Psst. Hey you, yea, you. I got just what you need. Lender Processing Services’ DOCX Document Fabrication Price Sheet

The Fixer

Cure Defective Mortgage

$12.95 + TPC
Create Lost Note Affidavit

$12.95 + SH
Create Note Allonge

$12.95 + SH

Create Missing Intervening Assignment

$35.00 + TPC

Cure Defective Assignment

$12.95 + TPC

My Favorite

Recreate Entire Collateral File

$95.00 + TPC




From the Catalog…

DOCX’s GetNet™ Document Recovery solution is a national network of runners that is engaged to provide document recovery, expedited recordation services, title searches, and insurance submissions.

The service is unique in that our clients can request that DOCX obtain any missing recordable documents through this web site through our online GetNet™ Work Order Form. Status of existing projects can also be obtained through our Online Services.

We also accept work orders the “old fashioned” way via fax or mail. Upon receipt of the work order, DOCX will access the national network of runners, place the order and follow up to ensure prompt delivery.

GetNet™ was designed to assist mortgage servicers in meeting agency certifications and to avoid costly penalties for filing late
satisfaction pieces.

GetNet™ Features

  • A National Network of title runners retains presence in every county jurisdiction nationwide.
  • Obtains missing mortgage documents, assignments, title policies and LGC/MICs.
  • Expedites recordation by physically walking documents in to county recorder offices.
  • Provides title searches to identify mortgage holders.
  • Provides online reporting capabilities.

We all remember DOCX right?


LINK – 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

LINK – All Aboard!!! Class Action Against Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, U.S. Bank National Association, Lender Processing Services, Inc. and DOCX, LLC

LINK – Lender Processing Services, Inc. – FORM 10-K – EX-21.1 – February 23, 2010 Legal Proceedings

LINK – Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum Launches Investigations into Florida Default Law Group and Docx, LLC a/k/a Lender Processing Services

Link – Linda Green – Can’t Get No Satisfaction

Link – Toxic Titles Part Deux – Linda Green of Docx (et al?) Did NOT Have Signing Authority on Behalf of MERS


Well now you can check out their document fabrication price sheet below…




Lender Processing Services’ DOCX Document Fabrication Price Sheet

20 Responses to “Psst. Hey you, yea, you. I got just what you need. Lender Processing Services’ DOCX Document Fabrication Price Sheet”
  1. Cheryl McGregor says:

    Pssst….. Did anyone try verifying any of these terms in a Mortgage Terminology Dictionary before assuming the worst? I am not claiming this company is legit or above board – only that words like create, recreate and cure are normal terms used regarding mortgage documents as well as other areas.

    For example: you need the bank to provide you with an old credit card stmt so you can prove you paid for something. They would be RECREATING your statement for you. You had the only original and lost it – now they have to go into their digital storage system and print it out again.

    Cure is a legal term that is pretty much the same for mortgage transactions as it is for medical situations. If you don’t sign your docs correctly at closing – the CURE is for the bank/mtg company to send you new documents to sign. There are various cures for various situations. None of them illegal.

    • Psst… Have you clicked any of the links in this post about DOCX to educate yourself before making such an uneducated comment?

      I think you should before you make another….

      • Cheryl says:

        As stated previously – I’m not speaking to the legitimacy of the company in question only to the terminology that has peoples knickers in a twist. Having spent the last 5 years looking at mortgage documents and speaking with lawyers, title companies and county recorders – I think I’m pretty well educated on the terminology.

      • Unfortunatly the last five years were all based on fruadulant transactions so I wouldn’t argue with you that you know the “terminology”.

        Just because that is the terminology, it does not make it legal.

        They got away with it for that long and now it is all starting to collapse.

    • Michael says:

      I know that it’s a common name but are you that Cheryl? If so, you’re like a celebrity here.

  2. e.s. says:

    Did anybody see The Stock Pick piece on Fox Channel on Saturday?

    One of the guests recommended buying LPS because (in his words)…
    “with all the robo-signers, the foreclosure mills stock will tank, and the lenders will need to get paperwork done someplace… so I predict that the stock will raise by 40%.. this makes it a WINNER in my book.” (end quote)

    WOW, REALLY???!! So Investors should take their money out of one corrupt organization and place it into another corrupt entity!

