date has passed; however, they've never sent warning other than occasional late letter w/ fee. Last Fri. got fed ex letter from atty. stating pymt in full 2 be made by this friday. Do we have any recourse in meantime? They hold mortgage & HELOC. We worked with them 6 months ago, 2 refinance the 4 loans into one; however, they failed 2 consider taxes which were'nt amotorized. Thus, we'd pay the same amt. once/ month rather than 4 pymts & extend the maturity date by 4 years. Simply buying us time 2 pay off rather than decrease monthly payment by $500 which was the original verbal/ draft agreement w/ manager. We declined & countered; requested 20 yr. term & shot down for ? reasons. Mortg.Bal = $55K matures 2014 HELOC = 65K Business = $14K & 3K $135K in equity
Followed up with Hope Line on helpwithmybank.gov and spoke to counselor re: HUD help, she refused to believe bank had offered to refi given our neg financial status, and continued asking questions to "build my file" (Credit Counselors of San Fransisco) over a 1 hour conversation. By 7p.m she wanted to phone my mortgagor to engage in consolidation talks and again, I tried to steer her about the re-fi, but she wouldn't listen. I told her we could not speak to anyone since they were closed at that hour. She followed up with a 3 page letter to my lender telling them EVERY detail about our financial status, which I did not give her permission to do, not did I want them to necessarily know about my finances. Some of the information was jumbled and not true. I believe she has them concerned and more or less blew the whistle on us instead of helping us at all. I do not have 17K by friday to pay my lender. Do I have any recourse to her actions in divulging our personal financial information without permission?
If you did not authorize the lender to release information on you account and the lender did it anyway, You may have a claim, but you would have to prove damages.
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