Additionally, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition revealed that lenders on average made high-cost subprime loans to higher-qualified African-Americans 54 percent of the time, compared to 23 percent of the time for Caucasian, even when the Caucasian applicants were less qualified.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP THE NAACP
IF AT ANY TIME IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW TOOK OUT A HOME MORTGAGE LOAN OR REFINANCED A HOME, WHETHER WITH ONE OF THESE LENDERS OR ANOTHER LENDER, YOU MAY HAVE BEEN A VICTIM OF THESE DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES. PLEASE CONTACT ONE OF THE PERSONS LISTED BELOW.
WEE NEED YOU TE HELP STOP DISCRIMINATORY LENDING AND TO RECOVER THE MONEY THE NAACP ALLEGES WAS CHARGED ILLEGALLY BY THESE LENDERS. PLEASE TELL YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES.
Angela Cicolo, Esq.
Interim Gerneral Counsel
4805 Mt. Hope Drive,
Baltimore MD 21215
FEAZELL & TIGHE LLP
KABATECK BROWN KELLNER, LLP
Brian Kabateck, Esq.