“We never had original documents.” They were told to create a fake chain of title.
“Polly, admits she used to work for McCarthy – Holthus in San Diego, FABRICATING “Chains-of-Title” it appears, for years, before she read the case law, and realized she was just a cog in the machine robbing American Homeowners of their homes, on behalf of the company, & its attorneys [members of the BAR] who [knowlingly] filed those documents.
And MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.) or T.U.M.E.R.S. – she and others had access to, and OMG, this YOU have to hear. But before that, we got a tip that Billie Rene Frances Lillian POWERS, was meeting other “Dis-Possessed” homeowners at the corner of 411 Ive St. [San Diego] to try to reason with those who do the fabrication of CHAIN-of-Titles and motions to steal homes (in Polly’s opinion).”
Over 72 million families (based on 2.5 per household – that’s 180,000,000 constituents) have been negatively affected by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. and its parent company MERScorp Holdings, Inc. Too many to count foreclosures have resulted over the past decade with forged assignments documents allegedly signed by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) employees who actually work for someone other than MERS.
Many of the homeowners who have bought a home or refinanced a home since 2002 will find Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. listed as the “nominee” mortgagee in their mortgages – and they don’t even know it. Now, the federal government is proposing a “National” mortgage registry system – and one would have to wonder why?
Saterbak v JPMorgan [Saterbak v JPMorgan, D066636 (Cal. Ct. App. March 16, 2016) Appellate Court attempts to over rule the California Supreme Court requires response from all. Presiding Judge Judith McConnell.
Below is an analytical response to the horrific ruling and opinion from the San Diego Appellate court that directly challenges the recent Yvanova vs. New Century Mortgage Corporation ruling from the Cal Supreme Court. We suggest that folks read this analysis and forward it with their comments to Kamala Harris (California State Attorney General) requesting her office to strongly object to this Saterbak ruling, and request that the Attorney General request that the Supreme Court de-publish the Appellate ruling. Continue reading →
The authors of In Defense of “Free Houses” – Yale Law students Megan Wachspress, Jessie Agatstein and Christian Mott have taken a surface view of an extremely deep and dark lake of fraud, criminal behavior and intent.
Understanding the depth of the mortgage securities related corruption would need several scuba dives to get behind the 1990’s intentionally orchestrated criminal behavior. Researchers like Ken Continue reading →
If you are asking yourself ‘why are judges ruling against homeowners when they know the banks scammed them?’ Then you need to understand a judge’s most basic insight into the human condition is that it is impossible to con an honest man.* It is larceny lurking in the soul of its victim that is preyed upon. What does that mean?
The mortgage deals were too good to be true – but the homeowners believed it to be the truth… because they wanted it to be and it all boils down to making “easy” M-O-N-E-Y. Continue reading →
We’ve discussed UETA and eSign and the significance of explicit consent…in most cases pre-2008…there isn’t any. Here is a Indiana case that is riveting: Good v. Wells Fargo. Read it HERE.
In this case, Bryan Good stated that in this 2008 transaction there were apparently 2 notes. Wells Fargo asserts that Good signed an eNote with a new (policy change) paragraph 11 – and that is still not enough.
Yes – go get your promissory notes and look for paragraph 11. You probably won’t see it if your note pre-dates 2008. Continue reading →
A Pennsylvania federal judge Tuesday granted class certification to deed recorders in Pennsylvania who allege Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. violated state law by failing to properly record mortgage assignments and pay recording fees. This means Pennsylvania may proceed with a class action against theMERS Blur Gang. Continue reading →
“[L]and records across the country have been polluted, diluted, laundered and rendered useless by MERS (the Mortgage Electronic Registration System), and Landtegrity.com has posted a petition demanding answers from the White House,” wrote Richard Zombeck, in theHuffington Post April 2103.
No answers have been received. Now is time to prepare for the 2014 elections and get the point across. We need to unite and visibly display our discontent for the damage done to our property records. Let’s put a bumper sticker on every car! Order your bumper sticker nowso that every politician can clearly see the #1 agenda on the minds of every homeowner in America is to clean up the land records. Continue reading →
The failure of the U.S. government to prosecute those who were the masterminds behind the NTMs (nontraditional mortgages) and subprime loan debacle, that more likely appear to have been an intentional Ponzi-like scam, makes Eminent Domain a plausible solution for relief. If handled properly Eminent Domain may actually save homes and families – not to mention saving lives and local governments that foolishly invested in unregulated and rigged derivatives and securities.
Do the math. Hypothetical figure (conservative): $900 month payments X 67 million MERS mortgages X 12 months (1 yr.) = $723,600,000,000 new revenue stream annually – and this figure is conservative… it’s likely 2-3 times higher and this is JUST MERS. Continue reading →