I am sorry T.A. Gonzalez for your upset and distress but since the record is public information there is no way of controlling which sites it feeds into. The only way to stop it from showing up online as a foreclosure "listing", (doesn't actually meant it is listed with a Real Estate Agent), is to reinstate mortgage, bring it current and then make sure your lender records the Notice of Rescission and Cancels the NOD/NTS that was recorded.
I am not familiar with this property and have never had it listed at all. I am sorry that there is some confusion, but I assure you that I would not be involved in anything unethical. Thanks so much and good luck to you.
I am so sorry, but I don't know what property you are speaking of. There are a lot of sites that pick up and post listings. If you will send me the address, I will find out whatever I can for you.
Thanks so much,
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