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JPMorgan Chase Bank sued for more than $10,000,000

Chase Bank Bankruptcy FraudChase has been accused of filing false claims in bankruptcy cases, with allegations that their attorneys have gone so far as to Photoshop documents to increase the ease of obtaining relief from the automatic stay. Those attorneys are purportedly paid from $600 to $1,000 for every relief from stay they obtain. These fees are then added to the bank’s claim to be paid by the debtor.
It’s not just Chase’s lawyers that are alleged to be doing funny business. The institution is also alleged to have falsely collected on Deeds of Trust that they are not the true party of interest on. The declarations of ownership and endorsements come from employees who are purported to be known, “robo-signers”. A copy of the Complaint can be found here.

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