Follow these steps to take action to stop illegal foreclosure.
1. Find Legitimate Legal Assistance & Avoid Scams
Many homeowners go to foreclosure-rescue scammers, only to drain their time and money without a result. Please take advantage of our handpicked list of legitimate agencies that can actually help you.
- Borrowers Bill Of Rights
- Fight Your Own Case, Pro-Se
- Find Free Legal Assistance/By State
- Foreclosure Law by State
- Foreclosure Process
- Institute For Legal Assistance
- Lawyers On Contingency
- Legal Books, Brochures, Pamphlets
- Legal Services Links
- National Consumer Law Center
- National Housing Law Project
- Real Estate Transactions
- United States Judges Code of Conduct
- US Real Estate Forms 50 States
- US Courts
2. Report Frauds & File Complaints
It is important to file as many complaints and reports as possible so that your case will be noticed by many institutions and agencies as well as build a collective pressure to legal bodies to bring justice.
How to File a Title III Complaint
- Consumer Fraud Reporting Agencies
- File Ripoff Report, By Consumers For Consumers
- Report A Scam
- Report Consumer Fraud, Attorney’s General Contact Info
- Rescue Scams, Info/Complaints
- Consumer Protection Agencies
- HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies
- National Conferance of State Legiltators/Foreclosure 2010 Legislation
- Report Loan Scam
- State Attorneys Contact List
3. Get Educated with Facts & Statistics
The key is to get correct and solid knoledge of the problem:
*Fraudclosure 101: Mortgage & Foreclosure Fraud*
and destigmatize the homeowners:
*Foreclosure 101: Change the Conversation*
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- Loan Modification Frequently Asked Questions
- Mortgage Glossary, HUD
- Statistics/National Neighbor Works
- What Is Securitization?
- What Is Subprime?
4. Contact U.S. Government Agencies
- U.S. White House / Write Your President
- U.S. Senate/ Write Your Senater
- U.S House of Representatives/Write Your Representative
- Congressional Oversight Panel
- Federal Bureu Of Investigation
- U.S. Attorney’s Office/Dept. Of Justice
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development/HUD
- Securities and Exchange Commission
- Federal Trade Commission/Consumer Complains
- National Association of Attorneys General/Contact Info.
- National Conference of State Legislatures
- Federal Register/Agency List
5. Contact Us
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