Vatic Note: I had a hard time deciding whether to put this up or not. I do not like, helping the evil ones advance their agenda. But this was just a bit too much and I felt it needed to be exposed possibly for what it was or the coincidence it may turn out to be. He just might be a satanist who is exhibiting his trade on TV. But then that doesn't makes sense either. One look at him and they would have done the story without his presence, unless they were told to show him as is. Please watch and keep a few things in mind when you do.
1. Wells Fargo is one of the Big boys, so why did the MSM press cover all this and bring it up into the light of day risking other Americans doing the same thing to all the other banks???
2. Notice this man was completely dressed in all black, his hair was dyed black, and he had a satanic type oval stone on his tie. Further he had vampire teeth, and they were not his nor natural since it did affect his ability to move his mouth with ease.
3. Remember, we did a blog where the top level official of the Synogogue of Satan said they were going to be coming out of the closet, not hiding anymore and exhibit their power for all to see.
Am I am just dreaming or did I really see all this??? Did anyone else think this guy and the whole interview was strange??? surrealistic??? Or is it just me and do I need a vacation? LOL
A Philadelphia resident foreclosed on Wells Fargo's local lending office and won.
Video - How to beat your bank and stop foreclosure - Feb. 21, 2011
A Philadelphia resident foreclosed on Wells Fargo's local lending office and won. Yes, we said 'foreclosed.' How did he do it? He utilized a RESPA letter, which we have included below.
A RESPA letter - This letter is also referred to as a "Qualified Written Request, Dispute of Debt, Validation of Debt, TILA letter." The RESPA letter is a specific demand from the borrower to the mortgage lender or mortgage servicing company to produce evidence of the validity of the debt, and is very detailed and specific. Under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Truth In Lending Act (TILA), Regulation X, and the Gramm Leach Belley Act, the lender must acknowledge the receipt of the letter within 20 days, and must correct or provide clarification regarding the disputed debt, within 60 days of receiving the letter from the consumer. During the 60 days, the mortgage lender may not report any overdue payment amounts to consumer reporting agencies.
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