WRITTEN IN WEASEL, SO GET OUT YOUR DICTIONARY OF WEASELEASE – FNF, FIS, DOCX, LPS

From the comments…

Thanks for the tip Angry & NOT TAKING IT!

Editors note;

I did a quick review of the facts below and they seem to be in line.

There are a few more facts that can be included, or excluded, but I will leave that up to the readers and you.


IT’S WRITTEN IN WEASEL, SO GET OUT YOUR DICTIONARY OF WEASELEASE…

Note – read at the bottom of this post for “some weasel name dropping” the real rats, that many of you will recognize some of these vermin from your own experiences of infestation..

FNF”-Fidelity National Financial, Inc.
FIS”-Fidelity National Information Services, Inc.
LPS” Lender Processing Services, Inc.

The Evolution of Infestation

1848
Western Title Insurance Company (now Fidelity National Title Insurance Company of California) traced its origin to C.V. Gillespie (founder), a notary public and searcher of records in San Francisco.

1906
At the time of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, employees of Western Title Insurance Company and their wives were credited with saving the title plant and other valuable records of the company.

1920
The original Western Title Insurance Company was formed.

1961
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company (FNTIC), a Nebraska corporation, received a certificate of authority and began doing business in Nebraska.

1980
FNTIC acquired the assets of a small underwriter in Tucson, Arizona. It was at this time that the Company’s current principals were first affiliated with FNTIC.

1981
FNTIC, with agency operations in the Arizona counties of Maricopa and Pima, was purchased from CIGNA. FNTIC was ranked 48th in the country among title insurance companies with revenue of $6.2 million.
Corporate offices for FNTIC were moved from Denver, Colorado, to Scottsdale, Arizona.

1984
Controlling interest of FNTIC was sold to Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (“Fidelity” or the “Company”), its present holding company. William P. Foley, II, became President and Chairman of the Board.

1985
The Securities and Exchange Commission approved the sale of Fidelity’s stock to the employees of its various subsidiaries. Fidelity became the nation’s first and only employee-owned title insurance underwriter.

1987
Fidelity began trading on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol FNF.
Fidelity Acquired Western Title Insurance Company.
Fidelity moved corporate headquarters from Scottsdale, Arizona, to Irvine, California.

1989
Fidelity acquired Western Title in Portland, Oregon.
Fidelity purchased an El Paso-based title agency, which represented Fidelity’s first direct title operation within the state of Texas.

1991
Fidelity established Premier Lenders, a concept unique to the title industry. All title work for lenders in the California counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego is performed out of one regional office.

1992
Fidelity began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FNF.
Fidelity acquires Meridian Title Insurance Company, and Security Title and Guarantee Company, expanding Fidelity’s direct operations base to include Florida, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

1993
Fidelity completed its acquisition of Agency Sales and Posting, Arizona Sales and Posting, Inc. and Pente Enterprises, Inc.

1994
Fidelity acquired ACS Systems, Inc., a computer software development company to enhance FNTIC’s electronic data interchange through the development and marketing of its trust, escrow and title related software.

1995
Fidelity acquires Western Title Company of Washington, creating the opportunity to expand direct operations into Washington.
Fidelity acquires the accounts receivable and the book of business of World Title Company, formerly in conservatorship. Fidelity acquires 100% of the stock of World Tax Service… enhancing its market position in California.

1996
ACS unveiled ExpressNet (now FlexNet), an integrated solution for electronic commerce between back office systems and external service providers, realtors and lenders.
Fidelity acquired Nations Title Inc, 8th largest title underwriter in the United States, made FNTIC the 4th largest title underwriter in the U.S. and doubled the existing agency base.
Fidelity acquired Alliance Home Warranty (now Fidelity Home Warranty)
Fidelity acquired CRM, now Fidelity Tax Service

1997
FlexNet™, Fidelity National Lender Express Network, is established as the single source through one interface for bundled services to include title and escrow, tax, credit, flood, foreclosure appraisal, document and recording, and electronic commerce services.
Fidelity acquired First Title Corporation, a title company with offices throughout the southeastern United States.
Fidelity acquired three credit reporting companies Ifland Credit Services, Credit Reports, Inc., and Classified Credit Data, Inc. All three have been merged and operate as Fidelity National Credit Services, Inc.
Fidelity acquired Bron Research, Inc., a flood certification company headquartered in Austin, TX. which now operates as Fidelity National Flood, Inc.
Fidelity acquired Express Network, Inc., a provider of attorney services such as courier, messenger, courthouse filing, process serving, investigation and reprographics.

