Wells Fargo Home Loan Class Action Settlement
A massive 18.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Hernandez, et al. v. Wells Fargo Bank NA, et al.,
The case is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and claim forms are due by 7/2/2020.
Visit www.homeloanmodificationsettlement.com to file a claim today.
Class members contend that Wells Fargo made errors that resulted in mortgage holders losing their homes to foreclosure.
Wells denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid a nasty court battle that could last years and maybe decades!
Home Loan Modification Settlement Contact Points
- Mail: Hernandez v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. c/o JND Legal Administration P.O. Box 91350 Seattle, WA 98111
- Email: info@HomeLoanModificationSettlement.com
- Phone: 1-877-545-0236
Class Members Lawyers
If you file a claim you will automatically be represented by Michael Schrag from GIBBS LAW GROUP LLP and Richard Paul from PAUL LLP.
Who should file a claim in this settlement?
According to official court documents obtained by Class Action Wallet the following individuals will want to file a claim “All persons in the United States who between 2010 and 2018 (i) qualified for a home loan modification or repayment plan pursuant to the requirements of government-sponsored enterprises (such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac), the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP); (ii) were not offered a home loan modification or repayment plan by Wells Fargo due to excessive attorney’s fees being included in the loan modification decision process; and (iii) whose home Wells Fargo sold in foreclosure.”
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How much money will class members receive?
“Class Members will automatically receive a share of a $13.575 million settlement fund based on “(1) the amount of your unpaid balance at the time of the error; (2) whether you were delinquent on your loan for six months or more at the time of the error; and (3) how much Wells Fargo previously sent you. – Class Members can also make a claim for severe emotional distress they suffered as a result of the foreclosure. These claims will be evaluated by an attorney appointed by the court.”