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Phylicia Rashad is Still my Neighbor... A Fight to Regain my Stolen Home!

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She just celebrated 80 years of life!!  

Prior to the global economic crisis when “Big Banks where riding high and targeting the American public in extortion, conspiracy and criminal mortgage schemes, there was Emmie L. Brown, now (80) and a victim of big bank unscrupulous behavior.  We are calling on NY legislators to impose fines and criminal prosecution against banks that do not impose greater “Asset Protection” measures for Senior Citizens.

Emmie, lived in and raised her family in her home for more than (30) years.  She and her late husband achieved a great accomplishment in paying off the note in (8) years and after his passing the home fell “entirely” to her.  Struggling with the expenses of the home while on a fixed income, Emmie tried to obtain a mortgage for $400k.  She went to closing signed papers and was told she would receive her $400k check the following day.

She never received that check but (3) months later received a notice of default from a big bank that listed someone else’s name as owner of her home.

She fought the battle and was victorious against this foreclosure action in the Supreme Court and the transaction was declared discharged and ordered that no assets be dispersed without court approval.

By means of extortion, power and conspiracy this big bank unlawfully obtained possession of her home through a quit claim deed that she never signed or authorized.    The bank sold her home for the amount they needed to recover their loss $400K, and later admitted that they had no proof that they had tendered payment  to her or the estate for the property.  She never sold her home nor was she foreclosed on.

That is called stealing, white collar crime by a Big Bank!

Emmie, was bullied by this bank out of her home, which presently sits vacant for more than (3) years.  Desired by many but cannot be sold because she is still alive and seeks to regain her home.

This story speaks to a greater crisis of the malice intent of “Big Banks” to recover their loss regardless of age.  Seniors become targets and we need better laws to help them protect their wealth.  We are calling State legislators and the department of justice to impose such laws. 


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