1998
Fidelity acquired Granite Financial, Inc., an industry consolidator in the small-ticket lease financing market
Fidelity sold wholly-owned subsidiary ACS to Micro General, Inc. ACS provides software, systems integration and telecommunication services to small to medium size businesses in the real estate industry.
FNTIC merged with Alamo Title, the ninth largest title insurer in the United States. As a result FNTIC is now the second largest underwriter in Texas.
Fidelity formed RealEC.com, the first multiple title underwriter alliance for electronic commerce. Fidelity and Stewart Title are the founding and initial members. It is designed to be an open electronic commerce network to order and deliver essential real estate information services in the real estate transaction process.

1999
FNF, through Micro General, sponsored and financed a new interest transaction intermediary company called Escrow.com.
FNF announces its plan to acquire Chicago Title Corp. and its title insurance subsidiaries – Chicago Title, Ticor Title and Security Union Title, thus creating the world’s largest title insurance organization.

2000
FNF completes its acquisition of Chicago Title Corp., creating the largest title insurance organization in the world.
FNF moved into its new corporate headquarters in Santa Barbara, California.

FlexNet and Chicago Title’s CastleLink operation are merged to form Fidelity National Lender’s Solution – the single solution for mortgage products and services.

2001

Fidelity National Information Solutions (FNIS) is formed, creating the premier services provider of real estate-related information and technical solutions.

FNF’s revenue climbs to $3.9 billion.

2002

FNF is named a FORTUNE 500 company, listed on Fortune magazine’s “America’s Most Admired Companies” list and is also listed on the Forbes “Super 500” list. For the second consecutive year, FNF is on the Forbes “Platinum 400” list of companies.

Property Insight is launched to provide real estate property information services to all title companies, creating a nationwide capability to standardize and automate title research.

2003

FNF acquires Lender’s Service, Inc. (LSI), a leading national provider of appraisal, title and closing services to residential mortgage originators.

FNF acquires the Financial Services division of ALLTEL Information Services, renamed Fidelity Information Services, and moves its headquarters to Jacksonville, Fla.

FNF reaches no. 262 on the FORTUNE 500 list and is selected by Forbes as America’s best-managed insurance company.

FNF acquires ANFI, Inc. and Key Title Insurance to strengthen the Ticor brand in the Western United States, particularly California, Arizona, Nevada and Oregon.

FNF acquires Mutual of Omaha’s flood insurance business.

FNF Canada is formed upon FNF’s acquisition of LandCanada Financial Services. FNF Canada provides Fidelity with an immediate and meaningful presence in the rapidly expanding Canadian title insurance market.

2004

Fidelity acquires American Pioneer Title Insurance Company (APTIC). The acquisition boosts FNF to become the largest title insurer in Florida.

With the acquisition of Geotrac, FNF becomes the nation’s second largest provider of flood determination and life-of-loan monitoring services.

Fidelity National Real Estate Solutions implements a fully integrated suite of Web-based tools, including Fidelity’s BrokerOffice? and AgentOffice? systems, to enable real estate agents and brokers to take advantage of Internet-based leads and business opportunities.

Fidelity acquires ClearPar, LLC, a provider of technology and services that deliver primary and secondary commercial loan trade settlement services.

FNF’s total annual revenue climbs to more than $8.3 billion.

2005

FNF acquires Service Link, the nation’s leading provider of centralized mortgage and residential real estate title and closing services for major financial institutions and institutional lenders.

Fidelity National Title Group, a division under which FNF’s title insurance businesses and ServiceLink are aligned, is established. Raymond R. (Randy) Quirk becomes CEO of Fidelity National Title Group after serving as President of FNF for three years.

2006

Sedgwick CMS, an industry-leading provider of outsourced insurance claims management services to large corporate and public-sector entities, becomes a division of FNF.

FNTG launches Mihogaren California.com, a bilingual English and Spanish language website developed to educate Hispanic consumers on the process of buying a home. FNTG also introduces its Cultural Competency Program in California to train employees about how to better support multicultural customers.

FNTG introduces ProductCenter.FNTG.com, a central online resource available to employees and customers for information about title and excrow products, services, resources, news and training.

A division of FNF and Certegy merge to form Fidelity National Information Services (FIS)

FIS becomes a publicly traded company

FIS named to S&P 500

2007

FNTG launches Title.com, a consumer-focused website designed to educate consumers and to simplify the process of purchasing, selling or refinancing a home.

FNF is named in the Forbes Global 2000, a list of the largest and most successful companies in the world. FNF joins the list at No. 1061, higher than any other title insurer.

FNTG’s five title insurance brands make available Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese versions of their websites.

FIS launches Loan Portfolio Solutions division

FIS acquires Applied Financial Technology

FIS is ranked the #1 financial services provider in the world in the FinTech 100

2008

FIS acquires McDash Analytics

Lender Processing Services is formed as an independent, publicly traded company, as a result of FIS’ spin off of its mortgage business segment of the same name.

