``Jo-An Seipp, who provided documents to ThinkProgress that verify her story, says that she fell behind in her mortgage payments in 2011 as she experienced financial difficulties with the business she owns. In 2012, her house went into foreclosure. But she went to the final judgment and told the judge that she intended to reinstate the mortgage by paying everything she owed, who gave her 60 days to do so. She sent the full instatement funds that the bank quoted -- $141,441.81 -- and the bank then reinstated her loan and told her it had vacated the final motion to foreclose. At that point she should have once again been the rightful owner of her house with no danger of a foreclosure sale.''

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