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July 17, 2009 10:57 AM EDT|
Fifth Third Update
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
Fifth Third continues to refuse payments from me in court
CLEVELAND – Fifth Third Bank’s fraudulent lawsuit, which was filed against me ten months ago, most recently progressed to court-ordered mediation, which mediation occurred today.
Mediation happened to be with the same mediator who mediated another fraudulent lawsuit against me, whereby this mediator again was completely unprepared, but we did meet in a nicer room. The debt collector (attorney) for Fifth Third Bank began with his opportunity to try to find a way to meet in the middle. He proposed nothing. He explained that I only made four total payments for the loan, which of course cancelled check show otherwise. He also argued the balance was nearly 30 percent higher than even the original loan amount.
My attorney was then given an opportunity to briefly explain the situation, whereby the mediator jumped into his explanation while my attorney was offering a way to settle the lawsuit and said, “Just tell me what you want to do to settle and I’ll relay this to the other party while the other party waits in a different room.”
While the other part was in a different room, he was also supposed to discover why the balance was higher.
My attorney made it clear that the defendant Jason Werner would make payments as agreed and even offered to make higher payments per month with at least a ten percent increase to payoff the loan faster out of good faith. Multiple options were on the table as well – we discussed this before mediation – so the options were made known to the mediator, but the mediator wanted to try the monthly payment offer first.
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While in the hallway, a witness heard the debt collector (attorney) talking to someone on the cell phone, “Is Fifth Third even willing to work with this guy?”
The debt collector (attorney) never returned to the room. He fled. The mediator came back to the room to say, “They do not want any payments, however they do want the car back and they’d be willing to work with you after the car is sold regarding the deficiency of the car’s sale in a judgment.”
This is now the second time that Fifth Third Bank has refused payments in court.
Update on Contract Killer
As for one of the two possession agents who was hired literally 12 months ago to stalk me and my family and intimidate us with the death threat and other means, Fifth Third Bank argues that he was not an employee of the bank, so they do not claim responsibility, however their counsel argued during mediation that the agent has a right to essentially stalk.
Contrary to what you are hearing in the media, banks are absolutely not working with borrowers. In fact, they are getting more aggressive. Monthly payments do not do anything for ailing banks because they need as much large cash as possible and as soon as possible, whereas liquidating assets through court is helping them obtain quick cash in auctions and liens on bank accounts, garnishments, and liens on other assets.
The odds are against me in every possible way to lose my car, our home, and everything else we have. When Jesus Christ is all you have, then you are in a good position though.
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