Too Many Jobs – Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Korell Harp and Shelly Scheffey

For this report, over 500 mortgage assignments were examined.

Each Assignment was filed by Docx, a mortgage servicing company  in Alpharetta, GA; each was notarized in Fulton County, GA.

Many  of  these  Assignments  have  been  used  in  foreclosure  actions  filed  by  Deutsche  Bank  as proof that it has the legal right to file the foreclosure actions.

The names Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Korell Harp and Shelly Scheffey frequently appear on Docx  documents.  The  following  list  summarizes  some  of  the many  job  titles  used  by  Green, Thomas, Harp and Scheffey.

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ALSO SEE:   An Officer of Too Many Banks

 

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22 Responses to “Too Many Jobs – Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas, Korell Harp and Shelly Scheffey”
  1. Readdocs says:

    Did a nerve get hit?

  2. Harold says:

    I have 3 assignments on the same mortgage with 3 different “effective dates:” July 22, 2006; January 31, 2007; and June 8, 2007. Each assignment is made from MERS as nominee for Sebring Capital Partners, Limited Partnership to HSBC Bank USA N.A., as Trustee on behalf of Ace Securities Corp. Home Equity Loan Trust and for the Registered Holders of Ace Securities Corp. Home Equity Loan Trust 2007- HE1 Asset Backed Pass-Through Certificates. How fraudulent is this?

  3. Amazing! And yet, the public wonders how such a crisis could happen in this day and age. It appears honesty and self respect have gone completely out of the window.

  4. zurenarrh says:

    I have a doozy…the same woman signed three different documents as an “assistant secretary” of THREE DIFFERENT COMPANIES on the same day in front of the same notary. The woman’s name? Jill Arnold. The notary? Shameca Harrison.

    Here are the documents Jill Arnold signed:

    -as assistant secretary of MERS on the assignment to BAC Home Loans (Bank of America)

    -as assistant secretary of BAC Home Loans on the “re-appointment of trustee” form

    -as assistant secretary of Recontrust on the notice of sale

    Is it just me, or is that like, beyond fraud? I mean, it’s like they’re trying to flaunt in my face how fraudulent they’re being.

    I should also point out that a “Kari Marx” also signed the “re-appointment of trustee” form as assistant secretary of BAC.

  5. TNL says:

    Witnessed by: Nancy Reyes and Melissa Flanagan

    Notorized by: Lillana Morcan

    Collin County Texas May 16 2009

    Recording requested by, prepared by and return to:

    Yeira Cesar
    Florida Default Law Group, P.L.
    PO Box 25018
    Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
    F090454 – Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P.

  6. TNL says:

    On my “assignment” the following appears.

    Renee Hertzler is the vice president of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Incorporated as Nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.

    Attested by: Donald Clark, Assistant Vice President

    Witnessed by: Nancy Reyes and Melissa Flanagan

    Notorized by: Lillana Morcan

    Collin County Texas May 16 2009

    Recording requested by, prepared by and return to:

    Yeira Cesar
    Florida Default Law Group, P.L.
    PO Box 25018
    Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
    F090454 – Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P.

  7. TNL says:

    On my “assignment” the following appears.

    Renee Hertzler is the vice president of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Incorporated as Nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.

    Attested by: Donald Clark, Assistant Vice President

    Witnessed by: Nanct Reyes and Melissa Flannigan

    Notorized by: Lilana Morcan

    Collin County Texas May 16 2009

  8. Shelly Scheffey says:

    Please remove my name from the articles on your website as the information is false, misleading, and affecting my ability to find employment since our division was shut down. I cooperated with the FBI and testified as a witness for the State in Jacksonville, FL. In addition, I am not being charged with any crime and the signing authority that I had for many different banks was perfectly legal. The signing agreements providing the authority to sign in various capacities (Pres, VP, Asst Secretary of Loan Documentation, etc) were provided by the banks themselves. Furthermore, employees working for our company didn’t have a choice in the matter when included on signing agreements as we were under-staffed and often wore many hats throughout the course of each day.

    With all due respect, please remove these misleading articles containing my name or my attorney will be in touch with you promptly.

    Sincerely,
    Shelly Scheffey

  9. Shelly Scheffey says:

    Please remove my name from the articles on your website as the information is false, misleading, and affecting my ability to find employment since our division was shut down. I cooperated with the FBI and testified as a witness for the State in Jacksonville, FL. In addition, I am not being charged with any crime and the signing authority that I had for many different banks was perfectly legal. The signing agreements providing the authority to sign in various capacities (Pres, VP, Asst Secretary of Loan Documentation, etc.) were provided by the banks themselves. Furthermore, employees working for our company didn’t have a choice in the matter when included on signing agreements as we were under-staffed and often wore many hats throughout the course of each day.
    With all due respect, please remove these misleading articles containing my name or my attorney will be in touch with you promptly.

    Sincerely,
    Shelly Scheffey

  10. sharie says:

    wah wah wah, you should have thought of this before engaging in deceptive conduct for someone to bring attention to.

  11. Shelly Scheffey says:

    Please remove my name from the articles on your website as the information is false, misleading, and affecting my ability to find employment since our division was shut down. I cooperated with the FBI and testified as a witness for the State in Jacksonville, FL. In addition, I am not being charged with any crime and the signing authority that I had for many different banks was perfectly legal. The signing agreements providing the authority to sign in various capacities (Pres, VP, Asst Secretary of Loan Documentation, etc) was provided by the banks themselves. Furthermore, employees working for our company didn’t have a choice in the matter when included on signing agreements as we were under-staffed and often wore many hats throughout the course of each day.

    With all due respect, please remove these misleading articles containing my name or my attorney will be in touch with you promptly.

    Sincerely,
    Shelly Scheffey

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