Wells Fargo is evading claims of fraudulently “corrected” loans

By Nathan Hale (Sep 27, 2021, 7:08 pm EDT) – A federal judge has filed a class action lawsuit proposed by a Florida couple accusing Wells Fargo of fraudulently changing the due dates of home loan-collateral mortgages, and concludes that they have failed to make reasonable claims in violation and criticize them for failing to try to change their case in a timely manner.

In a five-page injunction filed on Friday, U.S. District Judge Brian J. Davis of the Middle District of Florida took the report and a magistrate judge’s recommendation dated 4th to file a second amended complaint.

Judge David …

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