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I have a forclosed house that had no bidders at the saledate 5/23/11. Got (non-dated) eviction letter 6/14/11.I was told about C4K from their attorney.
After calling around through Wells Fargo I got this number 866-518-2164 and was told to email my name, and exact address to 'email@example.com' but they forwarded it to 'FHARAP@wellsfargo.com'. I got this reply back the same day:
From: FHARAP@wellsfargo.com [mailto:FHARAP@wellsfargo.com]Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 9:06 PMSubject: FW: Cash for Keys Program
***This email does not constitute a binding cash for keys agreement. The information provided in this email is for reference only. ***a. We will offer you $1,000.00 to vacate the property in 30 days. This is reportable income.b. The property must be in broom swept condition free of all exterior and interior debris, as well as free and clear of any damages such as Fire, Flood, Earthquake, Tornado, Hurricane and Boiler Explosion.c. All built-in appliances and fixtures must be left in the property, as well as any landscape. Lawn must be mowed.This offer is valid until 6/22/11. If offer is not accepted by that time, the offer will no longer be available and eviction will proceed as and when appropriate.Please reply to this email if you have any questions, or if you are interested in accepting this offer. Thank You
Hopes that helps someone. I know I searched forever to try to get some answers as to what would happen.
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