ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – One woman in North St. Louis County says she’s not going to pay her mortgage until JP Morgan Chase gives her some answers about their mortgage lending practices.
Debbie Frazin says she refinanced her home loan about a year and a half ago with a small local company, and then it was sold off to JP Morgan Chase.
“They are not willing to provide me any of these questions after I sent three letters,” she says. “After I sent three letters, didn’t get the responses I was asking for, determined they were taking fraudulent action, I stopped paying out of principle.”
She says she’s been in foreclosure since January, but vows that she won’t leave her home.
When asked if she would consider paying her mortgage if the company sent the documents she wanted, she said “it’s too late for that now.”
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