I found three documents on mom’s old hard drive from the middle of June 2009. Apparently they are drafts of a letter she prepared for someone at a bank related to her attempt to avoid a foreclosure on her home in Gainesville, FL. They’re labeled save house 1.doc, save house 2.doc, and save house 3.doc and dated June 19th, 2009 between two and four o’clock in the afternoon. They appear to be identical except for the formatting.
Of course I don’t know if she actually mailed a letter, but I know that the bank did foreclose on her and she was devastated when it happened.
From: Kathleen A. Gagne
To: James Black
RE: Account: [redacted]
Dear Mr. Black,
Attached are the copies of all of the forms I faxed directly to you over the last several months.
In the interim, I occasionally spoke to others on the resolution team, and I assumed that you were receiving all of the appropriate documents.
I apologize for the error.
Attached are the documents I can confirm were sent. If there are others that you need, please let me know. I understand that unemployment compensation is now a valid income according to Christina who I spoke with today.
I have attached all of the documents that I know you asked for.
Christina has informed me that, if I make a good faith payment based on an email that I should get tomorrow, we can proceed with the loan modification. She called the process a partial reinstatement.
She also advised me that I would be receiving an email detailing the exact amount needed to process the partial reinstatement.
I have been diligently looking for a job; however, there are few jobs to be had in the area. I will take any job, and would like one with benefits if I can find one.
Please review the attached pages, and let me know what else you need. I have informed Christina that I can work on the internet, and also that I can use unemployment compensation funds for the purpose of income.
I apologize for the miscommunication.
Please provide me with a list of documents that you still require. I will address them immediately.
Kathleen A. Gagne