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Learn How You Can Stop Foreclosure And Mortgage Fraud!

Creating a legal document is a must if someone is a victim of foreclosure fraud or struggling with mortgage litigation against a lender or bank. Did you know that you can fight back against foreclosure and predatory lending by challenging your bank by simply asking them questions about your home loan, which they are required to answer?

You have every right to stand up and defend your home!

Many banks have sold off and passed around the promissory notes to multiple debt collectors and lenders, collecting extra money and fees and using the “Promissory Note” as collateral.

In recent news, several banks have admitted that they lost track of the paperwork and cannot produce the note, which means they are not the true holder in due course and cannot lawfully foreclose. If you want to know who really owns your home, time is your worst enemy, so avoid the chances of making a mistake and take action to stop foreclosure fraud.

RightToCancel is always eager to help foreclosure fraud victims.

Our easy-to-use online tools, document templates and website resources will help you quickly produce the legal document templates you need while also providing you the necessary education throughout the process. With RightToCancel you can skip the stress and feeling of “not doing anything” when you are equipped with the tools to fight back against mortgage fraud. The preparation of these documents needed to fight back is simple to learn, highly affordable and efficient. By simply learning the necessary information, you will be able to save thousands of dollars when compared with the services of a lawyer or law firm on the matter of a wrongful foreclosure. To get started, just fill out your contact details for a Free Demo.

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The foreclosure fraud results are in...

I just mailed off the letters to my lender and I was able to stop my lender from a wrongful foreclosure. Not only was this so easy, it was the best decision I have ever made to save my home and stop foreclosure fraud.

- Peggy Williams, Colorado

Court granted gmac motion to dismiss based on rule 121 section 1-15(3) and based on stipulated agreement in the rule 120 proceeding, in addition to the 12 (b)(4) grounds for dismissal for defective service, matter dismissed pursuant to rule 12 (b)(5) for failure to state claim upon which relief can be granted.

- Mike Stoneberg

Right To Cancel understands predatory lending more than anyone! They saved me over $5,000 from hiring a foreclosure attorney who knew nothing about stopping foreclosure fraud and it was so simple to do. Thanks!

- Mark R, Florida

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With a massive wave of foreclosures overcoming the housing market, the banking system has become rather inefficient, many seeing the crises as an opportunity to take advantage of mortgage loans by getting paid more than they are owed. Unfortunately enough, these violations of state-approved banking procedures has gone unnoticed, giving rise to wrongful foreclosure action [...]

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