Saturday, January 15, 2011

Call to California Homeowners to Unite to Fight JPMorgan Chase/WAMU Foreclosures


Recognizing that as a homeowner standing alone to fight Chase from foreclosing on my home, I have created this blog to reach out to other homeowners throughout California to form a support group for those of us who are in the battle with Chase/WAMU and their minions.

Homeowners who are facing foreclosure by JPMorgan Chase and WAMU, I call on you to come together to fight the dragon.  Together we can achieve victory and save our homes from foreclosure by Chase.

We must hold Governor Jerry Brown and Attorney General Camilla Harris accountable for their promise to California homeowners to stop the foreclosure fraud in this state.  We must tell them our stories and stand up for ourselves.

Contact Governor Jerry Brown

Tell Governor Jerry Brown What You Think 
Mailing address:
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841

Contact Attorney General Camilla Harris at:
Camilla Harris, Attorney General
Attorney General’s Office
California Department of Justice
Attn: Public Inquiry Unit
P.O. Box 944255
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550

Office of the Attorney General Comment/Complaint Email Form 

How to File a Consumer Complaint  

Federal Agencies to File Complaints Against JPMorgan Chase 

We must find attorneys who are willing to fight for us and help us find a way to pay them.

To become involved please contact me with your thoughts and ideas.

The Dirt about Chase

WAMU Chase Homeowners Action Alliance

Link to Foreclosure Law in California

Link to HERA's California's Foreclosure Process and Time Table

1 comment:

  1. Listen up: To all of you in litigation or contemplating litigation in defense of a foreclosure involving Chase/WaMU.

    Chase Bank with the passive support of the FDIC is defrauding homeowners whose loan was originated by Washington Mutual Bank. In a lot of cases Chase is fraudulently misrepresenting itself as having acquired servicer rights from the FDIC of notes the FDIC placed in receivership when Washington Mutual Bank was closed. The FDIC passive role in all of this is its failure to publish that part of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement that identifies the WaMu notes and trust deeds actually placed in receivership and made part of the sale to Chase. This has enabled Chase Bank to meet its burden of proof of standing to enforce WaMu originated notes by presenting "selective" parts of the Purchase and Assumption - that do not include the schedule identifying the notes made part of the purchase. And, the fact that Chase's fraudulent scheme includes only that it is the servicer rather than the purchaser of WaMu notes, should make it mandatory that any suit against Chase necessarily include (by joinder)the FDIC. The fact that most do not, is highly indicative that Chase Bank is fraudulently misrepresenting its status as servicer on behalf of the FDIC.

    When pursuing such a suit, the subject homeowner should first file a claim with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation any claims it contemplates filing in court against Chase Bank. That way the FDIC will be compelled to substantiate or repudiate Chase claims of being the servicer on its behalf. In fact, the Federal Deposit Insurance Act commands this be done.