The Next Step – Bringing the Massive Pernicious Frauds to the Attention of our State Authorities, Federal Authorities and Clerk of Courts

Here it comes…
From Lynn Szymoniak, Esq
The next step (pertaining to the Massive Pernicious Frauds , see  herehere, and here, along with these depositions here, here, and here added by 4closurefraud) is to bring this information to the attention of your state authorities, federal authorities and Clerk of Courts.  In my opinion, it is also important to find as many other examples of these false documents as possible.
I have found that most officials and judges in particular are very reluctant to believe that banks and mortgage companies would commit such a massive wholesale fraud, but the evidence continues to mount that the evidence in foreclosure cases is being manufactured and courts are being duped.
I encourage every interested person to dedicate themselves to exposing this massive pernicious fraud and punishing the banks, mortgage companies, mortgage servicers and foreclosure firms who perpetrated this injustice by contacting your state authorities, federal authorities and Clerk of Courts.  Judges who refused to listen and gave their rubber-stamped approval to these wrong-doers can be dealt with in the election process.
Finally, when reporting this massive pernicious fraud, please remember to point out that in most cases, the banks and mortgage companies sold these properties to securitized trusts, and that these trusts purchased insurance in the event of large-scale (planned) defaults (commonly known now as “credit-swaps”) and that these insurance policies already paid out.  The insurance companies themselves, particularly AIG, were already bailed out by the U.S. taxpayers.
I believe homeowners do not want to skate away with the keys to their homes.  Instead, they want  due process rights restored in court proceedings. Lawyers should not be allowed to fabricate evidence.  All the homeowners want is the same “re-writes” and financial work-outs given to banks and insurance companies.
These loans need to be re-written with an amount due of no greater than 80% of today’s actual market value, with a reasonable interest rate (NO ARMs) for the duration of the loan, and the payments need to be made to the U.S. government as part of the great “bailout” recovery.
Here are some addresses that you may find helpful – in addition to your own State Treasurer, Senators and Representatives, and – very importantly – your own County Clerk of the Courts and State Clerk of the Courts Association (Florida’s listed below).
Since we believe crimes are being committed, it is also important to make referrals to the State Attorney.  Since many states are involved, a referral to the Justice Department is also warranted.
Please feel free to point out that at least one of the major document mills, Lender Processing Services in Jacksonville, Florida, the parent-company of Docx, Alpharetta, GA, admitted to certain wrong-doings in their 10-K filed in late February, 2010.  Docx admitted that their own clerical level employees signed mortgage documents pretending to be officers of many major banks and lenders.
It is very possible that one letter to any of these authorities will be ignored. If they receive 10, they may open a file.  If they receive 100, they may be compelled to act.  If they receive 1,000, they may actually conduct an investigation, discover the truth and demand an end to these shameful and illegal practices.
Please feel free to share my response…

Lynn Szymoniak, Esq


Mr. Phil Angelides, Chairman
Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
1717 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 800
Washington, D.C.  20006-4614Sheila C. Bair, Chairwoman, FDIC
& Sandra L. Thompson, Director, FDIC, Division of Supervision & Consumer Protection
550 17th St., NW, Room 6028
Washington, D.C.  20429

Congresswoman Maxine Waters
Housing & Community Opportunity Subcommittee
Rayburn House Office Building, B301-C
Washington, D.C.
Congressman Barnie Frank, Chairman
Financial Services Committee
Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C.  20515

FBI Tampa Division

FBI Jacksonville Field Office

FBI Miami Field Office


107 West Gaines Street, Suite 199
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
(850) 595-4200

William Eddins, State Attorney
190 Government Center
Pensacola, Florida 32501
(850) 595-4746

William N. Meggs, State Attorney
Leon County Courthouse
301 South Monroe Street, Suite 475
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2550
(850) 606-6000

Jerry M. Blair, State Attorney
100 S.E. Court Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064
(386) 362-2320

Harry Shorstein, State Attorney
330 East Bay Street, 6th Floor
Duval County Courthouse, Room 600
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904) 630-2400

Brad King, State Attorney
19 N. W. Pine Avenue
Ocala, Florida 34475
(352) 620-3800

Bernie McCabe, State Attorney
14250 49th Street North, Room 1000
Clearwater, Florida 33762
(727) 464-6221

John Tanner, State Attorney
The Justice Center
251 North Ridgewood Avenue
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114-7505
(386) 239-7710

Bill Cervone, State Attorney
120 West University Avenue
Gainesville, Florida 32601
(352) 374-3670

Lawson Lamar, State Attorney
415 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
(407) 836-2400

Jerry Hill, State Attorney
255 Broadway Avenue
Bartow, Florida 33830
(863) 534-4800

Katherine Fernandez-Rundle, State Attorney
E. R. Graham Building
1350 N. W. 12 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33136
(305) 547-0100

Earl Moreland, State Attorney
Criminal Justice Building, Suite 400
2071 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota, Florida 34237-7000
(941) 861-4400

