Friday, August 19, 2011

Gulf War Vet Kicked Out Of Home & Living In His Car After Foreclosure Told To Move Back In After Discovery Of Robosigned Paperwork

In Dayton, Ohio, WDTN-TV Channel 2 reports:

  • Eddie Miller fought for his country in the Gulf War, but now he's battling just to keep his home. "When you're in a position that you're losing everything, you have a feeling that it's your fault, that you've done something wrong," Miller says. Miller was kicked out of his home and lived out of his car for a month until those at Miami Valley Fair Housing discovered that his foreclosure case involved a practice known as robo-signing.

  • Robo-signing is when a someone signs off on a foreclosure without reviewing it first, or when someone forges a signature to approve a foreclosure.

  • Miami Valley Fair Housing has since helped Miller move back into his home. "It's a wonderful feeling to have your house again and to know someone is there to help you with it," Miller says.


  • Miller may be back in his home, but he's not sure if he'll be able to keep it. He's still trying to work out a deal with the bank.

For more, see Robo-signing their lives away.

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