The Power of SHEE: Standing Against Mortgage Securitize Fraud and HUD Discrimination: A Call to Action

The prevalence of mortgage securitizes fraud and discriminatory practices within the housing and financial industries. These injustices not only undermine the economic stability of individuals and communities but also perpetuate systemic inequalities that have long plagued our society.
At USCBWB, we are committed to standing united against these injustices and providing support to those who have been affected. We recognize the enduring effects of redlining and discriminatory lending practices, which have disproportionately impacted Black and minority communities. It is imperative that we address these issues head-on and work towards creating a more equitable and just society.
One significant aspect of this issue is the role of mortgage securitize fraud, which involves the illegal manipulation of mortgage-backed securities by financial institutions. This fraudulent activity can have devastating consequences for homeowners, leading to foreclosure and financial ruin. It is essential that we hold these institutions accountable for their actions and seek justice for those who have been harmed.
Additionally, discrimination within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) exacerbates existing inequalities in access to housing and financial resources. Discriminatory practices, such as redlining and predatory lending, deny individuals and communities fair and equal opportunities for homeownership and economic advancement.
As part of our commitment to supporting those affected by mortgage securitize fraud and HUD discrimination, USCBWB is providing resources and assistance to help individuals navigate the process of filing complaints and seeking redress. We understand the importance of confidentiality and non-judgmental support during these challenging times and are here to offer our assistance.
For those who have been victimized by mortgage securitize fraud or HUD discrimination, it is crucial to take action and hold accountable those responsible for these injustices. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has taken enforcement actions against various banks and financial institutions involved in mortgage securitize fraud. A list of these banks can be found on the SEC website here-
Furthermore, individuals can file complaints with HUD to report instances of discrimination and unfair treatment in housing. Detailed procedures on how to file a complaint can be accessed here.
As the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses, we stand ready to support and advocate for those affected by these injustices. Our community is open to everyone without discrimination, and we encourage all individuals who have experienced mortgage securitize fraud or HUD discrimination to reach out to us for assistance. You can contact us confidentially at
Together, we can work towards a future where all individuals have equal access to housing and financial opportunities, free from discrimination and injustice. Join us in our mission to create a more equitable and inclusive society for all.