Subject: Predatory Lenders/Disabled and Low Income People
Sun Nov 04, 2007 2:41 pm
Has anyone seen a trend in predatory lenders getting disabled folks and others with low income involved in refinancing their homes at a varible rate? The rate then increases to where they can't afford it and they end up losing their homes, some of these homes have been in their families for years. I have a few friends that are in this situation now and I am really annoyed by it.
HI good natured. Just a piece of advice. While posting in the forum, please put these kind of topics in the credit repair section. This is not an announcement or pub thread . Hope you understand. _________________ Regards,
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