Foreclosure Fraud of the Week – Poor Photoshop Skills

Here is a new little game I am going to play. Each week I will be taking ten random foreclosure cases out of the Palm Beach County court house and picking out the one that has the most fraudulent document in the file.

Be it a Pleading, a BOGUS Assignment, a Fabricated Note, a Forgery, or an Assistant Attorney General that works for both the AG Office and a Foreclosure Mill at the same time…

If you have an active case in Palm Beach County and want me to examine the documents just let me know… You may be my next Foreclosure Fraud of the Week!

Poor Photoshop Skills

Below is a copy of an Allonge. Now there can be many issues with these documents as to how they are attached to the note or why it is even in the file when there is still room on the note for the endorsements.

Well attacking that would be to easy since most are improper. What I am looking for are indisputable facts that can not be denied.

Look at the document very closely and see if you can find the fatal flaw or you can click here for the answer…

Hint: The pen was made by X-acto.



Foreclosure Fraud of the Week – Poor Photoshop Skills
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8 Responses to “Foreclosure Fraud of the Week – Poor Photoshop Skills”
  1. Lit Gant says:

    I noticed also on the back of my note that the stamp and signature were photo-shopped. This is why the plaintiff and attorney will not produce the mortgage note. I even got a motion to compel and they still refuse to produce over 14 months later. I recently filed contempt of court and asked for sanctions until it is produced. They do not want forensics on it to prove the original assignment in blank by the lender is fake. If It is fake there is no endorsement in blanks and this means the only person with an interest in the note and mortgage is the original lender. And since the original lender has already been paid, they sent me a notarized letter they have no interest in the note or mortgage. So all I have to do now is get my hands on that blasted note. We all need to carelfully examine all endorsments on notes very carefully, and this includes allonges that suddenly appear from MERS.

  2. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty - Foe of Tyranny says:

    Awesome find!!


    ok ill be watchin!

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