About two years ago my elderly parents started receiving notices that they were behind on their payment by one month… But they had all their canceled checks. Even though these were submitted to the company the letters continued. About a year ago I moved home due to the death of my father and my mothers illness. Due to her illness I took over finacial matters fully, including making payments. I reviewed all the records regarding their payments and also found that they were not behind. I submitted the information and after fighting with them for nearly six months… Got them to admit that my parents were not behind. There were other issues such as they were not calling us because they thought my parents were in bankruptcy (Had been discharged more than two years prior). Now my mother has been moved elsewhere and I cannot afford to continue this large… Ever rising… Payment. Payment has not been made in nearly seven months… Eight according to their records… Letters come threatening foreclosure (I want this) and I have on rare occasions been able to make contact with them… But still no foreclosure… How can I make them get this over with?
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