help is available. At the end of the day, I am a human. I am not an employee. I wish I could fix these problems for people. What I do NOT like is people assuming that no matter what, everything will be fixed for them because of a down economy. Im sorry, if you are stupid enough to sign a document regarding how you are paying for your house, one of your most important investments, and then complain because you have to fax documents to see if we can help you, I have no sympathy. A piece of paper, a machine, a few buttons to make me slave and hope I can convince my superiors to save you. Do not hate the customer contact teams. We live and die for you. Think about what you did. Take some responsibility. Do not relish in one lawsuit. Im here every day trying to stop you from losing your house. These people think because they heard something on the news, we are evil. Im not evil. Im just a kid, working a job answering a phone. I work hard and I go above and beyond to keep people in their dreams. Don't hate me. Don't hate my coworkers. Don't hate my company. Everything is different since OneWest. I am one man.
Every once in a while we will get a bank/servicer employee that says how they are just trying to help everyone and so is their company. I'm sure all forum participants that have and currently are dealing with IndyMac would disagree. So would the thousands of homeowners that were foreclosed upon using forged documents, fraudulent documents, perjured affidavits, ect.. presented to the courts by IndyMac/OneWest.
I am not the moral police. We all have to eat. I am happy that you have a job in this down economy, but you are in the wrong place to suggest that IndyMac/OneWest is TRYING to help homeowners or has one shred of moral turpitude. The company (which now includes you) is a bunch of thieves that has made hundreds of millions with their lies, perjury, and forgeries.
Still not sure?????
Let me suggest you begin reading some of the cases that show the fraud, perjury and lies:
IndyMac v. Garcia NY
Plaintiff submits a “reverified” Affidavit of Charlotte Warwick (hereinafter “Warwick”)attesting that the principal amount due on Garcia’s loan is $472,326.52. Plaintiff contends thatthe Warwick affidavit cures the fraudulent Affidavit of Amount Due submitted by Johnson-Seck.However, the Judgment of Foreclosure and aforementioned Stipulation, dated March 24, 2010,where all signed under the assumption that the plaintiff had originally submitted non-fraudulentdocumentation. So while the fraudulent Affidavit of Amount Due may be a curable defect, the court cannot ignore the fact that the papers supporting the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale andaforementioned stipulation were fraudulent.
In re Jessie M. Arizmendi
California Bankruptcy Judge Laura Stuart Taylor has joined the ranks of judges who will not tolerate fraudulent documents produced by banks to foreclose. Judge Taylor entered an Order To Show Cause why OneWest Bank, FSB, should not incur “a significant coercive sanction intended to deter any future tender of misleading evidence to any court of this district.” Judge Taylor ordered OneWest to appear before her on July 29, 2011, to show cause as to why it should not be subject to compensatory and/or coercive sanctions
This Court is concerned, thus, that OneWest provided false or misleading evidence to the Court and that OneWest did so willfully, maliciously, in bad faith, and/or for an inappropriate purpose.”
or maybe news stories:
May 20, 2009 -- California -- OneWest Bank (formerly IndyMac Bank, but now operating as IndyMac Mortgage Services, Inc.) and a realtor operating out of Valencia, CA, along with a few other culprits as you will soon see, participated in and/or concealed information related to illegal trespass, assault and attempted break-in at a house where two senior citizens were living legally.
The senior couple were legal tenants of a house that had apparently been foreclosed upon by IndyMac/OneWest Bank/Deutsche Bank, even though the bank had not produced a single document to prove that it now owns the house. Additionally, the couple never received legal notice that they were in jeopardy. They were properly paid up with their lease. They received no eviction notice.
While the wife was home alone on that day in May, she was startled to see a pickup truck carting a massive dumpster backing up into her driveway. At first she thought they were using the driveway so they could turn around and move back down the street. She thought wrong. The truck kept coming; it backed up right to her front porch. And a second truck was parked at the curb.
She discovered that the men were there to break into the house and steal everything she and her husband owned. She was threatened repeatedly by the men who then attempted to gain entry via the back door. The terrified woman who barricaded herself inside her home said she was going to call police and only then the men from MONSTER MOWERS of Lancaster, CA , a company owned by Matthew jay Cohick, finally leave.
A police report was filed.
Later, upon investigation, they discovered that it was OneWest Bank that foreclosed on the property and that the bank, in conjunction with Susan Kline who worked for Prudential California Realty at the time (she now works for ReMax of Valencia), Field Asset Services, Inc. a Texas company that hires locals in your area (such as Monster Mowers in Lancaster, CA), are all responsible for sending out the "cleaning crew" robbers to break in, clean out the house and take everything that the senior couple owned and do what they wanted with it. The crew of would be robbers were employed by Matthew Cohick's Monster Mowers.
Two days after the incident, Susan Kline's realtor partner showed up with a generic letter "to the tenants" offering "cash for keys".
- The bank did not follow legal foreclosure or eviction proceedings.
- Neither the bank nor the realtor who served as its property manager bothered to find out if there were any tenants in the house or if they did -- they simply didn't care.
- After being notified of the incident, neither the bank nor the realtor apologized to the couple nor made any attempt at amends for their outrageous actions.
- Despite repeated requests for information about the "cleaning crew" robbers, neither the bank nor the realtor Susan Kline who was the bank's property manager would provide details to the couple even though she had already admitted that they/the bank had sent the crew.
- Susan Kline continued her threats to throw the senior citizens, one of whom is a military veteran, into the street, without due process.
- The banks never responded to a single letter or phone call from the couple.
- Field Asset Services (Joan Mougel) also concealed information from the couple because she was the one who officially sent out Monster Mowers to break into their house.
What kind of bank or realty company deals with people this way, you might ask? Greedy pigs with no conscience. They are all paid handsomely to rob and evict unsuspecting and innocent people/victims.
CULPRITS IN THE ILLEGAL EVICTION ATTEMPT
The following individuals and companies are the ones involved in the expose story cited here of senior citizen abuse, mortgage fraud, illegal eviction, illegal trespass, assault and attempted break-in. Agents in the Valencia office of Prudential California Realty were NOTIFIED by POLICE that they are to cease and desist their illegal tactics:
Prudential California Realty: Original Location for Realtor Susan Kline
Susan Kline and Al Taylor (agents)
Prudential California Realty
24200 Magic Mountain Parkway #105
Valencia, CA 91355