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Bringing America Back (Banks: Mortgage Modification) #1004700

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 13, 2011
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The rise in housing foreclosure cited. A look at ways America can change course and get back on track introduced.

(New York: Chris Cuomo) A way to help desperate Americans keep their homes examined; details given about one specific case of mortgage modification. [Bank of America customer Michelle VARNEY†- says Bank of America continues to terrorize us; thanks ABC News.] [HSI Trust-HomeSavers Bruce BOGUSLAV†- says banks are only allowing a temporary plan with partial mortgage payments.] A letter from Bank of America about the Varneys' case quoted.

Stephanopoulos, George;
Cuomo, Chris

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