Mortgage Assignments as Evidence of Fraud – Lynn Szymoniak Esq. Editor Fraud Digest

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“In many  states,  two  such Assignments were  prepared  and  filed.  The  first was prepared in the name of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems as “nominee” for  the  particular  bank  or  mortgage  company.  When  MERS  authority  to  file foreclosures and Assignments was challenged  in most  jurisdictions, with varying results, a non-MERS Assignment was prepared as well.

In all of  these  cases,  the Assignment was prepared  to  conceal  the actual date that the property was acquired by the Trust.  An examination of the Assignments filed showing  the grantee as  the Trust – such as  “Soundview Home Loan Trust 2006 – OPT 2” – shows that most of these Assignments were prepared and filed in  2008  and  2009,  when,  in  reality,  the  mortgages  and  notes  were  actually assigned – albeit defectively – prior  to  the closing date of  the Trust.   While  the exact  closing  date  can  only  be  determined  by  looking  at  the  trust  documents, any Trust that includes the year in 2006 in its title most likelyclosed in 2006.

If a Mortgage Assignment  is dated, notarized and  filed  in a year after the year set forth in the name of the grantee trust on the Assignment, it is actually an Assignment specially, and in many cases, fraudulently, made to facilitate foreclosures”.

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Mortgage Assignments as Evidence of Fraud

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8 Responses to “Mortgage Assignments as Evidence of Fraud – Lynn Szymoniak Esq. Editor Fraud Digest”
  1. James Smith says:

    Equity Financial is the original lender on my first mortgage. They were out of Kentucky. Does anyone know how I can find out if they went bankrupt? jsmith5915@msn.com

  2. George Wager says:

    Does anyone know how I can take Lynns robo signers from fraud digest and get it certified so I can use it in court. Elizabeth Boulton the second name on her list and Kasea Matthews the 7th name are all over my Substitution of trustee and assignment of deed signing as asst secretary of MERS while employed by AHMSI. They even show MERS as the original lender which isn’t possible. Thanks for the help.

  3. Some Home Foreclosures are Actually Disguised Real Estate Extortions

    Some people think that those who fall delinquent on their mortgage debts deserve whatever happens to them. Deadbeats, is what they call us, even when becoming delinquent on a debt was an unavoidable occurrence. Some of us (like me) did not know that marriage failure would bankrupt us; or there would be medical bills; or job layoffs -but yes, some folks lived beyond their means. All the same, this narrative is about what collection on a loan via fraud and deception can do to a person, (too few people know about dark sides of real estate lending and borrowing).
    My story is not a sour grapes foreclosure story; I am not so much calling attention to loss of a home, but rather, to nearly irreparable wrongs that occurred in connection with real estate extortion. My true verifiable story is about how -like an overrun creature lying in the street, my brutal adversaries maimed and left me there! And while I wince in pain, I anguish also for others who have been wronged by brutes. I do not have any other choice except to raise my pen and voice until vindication arrives; and authorities stop the wrongdoers from continuing their harms. Moreover, my situation has little to do with whether I have forgiven them, but it is about my lack of freedom and impediments to my ability to pursue happiness and employment to jobs of my choice, and for which I qualify.

    For 4 years, I fought through the court systems to prevent the fraudulent taking of my home. In so doing, I was repeatedly ravished by merciless litigators. They caused me lost jobs and blacklisting. I was always vilified and made to seem like a crazy outcast. I was persecuted and castigated by judges; I spent lots of ill-affordable money in legal costs; my privacy was shockingly, repeatedly invaded; I was falsely arrested; at one occasion, I was so tormented, I went to the bathroom on myself; and my freedom yet remains in jeopardy. Also, there’s an amazing plethora of distorted humiliating documents and statements about me in federal court records. Such pleadings, records, and documents would never have been if it I were not opposing that foreclosure fraud, as court systems are the only means of opposing an unlawful foreclosure. (And yes, I knew, like most African-Americans know, that seldom do ‘our kind’ prevail in New Orleans federal courts -unless a controversy is well-known to the public, and skewed decisions would be too obvious.) To put things bluntly, the merciless suffering to which I have been / and am being subjected to is because: (a) I would not cooperate with unlawfully losing my home; and (b) the n_____r b____, as I was called, needs to know her place. In gist, this is what happened:

    Foreclosure mill attorney, Adcock, deliberately filed a foreclosure in the name of an entity which (GE Capital Mortgage Services, Inc) did not have standing for my New Orleans mortgage loan. Although I did not know why Adcock committed that fraud and other frauds, I recognized that my home was being taken through illegal means. I filed judicial challenges, in which I asserted and proved the foreclosure was impossible due to the foreclosure plaintiff’s non-existence. (I might not have been inclined to fight so hard for my home if it were not for the deceptive method in which I could lose it.) The frauds were the red flags that led me to search and find out there was no “perfected lien” on my home; and that a novated loan document was not lawfully enforceable.
    Even up to this date, . . .” *Read entire article @ http://newsblaze.com/story/20100411123047lawg.nb/topstory.html

  4. These recorded documents are ticking time bombs waiting to explode in a lawsuit filed subsequent to foreclosure for wrong foreclosure, fraud and decit, racketeering and violation of fair debt collection practices authorities. it is but a question of time before the title companies stop insuring foreclosed properties because of defects in the chain of title of the mortgage. In short, the bank can take the properties in a phoiney foreclosure but it will not be able to resell it. The problem referred to open the way to the use of title defects to countervailing force in opposing foreclosure which does not rely upon the jurisdiction or approval of the foreclosure court.

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