Avoid foreclosure with Wells Fargo
Completed loan modification process with Wells Fargo after previous attempt where monthly amount was set too high. Wells Fargo re-evaluated my finances and provided a revised loan modification. At end of that time, paperwork was sent to me with a deadline for returning the paperwork. I was traveling heavily during this time and unable to return the paperwork to Wells Fargo within the specified time frame. I returned the paperwork with the required payment (I did notify the WF Rep that I was traveling and would return the paperwork when I returned home & could review it). I called the first part of May to confirm the May pymt. amt. and was told that my home was in foreclosure and I needed to start the loan modification process again - to call back in 1 week. I did. At that time, I was told to resubmit all of the financials, hardship letter, etc. & call back in 1 week. I did. Now I am told that there is nothing I can do and my house is going to be sold. How can I avoid foreclosure? Can you help?
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