The pressure is on to stop all repossessing of homes until the document mess gets sorted out. But whom will it really hurt?
Reporter's experiment found high charges to cash checks, prepaid cards with hefty fees and lots of standing in line.
Check company launches campaign to advocate the right to write checks. But can even YouTube sell 'checks appeal'?
Shortcuts, faked documents and forged signatures -- activists uncover evidence of overburdened courts and mortgage processors.
If you didn't opt in for the service, your bank can no longer charge you a hefty fee. Instead, your debit card will be declined.
Mortgage companies used a processor who signed 10,000 foreclosures a month -- without reading them or using a notary.
Ohio bank will send e-mail or text and give customers one business day to make a deposit.
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