Oregon Woman Says 3-Year Long Wells Fargo Bank Error May Lead to Foreclosure

A woman in Tualatin, Ore., says she’s at the end of her rope fighting a three-year battle with Wells Fargo for mistakenly stating she has missed mortgage payments on her home, which is now in foreclosure.

Dee Dingman, 79, and her late husband moved into their four-bedroom home in 1967. After her husband, Leland, died in March 2008, Dingman took out a new mortgage while she paid off his medical bills, never missing a payment. Court records show she promised to pay $308,000 plus interest on June 16, 2008.

The next year, after Wells Fargo’s acquisition of Wachovia was completed in Jan. 2009, Dingman began receiving foreclosure notices. She believes the bank did not corrrectly process her payment since around Oct. 2009. But her bank records show her mortgage payments have been deposited by Wells Fargo. Despite efforts to clear up the mistake and paying nearly $12,000 in attorney fees, her home is now in judicial foreclosure.

“I’m really very tired of it,” said Dingman. She has been employed by the local Kmart since it opened 40 years ago but stopped working when the store closed last month.

She continues to pay her monthly mortgage amount of over $2,300 while paying an attorney to help her clear up the mistake.

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One response to “Oregon Woman Says 3-Year Long Wells Fargo Bank Error May Lead to Foreclosure

  1. the WHOLE TRUTH matters

    She has proof of payments and can pinpoint where the problem began. This lady should be getting the *gold star* pro bono legal team.

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