The Attorney General’s Public Protection Unit has issued a reminder for Oklahoma homeowners who may qualify for compensation through an Oklahoma mortgage settlement with five of the nation’s largest mortgage service providers.


 


Oklahoma homeowners, who have been harmed by unfair practices such as robo-signing and dual-tracking during their foreclosure process, should contact the AG’s Public Protection Unit. Applicants must be Oklahoma residents and complete their application prior to Sept. 13.


The Attorney General’s Public Protection Unit has issued a reminder for Oklahoma homeowners who may qualify for compensation through an Oklahoma mortgage settlement with five of the nation’s largest mortgage service providers.

 

Oklahoma homeowners, who have been harmed by unfair practices such as robo-signing and dual-tracking during their foreclosure process, should contact the AG’s Public Protection Unit. Applicants must be Oklahoma residents and complete their application prior to Sept. 13.

 

Oklahomans also qualify for portions of the federal settlement, if they meet the specific criteria and their mortgages are with one of the five servicers – Bank of America, Citigroup, GMAC, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo.

 

For customers of Bank of America, the servicer is meeting with homeowners on today and Saturday to discuss eligibility within mortgage assistance programs such as HAMP. The event will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. both days at
the Embassy Suites Tulsa, 3332 S 79 East Avenue.

 

For more information or a copy of the Oklahoma mortgage settlement application, call (405) 521-2029 or go online to the Oklahoma Mortgage Settlement Information page at www.oag.ok.gov. For more information on the
federal settlement, contact your service provider at one of the toll-free telephone numbers listed below.

 

Bank of America: (877) 488-7814
Citigroup: (866) 272-4749
GMAC: (800) 766-4622
JPMorgan Chase: (866) 372-6901
Wells Fargo: (800) 288-3212