Banks Falsify Credit Card Lawsuits in Ninety Percent of Cases? by BlacklistednewsQuicklink submitted by Ethan Hollow Permalink
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|US credit card companies have been churning out lawsuits and improperly collecting debt from consumers 90 percent of the time, at least according to a New York judge who deals with these cases. We hear every week about the massive LIBOR interest rate fixing, or the shady practices by which banks drain money from local municipalities, or the false promises given to homeowners across the country by the finance industry, or as much as 90% of foreclosed homes remaining off the market but still shuttered in and out of dispassionate algorithms, or that San Francisco's assessor discovered 'errors' in 84% of home mortgage foreclosures (read: scams). It's not a big leap of the imagination then to consider that almost all credit card lawsuits brought by banks are fraudulent. Lenders are still continuing the dubious fraud that caused such a scandal last year with robo-signing.|
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