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Did I just buy a previously wrecked Car?

Posted by David Humphreys | Jan 08, 2020 | 0 Comments

After you buy a new or used vehicle from a dealership or a private seller, sometimes the thrill of a new car or truck wears off too quickly. You may just be feeling a little “buyer's remorse,” or it might be something much worse. It could be a nagging sense that you've been had.  Some of the red ...

Podcast with Scott Glovsky

Posted by David Humphreys | Dec 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Trial Lawyer Podcast Appearance On August 10th, David Humphreys joined Scott Glovsky to talk about about past experiences. “In this episode Scott talks to David Humphreys, a trial lawyer who practices in New Mexico and Oklahoma and specializes in suing financial institutions that lie, cheat and...

Has my car (or truck) been wrecked?

Posted by David Humphreys | Jun 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Most people know about Carfax and use it or AutoCheck before they buy a vehicle. Neither report is any guarantee that your vehicle has not been in a serious wreck. Did you know that neither AutoCheck nor Carfax does anything to actually investigate the collision history of your vehicle? They simp...

GAP Insurance Denied?

Posted by David Humphreys | Mar 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

What you need to know and do if your GAP coverage claim is delayed or denied If your GAP claim is denied, contact us for a Free Case Review. When buying a new or used car or truck, so much information and so many choices are presented to you. First, you have to decide on the vehicle and all its...

What is a Corporate Advance?

Posted by David Humphreys | Mar 06, 2018 | 0 Comments

You should have a healthy dose of skepticism and concern if your monthly mortgage statement includes a line item charge for a “Corporate Advance.” While the phrase sounds innocent enough, it is not.  What you do not realize is that this phrase “Corporate Advances” may cost you your home. What ...

CFPB Future in Jeopardy

Posted by David Humphreys | Jan 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

CFPB opponents trying to use the spending bill to put the agency's budget under congressional appropriations must be stopped.

Mortgage Servicing Errors Impact Families

Posted by David Humphreys | Oct 02, 2017 | 0 Comments

It can feel like you have nowhere to turn when a bank threatens to foreclose on your home. Often, your lender has a vested interest in seeing you fail, but despite their worst intentions, you can take action to stop predatory mortgage loan servicers from stealing your home. But when you are unabl...

Equifax Credit Reporting Agency Wrongfully Mixes Oklahoma Consumer’s File and is Ordered by Federal Court to Stand Trial October 10, 2017

Posted by David Humphreys | Aug 07, 2017 | 0 Comments

Congratulations!  You passed all of the TSA testing and we are conditionally offering you a job with the TSA with all of its benefits. The final step is a review of your credit history.  This was great news because it offered a much-needed job during a tough financial stretch in Oklahoma.  The ex...

Wells Fargo Wrongfully Repossessed 20,000 Vehicles

Posted by David Humphreys | Jul 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

More than 500,000 customers scammed for unneeded auto insurance Imagine a small town in Oklahoma (pop. 20,000- Ada, Anadarko, Chickasha, Lawton, Guthrie, Enid, for example) waking up on Sunday morning to discover all of their cars have disappeared.   It's hard to imagine, right?  That couldn't h...

CFPB Weighs In on Arbitration Clauses

Posted by David Humphreys | Jul 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Attorney David Humphreys, partner in Humphreys Wallace Humphreys, P.C. law firm, was interviewed by Tulsa World columnist Ginnie Graham for her story on the recent announcement by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) concerning the widespread use of arbitration clauses in financial pro...

Mortgage Servicing Failure – HOs Paying the Price

Posted by David Humphreys | Jun 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Homeowners in Northern California have filed a lawsuit against Nationstar Mortgage LLC for demanding erroneous monthly payment amounts, misapplying payments, wrongful collections, and false credit reporting. These homeowners had an adjustable rate mortgage (“ARM”), and Nationstar sent these homeo...