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We're inching along. Modest progress. No prairie fire interest as yet. But a decent slow burn, the kind that hides itself until heat and no rain cause it to flame up. Trick to the flame is more major media coverage of Lender Mendacity and more people to sign the Petition to the U.S. Government (see last link below).

I am now contacting housing reporters and government agencies (MHA Compliance, Freddie (my loan owner), FDIC, SIGTARP, Treasury, OCC, etc. Will post a list of those contacted in this diary.

Here's a useful link for more info on Lender Mendacity:

Link to the Loansafe.org thread on Lender Mendacity. Sharp suggestions here.

More links below, including to my letter to the President, resent August 17 (no response as yet from the White House).
                                         

"Please only post articles" thread of articles and resources at the LoanSafe Site. A HUGE resource, you can spend hours here.  

Link to "The Latest" MHA monthly servicer reports from the Treasury Department (scroll down a bit for the MHA monthly servicer reports).

Link to Executive Summary of my (now) five-page letter to President Obama on Lender Mendacity.

Link to the full five-page letter to the President.

Link to the Petition2Congress PETITION TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT FROM AMERICAN HOMEOWNERS. Only 2,000 signers so far - yet the petition makes eminent good sense, seems to me.

Originally posted to Inside the Belly of the Mortgage Loan Mod Beast on Tue Aug 17, 2010 at 10:05 AM PDT.

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