Wall Street’s Mortgage Fraud Scandal with David Kreiger
In a brilliant interview on Alex Jones’ Infowars, David Kreiger dissects a portion of the foreclosure fraud committed by the banks and their pretender lenders which David’s book, “Clouded Titles” (new updated edition with case cites) exposes.
The mortgage scandal created by banker endorsed deregulation and MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems) is a fraud that is wide spread and millions of Americans have been affected. What is most frightening is that many of them don’t even know it yet.
“You can have a house that is fully paid for and still end up in foreclosure,” Alex Jones explains and discusses with David Kreiger in detail. A must watch the video below. Continue reading →
Ya think, maybe? MERS alleges to have registered 71 million mortgages. There were likely another 15-20 million “non-MERS” mortgages…
Lynn Szymoniak in Salon:
BY DAVID DAYEN Prepare to be outraged. Newly obtained filings from this Florida woman’s lawsuit uncover horrifying scheme (Update)
If you know about foreclosure fraud, the mass fabrication of mortgage documents in state courts by banks attempting to foreclose on homeowners, you may have one nagging question: Why did banks have to resort to this illegal scheme? Was it just cheaper to Continue reading →
“The Fed messed with the wrong senator…” posted David Dayen on Salon. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) grilled federal officials about illegal bank foreclosures at a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Thursday. She wanted to know if they would give information to victims of illegal foreclosures–or if they just want to protect the banks. Warren asked, “You now know individual cases where the banks violated the law, and you’re not going to tell the homeowners, or at least it’s not clear yet whether you’re going to do that?” Continue reading →
Remember: “First come, first served”
Like the Billionaires dumping stocks – get it out of the banks now and invest in something tangible. Plant a garden, put solar on your roof – you may not want to leave those 401ks and mutual funds just sitting there because they may not be there when you need them most. Continue reading →
And unless Americans are willing to face the facts and hold people (including corporations) ethically and financially accountable, we will lose the land and freedom we have fought so hard to protect. Democracy is in distress.
The question every American is asking is “when will this depressed economy start to recover?” The typical political answer is, “there is no silver bullet.” Then why do these politicians keep using the shotgun approach against homeowners?! Continue reading →
Neil Barofsky is the author of the new book “BAILOUT: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street.” If you read anything in Neil Barofsky’s new book – BAILOUT, you MUST read Chapter 8 “Foaming the Runway”.
One of the outstanding interviews after President Obama announced there would be an investigative task force into the Wall Street banks’ mortgage fraud was aired on The Rachel Maddow Show on Jan. 28, 2012. It is a MUST WATCH TV interview – click here.
A good friend once said, “Perception becomes the reality.”
When opinion is accepted as fact, perception soon becomes reality, at least for those who share these opinions and cling to the resulting perceptions. Herein lies the reason for the division in America today and unless we make a concerted effort to separate perception from reality, opinion from fact, fiction from truth, that division will continue [JB Williams 2005].
With nearly 4 solid years of foreclosure injustice spewing from the courts and millions of homeowners continuously getting skunked, it has become a necessity to figure some way to explain to even the brightest (judge) on the bench the answer to, “[D]id you pay?”
It doesn’t matter what state (although some are a lot worse than others) or what faction of the judiciary, state, federal, bankruptcy, appellate – the question they always ask, “[D]id you pay?” We’ve all heard the standard answers:
“I don’t know who to pay…”
“I owe someone, but it’s not these guys…”
“I lost my job, but I can pay now and they won’t take my money…”
“All I need is a little reduction in my monthly payment…”
The list goes on – but the real answer if there is a trust involved might be, “Well, your honor, I don’t think I’m in default.” And of course the judge is going to say, “why is that – did you pay?” And the likely response might be, “your honor, there’s these things called Credit Default Swaps and my note is Continue reading →