2009

FNRES becomes a division of LPS

2010

To be continued…

Some Weasel Name Droppings

Many of you will recognize these vermin from your own experiences of infestation…

Litton Loan Service hires (outsources) Quality Loan Service to foreclose on homes in California.

Litton Loan Service problems:

Transfers title illegally as beneficiary … for example
Donna Dixon, employee at Litton signs as HSBC Bank

Marti Noriega, employee at Litton signs as VP of MERS

These documents are notarized and look very important and official.

But they are frauds,

LITTON WAS NEVER BENEFICIARY

MERS is more often than not assigned Beneficiary on “security instruments” and “common law trusts” masked as Deeds of Trust and Notes from the Lenders (Fremont in our case)

These documents are notarized and look very important and official.

Next, MERS hires Quality Loan Service, (aka McCarthy and Holthus, LLP)
McCarthy and Holthus are attorneys for HSBC Bank
McCarthy and Holthus are;

http://www.qualityclaims.com/about_us.aspx?sect=_partners

Thomas J. Holthus, Esq.
Shareholder

Thomas J. Holthus is the managing partner of the law firm McCarthy Holthus, LLP based in San Diego, California. McCarthy Holthus represents mortgage servicers and lenders in eight Western states. Mr. Holthus has represented financial institutions primarily from a mortgage default perspective for the past 22 years and is an attorney licensed to practice law in the states of California, Nevada and Nebraska. He is a founding member of The National Firm McCarthy, Holthus, Baum Ackerman, LLP and a founding shareholder of Quality Loan Service, which provides default solutions to financial institutions. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Cornerstone Bank N.A., York, NE and California Business Bank, Los Angeles, CA. Mr. Holthus obtained a Bachelor of Science in Economics in Business Administration from Arizona State University and a Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law, San Diego, California.

Kevin R. McCarthy, Esq.
Shareholder

Kevin R. McCarthy is a partner and attorney of the law firm McCarthy Holthus, LLP based in San Diego, California. He was first admitted to practice law in the State of California in 1990. Mr. McCarthy is a founding shareholder of Quality Loan Services, and member of the California State Bar, as well as the California and Arizona Federal District Courts. In addition, he is also a member of the California State Bar Association Real Property Law Section, MBA Legal Affairs Committee, United Trustee Association, Arizona Trustee’s Association, as well as the California Mortgage Banker’s Association and Southern California Mortgage Banker’s Association. Mr. McCarthy has written articles for publication in various trade newsletters and has spoken or chaired at various seminars for industry associations

Bill De Ridder (aka William De Ridder, Quality Loan Service expired business license on record at the Dept of Real Estate)
Broker
Tri-Coast Real Estate and Mortgage
619 667-3377
4711 3rd Street
La Mesa, California 919141
Bill@Tri-CoastMortgage.com

Except as otherwise indicated or unless the context otherwise requires, all references to “LPS,” “we,” the “Company,” or the “registrant” are to Lender Processing Services, Inc., a Delaware corporation that was incorporated in December 2007 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of FIS, and its subsidiaries; all references to “FIS,” the “former parent,” or the “holding company” are to Fidelity National Information Services, Inc., a Georgia corporation formerly known as Certegy Inc., and its subsidiaries, that owned all of LPS’s shares until July 2, 2008; all references to “former FIS” are to Fidelity National Information Services, Inc., a Delaware corporation, and its subsidiaries, prior to the Certegy merger described below; all references to “old FNF” are to Fidelity National Financial, Inc., a Delaware corporation that owned a majority of former FIS’s shares through November 9, 2006; and all references to “FNF” are to Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (formerly known as Fidelity National Title Group, Inc.), formerly a subsidiary of old FNF but now a stand-alone company.

Angry & NOT TAKING IT!

4closureFraud
www.4closureFraud.org



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5 Responses to “WRITTEN IN WEASEL, SO GET OUT YOUR DICTIONARY OF WEASELEASE – FNF, FIS, DOCX, LPS”
  1. frntncntr says:

    McCarthy Holthus L.L.P. – Violating Federal and State law.

    Unethical Attorneys – Abuse of Process, Real Estate Racketeering, Insurance and Tax scams, Violation of Constitutional and Civil rights and Oath of Office, F.D.C.P.A., and Grand Theft w/ Counterfeit Security Instruments Under Color of Law.

    Some are terrorist crimes under the Patriot Act.

    Report them immediately to the Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service, FBI, IRS, Sheriffs Dept., Department of Business Oversight, Department of Real Estate, Department of Insurance, American Bar Association and the California State Bar. They are a threat to national security and the public welfare.
    Do not play games with them. Do this Immediately!

    Have documents analyzed and assignments investigated, then go after them for damages. There are a select group of attorneys and law enforcement joining together as we speak, getting ready to take them down.

