Got my stuff together from gov. offices, they've helped me the best they know how.
Have a couple questions about Filing suit in Small Claims Court.
If my State allowed a maximum request of $7,000.00 for a suit against my Mortgage Servicer, HOW would I do this:
1. Would I file a suit for EVERY type of fraud they have committed against my loan?
2. Would I file 1 suit for everything they've done?
See, the thing is... they've done 18-26 METHODS (types) of fraud against my loan,(sorry but at this moment I don't remember the exact figure).
Some of those methods they've used only once, and some of them they use over and over again to collect erroneous fees.
3. If I'm able to file suit against each infraction what is the best way to do this? File a handful of them at the same time, wait a while and then file suit for a few more?
4. File suit for all the infractions individually all at the same time?
The entire intention here is WIN JUDGMENT (with all infractions) and to file suit without the help of an Attorney since I am not able to find one to take my case... It's either too time consuming for them, to scary for them, they don't understand even though my documents clearly show them, or they've previously represented this company which means (conflict of interest on their part). ... NO attorney for me
Like I stated, I have all the paperwork and it clearly shows their fraudulent methods, and their refusal to put an end to the fraud with correspondence from me on several occasions requesting for them to correct and stop with their continual errors.
My thoughts are Small Claims Court to ask for the Maximum allowable amount for each infraction as this would be easiest done without Legal Representation since I am unfamiliar with the Courtroom Jargon I would need to know in a Higher Court Circuit.
Opinions, Advice, Suggestions on the best plan of attack would be superb!
(P.S.) for the one who sent a message over yesterday I apologize I was not able to respond before you went away.