Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Has A Secret Panic Code For MFI-Miami Foreclosure Clients
It appears Wells Fargo Home Mortgage has a secret panic code assigned to MFI-Miami files. MFI-Miami servicing files get stamped with an “MFI” code when we request copies. I haven’t quite figured out what the “MFI” code means because we haven’t any issues getting documents lately.
I can only imagine Wells Fargo Home Mortgage CEO Perry Hilzendeger sounding a klaxon while running around the servicing floor in Des Moines yelling, “CODE MFI! CODE MFI! THIS IS NOT A DRILL! “
Watching Perry Hilzendeger run around like a lunatic would be fun but probably isn’t what the code means.
The code tells Wells Fargo employees that document requests from MFI-Miami are to be handled by senior level managers.
This could be for a number of reasons. Wells Fargo executives could be afraid lower level employees may accidently say something they shouldn’t. Because doing so could hurt Wells Fargo in a foreclosure case. Wells Fargo may also want us contacting senior management because of this blog or because of our relationship with the media.
Because doing so could hurt Wells Fargo in a foreclosure case.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage may want us contacting senior management because of this blog or because of our relationship with the media.
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