False Statements – Lender Processing Services, Inc.

Lender Processing Services, Inc. Action Date: October 5, 2010 Location: Jacksonville, FL On October 4, 2010, Lender Processing Services, a company that is an integral part of the foreclosure process in most states, issued a press release to correct press “mischaracterizations.” The LPS press release was factually inaccurate. LPS claimed that only two lenders/servicers were … Continue reading

Psst. Hey you, yea, you. I got just what you need. Lender Processing Services’ DOCX Document Fabrication Price Sheet

Cure Defective Mortgage $12.95 + TPC ~ Create Lost Note Affidavit $12.95 + SH ~ Create Note Allonge $12.95 + SH ~ Create Missing Intervening Assignment $35.00 + TPC ~ Cure Defective Assignment $12.95 + TPC ~ My Favorite ~ Recreate Entire Collateral File $95.00 + TPC ~ Ummmmm…. Wow… From the Catalog… DOCX’s GetNet™ … Continue reading

Toxic Titles Part Deux – Linda Green of Docx (et al?) Did NOT Have Signing Authority on Behalf of MERS

TOXIC TOXIC TOXIC TOXIC TOXIC TITLES TITLES TITLES TITLES Oh oh… This could be bad… Back in August I published this report that Linda Green did not have signing authority on behalf of (MERS). Now the interesting thing is it wasn’t a “deadbeat homeowner”, a “loose cannon consumer advocate” or a “sleazy foreclosure defense attorney” … Continue reading

Washington Post – Ally’s mortgage documentation problems could extend beyond 23 states

So yesterday I get an email from the Washington Post requesting some documents that Jeffrey Stephan signed in NON-Judicial states, since they are only halting their proceedings in 23 states, and sent some over… This morning I get a “Thank You Again!” from the reporter over at the post with a link to their latest … Continue reading

Washington Post Nails It! Amid mountain of paperwork, shortcuts and forgeries mar foreclosure process

Now this is what I call some kick ass journalism… We have been screaming about the massive frauds that have been perpetrated in our courts and against millions of Americans who are losing their homes for over a year and our efforts are finally paying off.. Check it out… It is blowing up!!! Amid mountain … Continue reading

Front Page Huffington Post – RUSHING FORECLOSURE, IGNORING JUSTICE

RUSHING FORECLOSURE, IGNORING JUSTICE ~ Florida Courts Dash To Clear Foreclosure Backlog At Homeowners’ Expense “I haven’t seen any widespread problem,” Sasser said. ~ And that’s all I have to say about that… ~ 4closureFraud.org

NY Times Picks Up on The Crisis in OUR FL Courts – High-Speed Courts Try to Rush Through Foreclosures

Florida’s High-Speed Answer to a Foreclosure Mess – NYTimes.com High-Speed Courts Try to Rush Through Foreclosures After weeks of anticipation, Gretchen and Geraldine finally ran their report that all of us Foreclosure Fraud Fighters have been assisting on for the past few months. Below are excerpts from the slightly watered down report that could of … Continue reading

Foreclosure Fraud – Guide to Looking up Public Records for Fraud

The Post That Started It All Foreclosure Fraud – Guide to Looking up Public Records for Fraud Foreclosure Fraud – Mortgage Fraud – Assignment Fraud – Forgeries Don’t be so fast to leave your home just because you are “behind” on your mortgage. Those payments might not be due at all, or if they are, … Continue reading

Too Bad This Isn’t Baseball – Could use a “Three Strikes You’re Out” Rule!

From The Hamlet… Posted by L on September 1, 2010 View L’s blog Thank you to ForeclosureHamlet.org member Shirley who assisted in the research for this post. Shapiro Fishman. Again. Shapiro Fishman, foreclosure mill extraordinaire, is a part of the “Shapiro Family” headed by Godfather Gerald Shapiro who has a foreclosure of his very own … Continue reading

ACTION ALERT – Linda Green of Docx (et al?) Did NOT Have Signing Authority on Behalf of MERS

Prepared by and return to: Shapiro & Fishman LLP Got that? “Linda Green, Vice President who at the time did not have signing authority on behalf of (MERS) WOW! (Assignment Below) Linda Green Lender Processing Services Shapiro & Fishman Action Date: August 26, 2010 Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL On August 11, 2010, the Florida foreclosure … Continue reading

Linda Green – Can’t Get No Satisfaction

Can’t Get No Satisfaction Posted by L on July 22, 2010 at 9:30pm Send Message View L’s blog I can’t get no satisfaction, I can’t get no satisfaction. ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try. I can’t get no, I can’t get no. When I’m ridin’ round the world and … Continue reading

Foreclosure Fraud Exposed!!! Foreclosures Bring Wealth, Rebukes for Florida Lawyer David J. Stern

Attention ALL Florida Judges: ~ With all that is know known, with all the frauds that have been presented, with all of the reports and with all of the current / pending high level investigations into these Foreclosure Mills, how can summary judgments be granted in ANY contested case at all? ~ I guarantee that … Continue reading

2009 Mortgage Assignments – Over a Trillion Dollars of Assets Transferred

COMMENTS  from Lynn Szymoniak re “Linda Green” Mortgage Assignments On June 29, 2010, Judge William C. Todd, III, entered a lengthy opinion in a NJ foreclosure action, Bank of New York as Trustee v. Michael J. Raftogianis, et al., Case No.F-7356-09, Superior Ct. of NJ, Atlantic County, in a case involving securitization, MERS and questionable mortgage assignments. … Continue reading

An Open Letter to Judge Meenu Sasser 15th Judicial Circuit of Florida RE: Foreclosure Court

OPEN LETTER TO JUDGE MEENU SASSER 15th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA RE: FORECLOSURE COURT JUNE 6th, 2010 And all other Judges for that matter… I understand that there was a meeting between the Judges in Broward County and you, Judge Sasser, as you announced it in open court.  Of course, it is always advantageous for … Continue reading

Teaching Better Fraud Methods? – An Assignment or a Formalization or a Memorialzation?

From: Lynn Szymoniak The standard language in most of the mortgage assignments being signed by employees of Lender Processing Services (most recently, Kathy Smith, Joseph Kaminsky) has changed in one significant respect. The effective date of the transfer from grantor to grantee is now not stated as a specific date. Instead, we have the following: … Continue reading