Accidentially Foreclosing on Veterans


It seems the mantra of our times is "mistakes were made." In an era when lack of accountability in politics and finance has become all but forlornly accepted by many voters, and the word "blame" is banned from public discourse as being unproductive rhetoric, we find out within the last few days that J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) "wrongly foreclosed on 14 active-service military families and overcharged thousands more on their mortgages."

Is this a symptom or an isolated incident?

Still, mistakes were made. Foreclosures happened.

Veterans lost their homes and many were overcharged.

How many military families were overcharged in interest? 4,000.

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