Forbearance with Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo agreed on $5,000.00 about two months ago and now they want $7,134.00 attorneys fees included, and now they will not accept any money. I just needed time to come up with the money. reason very behind in payment lost my job, just started working and now I can pay my mortgage payment, can anybody please help me get a forbearance?
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