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Manchester, TN
February 10th, 2021|

My home was foreclosed on in August of 2019. Wells Fargo was the servicer. They refused to answer my questions that I sent to them in a certified document, and then sent me an absolutely ridiculous document that had nothing to do with my mortgage or the loan. At the time I was living by myself in the home, with no family to assist me. I was having to pay some serious household expenses, such as getting my furnace fixed in the middle of winter with no heat. I had to get a heating company to fix it, and of course the cost was the exact amount of the mortgage payment. Well, Wells Fargo did not believe me, and they foreclosed my home and and sold it at an online auction on August 18, 2020. I tried to sue Wells Fargo in New York State, where some common law lawyers were helping me resolve the foreclosure, but the court ignored my lawsuit. This is an absolute travesty. Someone bought my house online without my knowledge or consent. These people evicted me on September 10, 2020, with a notice to quit from the court. I had thirty 30 days to leave. This was all despite the eviction moratorium in place for the covid crisis.