Mark Ober,  State Attorney
County Courthouse Annex, 5th Floor
800 East Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33602-4199
(813) 272-5400

Steve Meadows, State Attorney
421 Magnolia Avenue
Panama City, Florida 32401
(850) 872-4473

Barry E. Krischer, State Attorney
401 N. Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401-4209
(561) 355-7100

Mark E. Kohl, State Attorney
530 Whitehead Street, Suite 201
Key West, Florida 33040-6547
(305) 292-3400

Michael J. Satz, State Attorney
201 S. E. 6th Street, Suite 665
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33301
(954) 831-6955

Bruce H. Colton, State Attorney
411 South Second Street
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34950
(772) 465-3000

Stephen Russell, State Attorney
1700 Monroe Street, 3rd Floor
Ft. Myers, Florida 33901
(941) 637-2104


Miami-Dade County, Florida – Clerk of Courts
Broward County, Florida – Clerk of Courts
Palm Beach County, Florida – Clerk and Comptroller
Hillsborough County, Florida – Clerk of the Circuit Court
Orange County, Florida – Clerk of Courts

More Florida Clerk of Courts Below:// 

Alachua County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Baker County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Bay County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Bradford County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Brevard County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Charlotte County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Citrus County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Collier County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Columbia County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
DeSoto County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Duval County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Escambia County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Flagler County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Franklin County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Gilchrist County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Hardee County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Hendry County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Hernando County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Indian River County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Jackson County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Lake County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Lee County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Leon County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Manatee County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Marion County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Martin County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Monroe County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Nassau County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Okaloosa County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Okeechobee County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Osceola County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Pinellas County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Polk County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Santa Rosa County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Sarasota County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Seminole County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
St. Johns County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
St. Lucie County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Sumter County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Suwannee County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Taylor County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Union County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Volusia County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Wakulla County, FL, Clerk (Recorder)
Walton County, FL, Clerk (Recorder of Deeds)
Washington County, Florida

Together, we have the power of our collective voices and votes. Once again, these Fraudsters have thrown down the gauntlet. Let’s accept their declaration of war and fight back.


7 Responses to “The Next Step – Bringing the Massive Pernicious Frauds to the Attention of our State Authorities, Federal Authorities and Clerk of Courts”
  1. Ron Carr says:

    My story includes the FDIC, SAG of Florida , F BI , IRS , Interpool and FDLE The FRAUD that destroyed my life caused a Bank to FAIL as per the Senior Inspector of the FDIC stated FPB is STILL the second worst Bank to fail EVEN today. NONE of the Board Members have NOT gone to jail yet nor even indicted. Everyone is scratching each others back. They walked away with millions. I have been threatened and nobody cares. There is NO Justice in Florida. The other Fraudsters one in North Carolina got 20 years for another crime and one in Arizona got 25. NOTHING happens in Florida. So come one, come all white collar criminals you will get away with any scam you want to do. The cops and Prosecutors are too busy chasing the li’l boy who took a candy bar, not the ones in suits and ties.

  2. captanthony says: is a scam. They will take your money for their ebook and you will never hea from them again

  3. HHf says:

    Shapario and Fishmen filed a foreclosure action against me and they didn’t have the note. I signed a mortgage with Discover Loan and the Plaintiff was Wells Fargo. They could never produce the trust agreement or anyother documents. I paid the $1000 that I owed and now the bank is now putting almost $4000 on my statement for foreclosure fees. I filed a complaint with the Florida Bar. I think others should consider doing this too.

  4. Paul Fraser says:

    Royal Bank of Canada (RBC Bank) : Corporate Bully


    I’m a commercial fisherman fighting the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC Bank) over a $100,000 loan mistake. I lost my home, fishing vessel and equipment. Help me fight this corporate bully by closing your RBC Bank account.

    There was no monthly interest payment date or amount of interest payable per month on my loan agreement. Date of first installment payment (Principal + interest) is approximately 1 year from the signing of my contract.
    Demand loan agreements signed by other fishermen around the same time disclosed monthly interest payment dates and interest amounts payable per month.The lending policy for fishermen did change at RBC from one payment (principal + interest) per year for fishing loans to principal paid yearly with interest paid monthly. This lending practice was in place when I approached RBC.
    Only problem is the loans officer was a replacement who wasn’t familiar with these type of loans. She never informed me verbally or in writing about this new criteria.

    Help me fight the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC Bank) by closing your account.

    “Fighting the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC Bank) one customer at a time”

  5. Good luck. My own experience has been that the judiciary is fully cognizant of the use of improper documentation in foreclosure cases and has opted to ignore the problem in favor of granting expeditious summary judgments of foreclosure.

    • EZ says:

      Mr. Kessler, your name has come up a few times when doing some local research for our own case. I’m assuming you’ve seen the article in the H Tribune and know about the appellate court ruling that overturned a home foreclosure here in SRQ…do you not think that our Circuit Court judges won’t be so quick to grant summary judgements…?? This has become much more than a personal issue for me. Thanks Lynn for organizing so much of the information available.

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