Think banks know what they are doing? Think again!

Corliss Gittens took out a mortgage in 2000 on a home she purchased from her parents.  Her loan was quickly sold several times and ended up with a company that was then acquired by Washington Mutual, which was eventually acquired by Chase.  At some point, her loan records got lost and Chase was force to admit (by a judge)  that they couldn’t prove they owned her loan.

So Corliss’ loan was dismissed and her home was awarded to her fee and clear.

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