Docx Fabrications & Forgeries – Comparing Signatures & Titles on Mortgage Documents

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23 Responses to “Docx Fabrications & Forgeries – Comparing Signatures & Titles on Mortgage Documents”
  1. One little trick anyone can do to shut down a foreclosure is issue a subpoena to anyone whose name appears no a document or affidavit.
    Also, type their name in google, just to see what pops up. Sometimes you’ll find something interesting like today when I discovered an attorney from the law firm that filed the case signed the assignment of mortgage….naughty behavior…..

    • g nelson says:

      So, this is stalling foreclosures, it’s a technicality. It still means almost all these liar loans should be rental agreements, and those of us who played by the rules have our pitchforks ready, because we saved for a house and can’t buy or can’t get a modification because of too “much money in the bank”!

  2. Lisa E says:

    And on this “evidence” how many American families have been and will continue to be evicted from their homes? OH, in the millions, tens of millions you say?

    Repugnant! Immoral! Illegal! Unethical!

    Defend your homes America!

    Defend your homes.

    Lisa E
    http://www.ForeclosureHamlet.org

  3. MARIO KENNY says:

    Over the years I have seen all these people sign these assignments and they are all fakes, every one of then without exception. Fight the banksters, fight them with all yuh got, forever. Do not let up.
    best regards and good luck
    Mario Kenny
    http://www.mariokenny.wordpress.com

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