Mireles v. Wells Fargo



Mireles v. Wells Fargo

Complaint For:

  1. Fraudulent Concealment
  2. Intentional Misrepresentation
  3. Negligent Misrepresentation
  4. Unfair Competition
  5. Wrongful Foreclosure
  6. Breach of Contract – Mortgage Loans
This lawsuit arises from, among other things, Defendants doing the following to Plaintiffs and other homeowners:(a)Deceiving Plaintiffs to induce them to enter into loans and deeds of trust from approximately 2003 through 2008 and which were originated or acquired by Defendants and are purportedly serviced by Defendants;

(b) Fraudulently and in violation of the California Commercial Code using Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., a/k/a MERSCORP, Inc. (“MERS”) to hide true ownership of these mortgages;

(c) Failing to perform their obligations in connection with their acceptance of TARP funds;

(d) Breaching Plaintiffs’ statutorily protected rights, including, consumer and homeowner protection statutes by, among other things, processing money from unkown offshore sources, in contravention of the Patriot Act and failing to disclose the foregoing in violation of the Truth in Lending Act.


Brookstone Law filed Notice of Appeal on 11/21/13 along with all the necessary documents to be transferred to the Appellate court. We anticipate in the next 90 days to receive the date on when our opening brief will be due to begin the process of appealing the case. (The Appellate court has taken at least 6 months to set a date from prior experiences). The Mireles case is going through an appeal at this time and we don’t know if we will be able to amend this case again, therefore our attorneys decided to file a sister complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court, this case will have a different judge than original Mireles case. The attorneys are currently working on drafting the complaint. We anticipate filing the complaint in 90 days. If you have any questions regarding this case please contact our client services department: (800) 946-8655 | ClientServices@BrookstoneLaw.com

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