May 5, 2012 Josh Cantwell (0) Employees at the Wells Fargo office in Charlotte, NC, are citing increased pressure to met a daily quota of signed, sworn foreclosure documents. According to several employees who wished to remain anonymous because of feared repercussions to their jobs, these “Vice Presidents of Loan Documentation,” as the entry-level processors are titled, are being pressured to complete up to 11 foreclosures each day. At that rate, things are being overlooked or missed, which could have serious implications for the homeowners facing foreclosure. The penalty of falling short of the quota? First a verbal warning, followed by a written one. If a second written warning is received, they lose a paycheck. Despite sweeping changes enacted after the robo-signing scandal, mistakes are likely still getting through. This gives little assurance that their files are being carefully examined before being sent to foreclosure. Read the complete article here.