  2. Disgruntled American says:

    I know first hand from one of the mouths of the beast that McCarthy Holthus outsources a good majority of their work to Romania to employ people of other countries. The owners are more concerned about their riches and appearances than trying to help any U.S. Citizens with employment. Apparently, one of their main trade secrets is to outsource to cheaper labor outside the U.S. Bear in mind this means anyone who is filing foreclosure, bankruptcy, etc. will probably have some sort of private information transferred to people in other countries, including Social Security numbers, loan numbers, financial history, etc.

  3. DyingTruth says:

    Hey Angry & NOT TAKING IT! what up?
    It’s me Philip CA from LivingLies Remember me?

    Hey I need you and 4closurefraud to either email me or post your your email@ so I can send you guys something that could very usefull in exposing fraud. Oh and by the way I think Litton’s Atty in fact is Diane Dixon not Donna, at least that’s what it says on my fake assignment. make sure you guys read the bottom part, I mean EVERYONE.

    Man I hope Florida doesn’t end up like my state California, you know nonJudicial and all. It’s bad I Mean BAD! Houses in pre-foreclosure are constantly getting broken into by the servicers/banks/attorneys while the residents are gone then steal stuff from the houses throwing whatever’s left out into the street and change the locks. When families found out what happened, they call the police then the police tell them “oh that’s a civil matter we can’t do anything about it, you have to take it to court”, problem is the judges are the ones who have hired and financed all these public/private partnerships buy the foreclosures & flip them at a profit for their retirement investment portfolios. What do you think was probably one of the main driving factors that pushed nonjudicial legislation out here and now pushing it out there? Judges are trying to avoid any possible risk of exposure. Read the Constitution and some of Jefferson’s and Madison’s quotes on the Judiciary, Judges aren’t suppose to have mortgages, pensions, IRAs or any kind of financial dependency affecting or influencing their impartiality, that’s what was meant by “Independent”.

    Promissory Notes are Cash Equivalent Value of whatever their Face Amount is, Just Like Dollar Bills & Nobody is going to Destroy money for no reason(they are Deposited in a Bank FDIC insured). How else would CDs accrue Interest? by being pooled with Interest Bearing Notes(Promissory Notes). Think about it, if you sign a Deed of Trust/Mortgage putting up your House as Collateral Security for a loan, then what the Hell do they need a Promissory Note for? What do you think is used as the minimum bid by the Beneficiary, Servicer or whoever at the Auction? All Bidders have to be able to post Bond(Binding Agreement/Contract), the Beneficiary uses Your Promissory Note as the opening bid. I you’ve ever been able to get a printout of your transaction history(if you haven’t get it from your original lender &) LOOK AT IT, in the very beginning you’ll probably see that there was a single principle payment in FULL somewhere(that was them depositing the Note just like cash) and then the very next transaction puts your balance back to what it was.

    I’m just finding this out Myself.
    DyingTruth

    pippy52@verizon.net

  4. dinsfla says:

    Ahh while we are on this lets bring it to another possible discovery…on Email Archives, Docs and More.

    See how AUTONOMY has been in a RUSH to AQUIRE all Email, Doc Achiving Companies. This is owned by an EX Wall Streeter! More on him here http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/10/21/78916/autonomy-and-the-city/#comments

    Oh if you read the last sentence …yes this one here

    “Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley & Co Limited are acting as financial advisors and, in accordance with Chapter 8 of the Listing Rules, sponsors to Autonomy in relation to the acquisition. Citi is a corporate broker to Autonomy
    Deutsche Bank AG is authorised under German Banking Law (competent authority: BaFin – Federal Financial Supervising Authority) and regulated by the Financial Services Authority for the conduct of UK business. Deutsche Bank AG is acting for Autonomy and no one else in connection with the Acquisition and the Placing and will not be responsible to anyone other than Autonomy for providing the protections afforded to clients of Deutsche Bank nor for providing advice in connection with the Acquisition and Placing.

    Morgan Stanley & Co. Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority, is acting exclusively for Autonomy Corporation plc and for no one else in connection with the Acquisition and the Placing and will not be responsible to anyone other than Autonomy Corporation plc for providing the protections afforded to the customers of Morgan Stanley & Co. Limited or for providing advice in relation to the Acquisition and the Placing or any transaction or arrangement referred to herein.

    This announcement does not constitute, or form part of, an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to subscribe for or buy any securities.”

    http://www.autonomy.com/content/News/Releases/2009/0122.en.html
    Buys Zantaz here below
    http://www.informationweek.com/news/software/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=200900127

    They purchased these Archive Companies back in 2007 in record times some being only a few months old.

    Do we think they are buying these to control the Archives of FRAUD…Yes!

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