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Millions of mortgage, loan documents were exposed online in massive security lapse

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Do you ever wonder if the people who write this stuff have any idea what they're talking about?

 

The exposed data included ... amortization schedules

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6 hours ago, cv91915 said:

Do you ever wonder if the people who write this stuff have any idea what they're talking about?

 

The exposed data included ... amortization schedules

I am sure those are amortization schedules for each specific loan funded and probably contain personal information associating said schedule with specific borrowers and their data.  Even if the schedule only included a name, you would still have loan date, amount, APR, term etc.

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19 minutes ago, radi8 said:

As long as there is almost no accountability (apologize, offer free credit monitoring, repeat) it'll keep happening. 

 

Exactly!!

 

I would like to see a Federal strict liability statute, however that will never happen....

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6 hours ago, Rogue said:

I am sure those are amortization schedules for each specific loan funded and probably contain personal information associating said schedule with specific borrowers and their data.  Even if the schedule only included a name, you would still have loan date, amount, APR, term etc.

People have been getting that info legally from public records since direct mail was invented.  Your mortgage is a recorded instrument.

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6 hours ago, Rogue said:


No kidding...LOL!

You were hitting the gin pretty hard last night.

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