Tick, tick: Foreclosure claims are due Friday

  • Article by: JENNIFER BJORHUS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 18, 2013 - 6:05 AM

The $25 billion settlement from "robo-signing" scandal affected 43,000 Minnesotans.

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jim2011beamJan. 17, 1310:41 PM

C'mon folks! Sign up and cash in. It's free money. Don't make the bank regulators look in your foreclosure file because when they do look in the files they find only 6 people out of 100 suffered any financial harm at all. And most of those have paid an extra $100 or so in fees. So if you wait for the regulators to look in the files they'll probably deny your claim or award you only $100. You'll miss out on the $2,000 this article suggests you might get as compensation for harm done to you.

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Capt15189Jan. 18, 13 8:42 AM

So where or with who do you file a claim with?

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savagemanJan. 18, 13 9:43 AM

So the people that didn't pay their mortgage (ruined the market for others) will now get a bonus payment because the bank wasn't nice??? I pay my mortgage on time and I've never had the bank threaten me they would foreclose on my house. By the way my wife lost her job, but we bought a house we could afford if one of us lost our jobs. It's called personal responsibility.

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dodgecaravanMar. 13, 13 2:16 PM

I wouldn't expect reviewers the banks hired to find they'd done much wrongdoing.

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