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

Foreclosure Fraud – And The Winner of the “Most Job Titles” Contest Is…

JOHN KENNERTY, a/k/a HERMAN JOHN KENNERTY JOHN KENNERTY a/k/a Herman John Kennerty has been employed for many years in the Ft. Mill, SC offices of America’s Servicing Company, a division of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. He signed many different job titles on mortgage-related documents, often using different titles on the same day. He often signs … 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

Palm Beach County Foreclosures: The Pursuit of NON-Performing Mortgages in 2009 by Bank of America & Deutsche Bank

By Lynn E. Szymoniak, Esq., Ed., Fraud Digest, August 23, 2010 In 2009, Bank of America filed 3,200 foreclosure actions in Palm Beach County; Deutsche Bank National Trust Company filed 2,375  foreclosure actions. Most of these foreclosure actions were filed on behalf of mortgage-backed trusts. The county records show that at the same time these … Continue reading

1st Annual Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Symposium at the PGA National Resort & Spa

1st Annual Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Symposium Friday, August 27th    Click Here for Pricing & Registration Come one, come all… Not only will you learn the latest cutting edge foreclosure defense, you will also have the opportunity to meet with many of the top activists in this fight for justice… 8.5 General credits or 8.5 Real Estate … Continue reading

Highlights From a Deposition of Jeffrey Stephan GMAC by Lynn Szymoniak

By Lynn E. Szymoniak, Esq. Ed., Fraud Digest (www.frauddigest.com) July 18, 2010 These  are  highlights  from  the  deposition  of  Jeffrey  B.  Stephan,  taken  June  7,  2010,  in a  foreclosure  case  in Maine, Federal National Mortgage Association  v. Nicole M. Bradbury, et al., Maine District Court, District Nine, Division of Northern Cumberland, Docket No. BRI-RE-09-65.   The … Continue reading

Keri Selman Robo-Signer Extraordinaire “MS. SELMAN IS A MILLINER’S DELIGHT BY VITUE OF THE NUMBER OF HATS SHE WEARS.” (Honorable Arthur M. Schack)

Who’s on First? KERI SELMAN In a decision dated July 23, 2007, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Gloria Byrd et al., Case No. A0700643, Court of Common Pleas, Hamilton County, Ohio, Keri Selman executed an Affidavit in Support of Summary Judgment on behalf of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. The Court ruled on behalf of Wells … Continue reading

No Summary Judgment Here – Affidavit for Amounts Due and Owing Insufficiant, Hearsay

Listen up Foreclosure Fighters. What we are starting to see here is a pattern of Judges not excepting these affidavits from these robo-signers. I can tell you that, if properly challenged, they will pull the affidavits across the board. Don,t let that stop you from deposing these people, because once you do it will clearly … 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

PRESS RELEASE – Florida Foreclosure Crisis – Appreciation Day for Defenders of Justice

All, If you would take a moment to forward the information below to your local newspapers, radio stations, tv stations, and social media outlets, it would be greatly appreciated. We are trying to raise as much awareness as we can on the issues this Nation is facing regarding the Foreclosure Crisis at this event. Even … Continue reading

A Call to Arms – War Room, Bar Fight, Strategic Defense Unit

It’s that time again folks. We are planning our next “Rally” in Florida. Last time, when we stormed the Capitol we organized the maneuver in four days. This time, we have been making our tactical advances with some lead time enabling strategic engineering of the mission and aiming for more exposure and a higher profile. … Continue reading

M & T Bank v. Lisa D. Smith, et al. A Case of Special Interest to Florida Foreclosure Defense Lawyers by Lynn E. Szymoniak

M & T BANK – A CASES OF SPECIAL INTEREST  TO FLORIDA FORECLOSURE DEFENSE LAWYERS BY LYNN E. SZYMONIAK, ESQ., ED., FRAUD DIGEST JUNE 13, 2010 M & T Bank v. Lisa D. Smith, et al., St. Johns County, FL, Case No. CA09-0418 June 10, 2010 Order  Granting  Defendant’s  Motion  to  Dismiss  Second  Amended Complaint … Continue reading

Deadbeat or Not? You Decide! Re: Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.

From the Hamlet Again, let’s revisit that “deadbeat borrower” stigma again. The pervasive yet hollow-toned propaganda aimed at diverting attention from the real perpetrators of the biggest scam in the history of the world by blaming the family whose scheming ways had them planning and executing the downfall of the global economy (and even worse, … Continue reading

The Real Employers of the Signers of Mortgage Assignments to Trusts

BY Lynn E. Szymoniak, Esq., Editor, Fraud Digest (szymoniak@mac.com), The Real Employers of the Signers of Mortgage Assignments to Trusts

What can be done about the backlog of foreclosure cases in Palm Beach County (and other Florida counties)?

Palm Beach County’s backlog of cases is at about 53,500, which is fewer cases than earlier this year 1. Dismiss all cases filed after February 11, 2010, that do not include a verification in accordance with the Florida Supreme Court revised rules of Civil Procedure. The big foreclosure firms, particularly the Law Offices of David … Continue reading