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Wells Fargo Meeting Today With Philly Homeowner Who "foreclosed" On Them

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The title is somewhat deceptive; he didn't "foreclose" on them,or anything remotely close to it. Not a particularly significant story, really "Man takes company to small claims Court" is hardly Earth-Shattering.

However, full credit to the guy for actually getting off his **** and doing something. Loads of people mooch about internet message boards whining about how crap things are and begging information from people on how to solve their problems only to do fvck all about it. Doing something usually isn't a big effort and no one is going to do it for you - not for free anyway.

Nice looking house too.

Edit: I'd also point out that a mortgagee requiring a mortgagor to insure the house for its full replacement value is not what you'd call unreasonable. It's standard practice in this Country and with good reason - it's the mortgagees security for the loan.

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