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Report: #1357172

Complaint Review: Select Portfolio Servicing - Salt Lake City Utah

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  • Reported By: Tawana — Alpharetta Georgia USA
  • Select Portfolio Servicing P.O. Box 65250 Salt Lake City, Utah USA

Select Portfolio Servicing SPS, Select Portfolio Servicing Inc. SPS commited wrongful foreclosure fraud Salt Lake City Utah

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 SPS is paying off judges to foreclose on people homes. I have reported the SPS and the judges in the state of Georgia to the cfpb. I asked SPS for a loan modification in February of 2016 and they kept telling me to send in paperwork. I sent in the paperwork and they said they did not get the paperwork. I did this for 12 months. After 12 months they put my home in foreclosure this is considered wrongful foreclosure . I plan to file a temporary restraining order and sue them in court. I want SPS to verify that I owe Wells Fargo the debt on my house. I know SPS will try to pay the judges but I will file petitions to fight wrongful foreclosure in Georgia. I will sue SPS and the court system

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