Predatory Lending & Fraud Attorneys in Philadelphia
Holding Lenders Accountable for Their Actions
The wrongdoing of a lender acting fraudulently can cause significant financial loss for consumers. This is true whether the lender is a party in an auto purchase or loaning a mortgage to a homeowner.
At Weisberg Law, we can help our clients recover damages caused by losses incurred as a result of predatory lending and fraud. As a firm, we strive to hold bad actors accountable for unlawful actions that cause financial harm to our clients. We pursue each case aggressively and with care taken the details of each individual’s situation.
What Are the Signs of Predatory Lending?
Lender wrongdoing can sometimes know no bounds, but just because you signed a contract doesn’t mean they’re absolved of unlawful or even criminal actions against you.
Our clients can hold lenders accountable when the following and more occur:
- Sales and loans for homes with undisclosed damage from fire, floods, etc.
- Undisclosed conflicts of interest the lender may have concerning your mortgage
- Misapplication of payments to the borrower’s disadvantage
- Unlawful repossession of vehicles or breaking and entering into homes secured by mortgages
- Miscalculation of balances owed on consumer loans
- Foreclosure rescue scams (theft of titles and deeds)
Responsible parties you may want to hold accountable could be a bank, credit union, mortgage broker, or another entity or individual. Weisberg Law’s lawyers for predatory for lending and fraud in Philadelphia can help clients seek favorable resolutions from difficult legal situations.
Contact us online for more information about how we may be able to assist you.