    Is this MIND NUMBING to anyone else?????????????????????????????????????

    Gotta love the greed and corruption that is Wall street and all the lovely corporations and banking institutions!

  3. Pascal Blacque says:

    Great work on this since the beginning.

    But why focus only on foreclosure cases? Clearly, the clouded title chains and assignment fraud are not the result of foreclosure proceedings.

    Rather they are embedded in the securitization process as a whole. In other words, all notes and mortgages that were securitized since 2005 or earlier contain faults in their title chain and have been subject to illegal conveyances.

    Obviously this creates problems for foreclosures as lenders cant prove legal standing. But that endemic problem has implications for all Notes, not just the delinquent ones.

    What about PERFORMING notes? Cant non-delinquent borrowers request proof that current lender is rightful owner of note thus having a legal claim over mortgage payment? If the lender or servicer cannot prove ownership or adequate / legal assignment, can not the borrower stop making all payments until title chain is free and clear?

    The real question is … why is Wall Street not reacting more than it is? Technicality or not, it seems to be believing that it wont have a material adverse impact.

    If performing notes are also impacted … would that still be true?

  4. Wow, this is unbelievable! I posted on the blog and linked back to you. Where did you find this? Good work!

  5. livin' it says:

    I’m now afraid to ask “how much worse this can get”.

  6. John Blake says:

    Off to the races– never remit monthly mortgage payments again! Just fail to write the check, then use DOCX at one tenth the cost to “cure” the default time after time, escalating legal-schmegal submissions as circumstances warrant. Who cares, greedy bankers should never have financed you anyhow. Credit ratings, all that nonsense, is for schmucks– just ask Chris Dodd and Barney Frank. But Mom, everybody does it, as they say in kindergarten… soon enough, when all sand castles wash away in tides of liquidation, you’ll be wondering why DOCX itself ain’t makin’ any loans.

    • Michael says:

      DocX ain’t making any loans .. never did. They were shut down awhile ago; this is the garbage they’ve flooded the system with.

      As for the credit ratings yeah .. we’re all slaves to those accurate credit ratings that predicted the current foreclosure volume, huh? Or maybe you’re referring to the institutional investors who rated those mezzanine tranches of sub-prime junk as AAA. Or maybe it’s the salespeople who agreed to bundle the mortgages then — oops — forgot to. Or maybe the same salespeople who figured out “thin credit barbell loans” then signed up a bunch of minimum-wage immigrants for jumbo mortgages so they could get a high rating on a lousy offering (then blame it on the barely literate gardeners .. personal responsibility being for the little people).

      Barney Frank and Chris Dodd didn’t help, but neither did Bush and Paulson. This was a bi-partisan hatchet job on the American public by thieves pretending to be businesspeople.

  7. 2 Pirates Over 40 says:

    And just remember if you order 2 complete sets today, we will send you an additional 2 set free for just shipping and handling charges of $7.95 , so order yours today !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Can’t decide which one is my favorite.

    Create a note allonge or create a lost note affidavit or cure a defective mortgage or create missing intervening assgnment……….so hard to choose.

    What about all the satisfactions of mortgage (and following revocations thereof)? Did I miss the pricing on those?

    See here:


  9. housemanrob says:

    Another thought. HOW MANY of these documents do they have to SELL TO MAKE A PROFIT at these flea market prices. One can only IMAGINE.

  10. housemanrob says:

    This is ABSOLUTE PROOF!………….to me……… that this is one big CROOKED CONSPIRACY and these greedy, sociopathic scumbags have licences to steal from middle class americans……..the greatest majority.

  11. Don Carlos says:

    Fabrication Factory with price menu! Only in America, priceless!

  12. Michael says:

    What are people complaining about? $125 to recreate the whole collateral file is a bargain! The original fraudulent appraisals alone cost about $350 … and the fraudulent disclosures and the materially false HUD statements way more.

    Homeowners would really have benefited — kinda’ like they “benefited” from the “financial innovation” apparatus of the late 200’s — if DocX (owned by LPS) would’ve just conveniently “recreated” an entire file from scratch from the beginning.

    They could have even coordinated with the ratings agencies to make sure their creations always resulted in AAA rated MBS’s: “efficiency” at mass scale.

  13. indio007 says:

    I’m rubbing my eyes ! I almost can’t believe they put it down in writing!

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