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Wells Fargo Admits To Wrongful Home Foreclosures



We help persons who have been injured and/or victims of fraud seeking compensation for their injuries and to recover economic damages. We represent individuals and businesses. We do not charge clients for consultations. We do not charge legal fees unless we are successful in recovering compensation for our clients.

In August 2018, Wells Fargo admitted that a “software error” caused the Bank to deny mortgage loan modifications to hundreds of borrowers who actually qualified. The result was many homeowners wrongfully lost their home to foreclosure. Wells Fargo discovered the problem in 2015, but failed to disclose it for nearly three years.  Wells Fargo has offered to pay small unexplained amounts to homeowners even though a foreclosure commonly results in a complete loss of equity in the home.  Wells Fargo has just recently sent letters and checks for just a few thousand dollars to homeowners who were denied a home loan modification and foreclosed due to a computer "faulty calculation".  The calculation was done by Wells Fargo and very few homeowners are even aware.  The letters fail to explain any calculation of the amount offered by Wells Fargo.  We are investigating these claims for individual clients to fully protect your rights and seek total compensation on your behalf.

Contact us today for a free consultation via e-mail or call us at 334.215.9873. You may be entitled to significant monetary compensation. There is never a fee unless we recover for you.