how many indictments have their been for the US mortgage meltdown? Pretty much zero. How many trillions did this cost the US taxpayers
(Vocus/PRWEB) February 01, 2011
The National Mortgage Complaint Center says, "as we enter 2011 we have a lot of really serious concerns related to US homeowners, consumers wishing to purchase a home, and accountability for what got us into this mess in the first place. Things have not improved, and if not the homeowners-the taxpayers should be steamed." They say, "what concerns us is Federal, or State Law Enforcement are doing little, to nothing about mortgage refinance scam artists, or foreclosure scam artists offering access to interest rates that do not exist, and or foreclosure programs, that require money up front-for nothing." They say, "what do state, or federal regulators, who are supposed to be protecting consumers, do all day long? They sure and the hell are not doing much to regulate all of this nonsense, and we think all US homeowners, and or taxpayers better wise up. One way, or another you are all paying for this baloney, and will be for as long as you live." http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com
Refinancing: The National Mortgage Complaint Center says, "we think now would be a very smart time to refinance, because we think the realities of the Middle East meltdown mean much higher oil prices, inflation, and interest rates. Even if the US stock market has a meltdown-we think rates are going up-not down--because a Middle East meltdown probably means higher oil prices, and inflation." They say, "if you see some advertisement for a 3% mortgage-its not a 30 year fixed product, we consider it to be false advertising, and its high time federal, or state regulatory agencies shut these firms down for false, or misleading advertising." http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com
Foreclosures: The National Mortgage Complaint Center says, "in 2011 we will see a record, or close to a record number of foreclosures. We expect an additional price decline of about 10% nationwide. The true national unemployment rate is north of 15%. Add in the Middle East meltdown, and 2011 is starting to look like a train wreck." They say, "and no--if someone has not made their mortgage payment for a year, or more-why should it be the taxpayers responsibility to bail them out?" However, the National Mortgage Complaint Center says, "there is one exception to this not paying your mortgage payment. In this instance, it applies to 10,000's of US homeowners stuck in a home with toxic Chinese drywall in the US Southeast. Haven't heard about toxic Chinese drywall? Well there is a good reason why most US citizens have not yet heard about the toxic Chinese drywall disaster--President Obama has forgotten to mention it one time in public since taking office. Not to worry-we think its in all 50 states-so everyone will know about it one of these days." They say, "toxic Chinese drywall is the absolute worst environmental disaster to ever impact US homeowners, and here's the good part-----US banks stuck with a toxic Chinese drywall foreclosures in places like Florida--are simply reselling these toxic homes-As Is-no mention of the fact the home could be lethal to the homeowner, or their children-so the house just becomes a foreclosure all over again." For more information on the toxic Chinese drywall disaster please visit the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.com.
On The Topic Of Greedy Banks Investment Bankers & Accountability: The National Mortgage Complaint Center says, "in case you missed it, all of the big time Wall Street investment bankers, banks, international finance people had a big party in Switzerland last week. Apparently they all had a really good 2010. There is one slight problem, we think the US taxpayer picked up the bar tab." They say, "back in 2006-even 2007, US securities rating agencies were giving questionable Alt A mortgages a triple A rating, just so foolish pension funds would buy these soon to be greatly discounted, or worthless securitized mortgages." The group says, "the same people/firms at the free bar in Switzerland last week, were telling investors, and the US consumers, the US real estate party would go on forever back in 2006, and even 2007. They were all lying through their teeth, and now the US taxpayer gets stuck with trillions? We say its time for indictments!" http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.com
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