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Prevent Home Foreclosure – Support The Mortgage Loan Processing Reform Act

The Mortgage Loan Processing Reform Act (MLPRA) is a proposed legislative act that was written as a means to create infrastructure to fix the millions of problematic mortgage loans in America that are being manipulated by a system that has proven to be vulnerable to fraudulent activity.  Defaulting borrowers, and even banks are often unaware that the claim being made on their home could in fact be unlawful.

The trustees at US Equity Initiative have broken down the common elements of mortgage fraud and articulated them in the form of a legislative act to help prevent the next major financial collapse that threatens our country. As a Private Members Association (like the NAACP) the USEI trustees have helped hundreds home owners facing foreclosure. Using this experience, we’ve created the MLPRA to tip the scales and provide valid and accurate case law, and to provide municipal and federal oversight and support to protect our citizen’s most valuable investment.

The Trustees at USEI need your help.  By signing this petition, you are calling for your state’s representative or senator to sponsor the MLPRA as a legislative act to be brought before congress and the senate for ratification. The proceeds from your donations will be used to further our marketing efforts, and for our trustees to lobby (that’s right I said lobby) in the homeowners favor.

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This Petition will be sent to:

  1. US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee,
    • Peter T. King, New York | Sean P. Duffy, Wisconsin | John C. Carney, Jr., Delaware | Randy Hultgren, Illinois | Michael E. Capuano, Massachusetts | Keith J. Rothfus, Pennsylvania | David Scott, Georgia | Stephen F. Lynch, Massachusetts | Patrick Murphy, Florida
  2. US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee,
    • Edward R. Royce, California | Bill Posey, Florida | David Schweikert, Arizona | Steve Stivers, Ohio | Carolyn B. Maloney, New York | Gwen Moore, Wisconsin | Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona | Nydia M. Velázquez, New York
  3. US House Financial Services Chairman, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee,
    • Jeb Hensarling, Texas | Ed Perlmutter, Colorado | Scott Garrett, New Jersey | Mick Mulvaney, South Carolina | Maxine Waters, California | Dennis A. Ross, Florida | Bill Foster, Illinois | Brad Sherman, California
  4. US House Financial Services Committee, | US House Financial Services Committee,
    • Michael G. Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania | Lynn A. Westmoreland, Georgia | John K. Delaney, Maryland | James A. Himes, Connecticut | Randy Neugebauer, Texas | Scott Tipton, Colorado | Joyce Beatty, Ohio | Roger Williams, Texas