Attorney General Jack Conway announced that his office filed a lawsuit on January 23, 2013 in Franklin Circuit Court against MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiary Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) for violations of Kentucky law. The lawsuit is a result of Attorney General Conway’s investigation of mortgage foreclosure issues in Kentucky.
If you do nothing else this weekend – PLEASE read this post.
If you are a Legislator –
this is imperative to your better understanding of the current foreclosure crisis
and why your Attorney General should NOT sign the servicer settlement agreement
Yes, it’s long – it’s factual, hang in there and you’ll learn what you need to know.
WARNING: Attention homeowners: Do not read this post as legal advice. Although the information in this post is true, securitization fail, even of your loan, will not typically prevent the bank from foreclosing on you, unless you have a good lawyer. Even then, realistic end game is a sustainable modification, not a free house. More after the post. Continue reading →
A bruising legal fight pitting the country’s most powerful banks against the full force of the United States government began Friday, as federal regulators filed suits against 17 financial institutions that sold the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac nearly $200 billion in mortgage-backed securities that later soured.
The time has come to rattle the cages of our Attorneys General, our Governors, our Congressional Representatives and State Legislators. We need to tell them that we support New York’s Attorney General Schneiderman! The one true Super Hero, Eric T. Schneiderman, AG of the great state of New York understands the vast amount of fraud that is associated with securitization.
Schneiderman is not willing to fall in the Obama line dance and allow the banks to get off nearly scot-free for ALL of the wrongs, frauds, abuses and Ponzi scheming that they’ve done. The fearless leader has been outspoken because he knows, just like his predecessor, Elliot Spritzer, that these banks have committed crimes that surpass any “get out of jail” free pardons the failed Obama administration might be willing to give. Continue reading →
It was midnight Sunday. I couldn’t sleep. NY Times emails me an alert to Gretchen Morgenson’s article about how the Obama “I only care about the banks” Administration is trying to negatively influence the NY AG (my hero) Eric Schneiderman who is gunning after the Wall Street banks for their foreclosure fraud and Ponzi scheme that collapsed our country. I was angry, tossing and turning all night thinking about how I would blog my emotions. When I awoke there were several other well-respected bloggers that expressed my feelings for the leader of the unemployed, homeless, “free” world better than I ever could. Attorney General of N.Y. Is Said to Face Pressure on Bank Foreclosure Deal