Campaign for a Fair Settlement

Advocates Demand Transparency, Guarantees that Pending $10 Billion Foreclosure Settlement

CFS Demand $10 Billion Foreclosure Settlement Will be Used Aggressively To Help The Hardest Hit, Particularly Communities of Color

The Campaign for a Fair Settlement, the leading watchdog group monitoring the $25b robo-signing settlement between the states and the banks and pressing for policies to help homeowners, reacted today to news of the $10b pending settlement between (14) banks and the Office of the Comptroller for the Currency, urging the OCC to ensure that any agreement helps those hardest hit by the crisis. 
"Replacing the stunningly ineffective Independent Foreclosure Review with a deal that requires specific amounts of relief in the form of principal reduction and relief to borrowers who were foreclosed on is long-overdue," said Brian Kettenring, Coordinator of the Campaign for a Fair Settlement. "The IFR process wasn't benefiting anyone except a few overpaid bank consultants." Read More

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  • commented 2012-12-31 23:08:41 -0500 · Flag
    You are monitoring the robo-signing settlement? Please post how many violations each state AG office has reported to the national monitor.

The Campaign for a Fair Settlement is a multi-sectoral coalition. Center for Popular Democracy and Action for the Common Good staff provide strategic and logistical support to the effort.