If you recently received a letter from Wells Fargo apologizing for denying you a loan modification, contact attorney Chanele Reyes at 800-776-6044 or via email at to discuss your concerns and potential legal claims.
Latest Wells Fargo Scandal: Customers Lose Homes After Computer Error
Hundreds of customers reportedly had their homes foreclosed on by Wells Fargo after they were wrongly denied a loan modification. Are you one of them?
Wells Fargo recently sent letters to its customers apologizing for its “faulty calculation,” which caused qualified borrowers, who were part of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), to be rejected or not offered a loan modification. A loan modification can help borrowers restructure their mortgages to make payments more affordable during financial hardship. Because of a glitch in Wells Fargo’s software program, hundreds of people unnecessarily lost their homes and may have had their credit scores negatively impacted.
If you went through the foreclosure process between April 2010 and October 2015, and recently received a letter from Wells Fargo apologizing for denying you a loan modification (see below), contact attorney Chanele Reyes at 800-776-6044 or via email at to discuss your concerns and potential legal claims.
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