My husband and I did an assumption on a loan from a bank Wachovia for our house. When we did the assumption we were taking his ex wifes name off and adding mine, he kept the house and I moved in. His ex works for wachovia and from the beginning I never wanted to have a home loan with wachovia because I knew she could access our information. I found out she had been calling wachovia trying to get some of our information and has actually spoken with Wachovia and ended up acting as one of us and submitting a request that our monthly loan statements be sent to her new home address as well. Is there anything we can do about this legally? I am very frustrated and it is currently being investigated by the bank. wachovia has told us that because she works there she can call in at anytime and ask for our infomraiton because she is an employee. I think this is wrong. Please help
1 Answer from Attorneys
If the ex is no longer listed on your home loan, she should not be
entitled to have anything sent to her regarding this loan which no longer
involves her nor should she be permitted to "call in at anytime and ask
for [y]our information because she is an employee."
You should submit written demands to the bank insisting that these practices cease or you will have to take your business elsewhere.
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