WAMU mortgage question?

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WAMU bought my house a few years of the loan. I was never really too late and now have about 60K. JP Morgan acquires WAMU What do you think that I have no problem with the transition? House payments were first established in my bank account by the lender. There was a problem that when WAMU took over, but I got it right and the only public phone to $ 12 more to ensure that payment has läbi.Kõik thoughts on this new change? JP Morgan did for me as the owner? Boy, what a mess, huh?

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    src50
    April 29, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    Yes, JP Morgan will eventually contact you. Just keep making your payments under the “WAMU system” until then. JP Morgan will operate two parallel systems for a while (it’s existing one and WAMU’s) until they can be integrated.

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    **Proud to be an American**
    April 29, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    All reports are assuring account holders with WaMu that it will be seamless, so you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

    As far as my thoughts on ALL of the transitions going on right now… It’s kind of scary that everything is coming to a head all at once. Our family has had a rough year. My husband and I were both laid off this year, and we didn’t see it coming. I’m still unable to secure a job and my husband is working in a field that is directly impacted by all of these economy woes. I guess right now I only find comfort in knowing that we are not the only ones. We have been able to pay our bills – all on time. But things are starting to look bad as we close in on the holidays.

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    jacklondon017
    April 29, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    You’ll definitely have to keep paying your money, just to JP Morgan now. They should contact you with updates, but if it comes time to make your next payment and you haven’t heard anything, take the next step and contact them. Don’t stop paying, however – you still (unfortunately) owe the money.

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