Whining Stephen said:
"What I read on this board is a lot of people bitching and moaning
because they bought a home on credit they couldn't afford and now
are facing the repurcussions. Of course it's the American way to sue
others due to your own ignorance.”
Dear Whining Stephen:
Somehow after reading the board you have come to the conclusion that at least some in here are suing others due to “ignorance.” Please stop for a moment and ask yourself why you are unable to cut and paste at least one example.
Next you imply or attempt a subtle link to Casey Serin (a borrower who admitted he committed fraud).. Again you appear unable to cut and paste a single example of anyone on this board who fits the profile you offered as an example.
Finally you offer an example of your experience with First Horizon claiming your “only problems you ever had with them is they accidently took an additional principal payment and applied it to interest.” Yet once again you fail to explain how you know their application of a principal payment to interest was only an “accident.”
For the third time you offer no example or explanation of your conclusion. That’s the hat-trick Whining Stephen.. ..The coveted Golden Sombrero.
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Could it be that many of the people in here have actually experienced misapplications that were not accidental? “Lost” payments that weren’t really lost? Inflated and nonexistent drive-by inspections? “Suspense” and “escrow” and “corporate advance” funds fraught with illicit transactions and abuse like using part of a borrower’s regular payment to instead pay an artificially generated late fee? (Resulting in a temporary default status)
Whining Stephen: Wake up and smell the coffee.. And learn to spell “repercussions.”
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