You Should Know - February 2013

In This Issue:

- Big Banks Settle

- Avoid the Scams

- Checkbook Fine Print

- Excerpt from Vulernable Homeowners Fall Prey To Foreclosure Fraud:

You sign on the dotted line and take the keys to your new house. In the blink of an eye, the keys are snatched back through no fault of your own. Foreclosure fraud is a scam that threatens millions of vulnerable homeowners, yet most of these lending practices are legal under existing law. While 10 major lenders accused of foreclosure abuse recently struck a deal with federal regulators, the scammers are still out there. Because owning a home is a lifetime investment, You Should Know how to protect yourself against mortgage fraud...

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