I am interested in pursuing or joining a class actioin suit against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. These are the facts.
1) Wells Fargo continually asked for additional paperwork (equitable distribution, quit claim deed, etc), then asked for clarity for the documentation they requested. Wells Fargo asked for that the same documents be faxed on numberous occasions. Wells Fargo asked for documents that exceeded investor guidelines.
2) An offer to buy, from a prequalified buyer, which was within 5k of assessed property value remained on the table for over 4 months, leading up to foreclosure.
3) A final request for postponement was denied by fannie mae because documentation didn't reach them in time to approve postponement per "invester" guidelines. Wells Fargo failed to clearly state what was needed in a timely fashion. I was told that they needed a quit claim deed, which I supplied 3 months prior to foreclosure date. Seven days prior to foreclosure, Wells Fargo asked for a "recorded" copy of the quit claim deed. The following day I registered the deed and faxed a copy of the newly registered (recorded) deed. They sent my information to the investor, and the short sale offer was denied along with the request for postponement because it wasn't within 10 days of the the foreclosure sale date. I responded promptly to each request and had my quit claim deed months before the scheduled sale date. I would have gladly supplied them with a recorded deed if it was requested. I contend that their negligence was deliberate.