ACTION ALERT – Linda Green of Docx (et al?) Did NOT Have Signing Authority on Behalf of MERS

Prepared by and return to:
Shapiro & Fishman LLP

Got that? “Linda Green, Vice President who at the time did not have signing authority on behalf of (MERS)

WOW! (Assignment Below)

Linda Green
Lender Processing Services
Shapiro & Fishman

Action Date: August 26, 2010
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

On August 11, 2010, the Florida foreclosure mill law firm of Shapiro & Fishman (S&F) filed a “corrective” mortgage assignment (copy available in the “Pleadings” section herein). According to S & F, this “corrective” assignment was necessary because previous assignments filed by S & F were signed by Linda Green “who at that time did not have signing authority on behalf of MERS.” The day before, on August 10, 2010, the Florida Attorney General’s office issued a press release identifying S & F as one of the Florida law firms under investigation for unfair & deceptive trade practices involving improper documentation used to speed foreclosure proceedings. When Linda Green signed the prior assignments as a MERS officer, she was actually employed by Lender Processing Services in its Alpharetta, Georgia offices. Lender Processing Services decides which law firms get assigned foreclosure cases by the banks in hundreds of thousands of cases. Lender Processing Services hires the law firms and provides these firms with the documents they might need – using its own employees to sign the documents – without authority from MERS. The “corrective” assignment was signed by Kathy Smith and Joseph Kaminski who were identified as Assistant Secretaries of MERS, as nominee for American Brokers Conduit ( a company in bankruptcy since 2007). Smith & Kaminski are not actually employed by MERS or by American Brokers Conduit – so S&H may need another “corrective assignment.” The original assignment was dated October 17, 2008 – over two weeks AFTER the Lis Pendens was filed, but the “corrective” assignment attempts to solve the obvious lack of standing by a provision that states that the actual delivery of the documents took place on an unspecified date “and that such delivery of documents had occurred before default and before the filing to the lis pendens…” Courts and homeowners can expect a few more corrections from Shapiro & Fishman.

Lynn Szymoniak
Fraud Digest

Everyone remember Linda Green?

And Docx?

Here are some reminders if you don’t…

Docx Fabrications & Forgeries – Comparing Signatures & Titles on Mortgage Documents


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


LINK – Beyond Bogus – Docx Assignment of Mortgage – Bogus Assignee for Intervening Asmts


LINK – ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Docx Assignment of Mortgage – Bogus Assignee for Intervening Asmts ALL OVER THE PUBLIC RECORDS!


LINK – The Whole Country is BOGUS – Fabricated Mortgage Assignments All Over the Country


Well, it looks like that Linda Green DID NOT HAVE AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER ASSETS!

How much you want to bet that NO ONE at Docx had AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER ASSETS!

Hell, how much you want to bet that most of these so called “Vice Presidents” had any authority!

Are all of the foreclosures VOID due to fraud?

This is going to get most interesting…




Linda Green, Shapiro Fishman Corrective Assignment

4 Responses to “ACTION ALERT – Linda Green of Docx (et al?) Did NOT Have Signing Authority on Behalf of MERS”
  1. Sui the Gator says:

    In the 80’s I was a loan service manager, and supervised foreclosures in a Trustee environment. These foreclosures are judicial foreclosures you are mentioning.

    In a Trustee environment, all you need is certified mailing to the borrower as “being served”.. There is no court date, as nothing is determined in court, the Trustee is doing the foreclosure. However, some of the foreclosures were halted due to just the address that was used to send notice to the borrower. In other words, we had to start the process all over, file the NOD, wait 90 days, publish, then hold trustee sale.

    So, if the judicial foreclosures are to be properly pursued by the beneficiary of the note, i.e. the original lender/MERS, there must be a clear line of “ownership”, just like in title issues on real property. Any “break” presents a “cloud” in the title of ownership. I think you really have something here, and there should be an investigation into how MERS was set up, and why all these companies are doing business for MERS. AND, where is MERS in this mess? What are they doing? Especially when mortgages were diced and sliced into little pieces.

    Unfortunately, along with the borrowers that are suffering from unemployment, reset of adjustables, purchase/refi the result of a slimey mortgage broker, there are those that are strategic foreclosures. My house is underwater, but I was prepared for the payment, and will not give it up, even though I have lost 30% in value. If you are a strategic foreclosure, I really don’t have sympathy for you. It is like Wall Street, you took the chance, and now you have to live with it. I am.

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