False Statements

False Statements

Bryan Bly
Green Tree Servicing, LLC
Bill Koch
Law Offices of Marshall Watson
Nationwide Title Clearing
PNC Bank
Richmond Monroe Group
Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc.

Action Date: October 8, 2010
Location: Palm Harbor, FL

On October 7, 2010, PNC Bank reportedly announced that it was suspending foreclosures for 30 days. An examination of the Affidavits and Assignments filed by PNC shows why it may have decided on this action. For documents needed to foreclose, PNC relied heavily for the last two years on Nationwide Title Clearing in Palm Harbor, Florida and Select Portfolio Servicing in Salt Lake City, Utah. Nationwide Title Clearing (“NTC”) was one of the first companies to come under fire for using robo-signers.

Bryan Bly, the most famous robo-signer at NTC, signed thousands of Assignments and Affidavits as “Vice-President, PNC Bank, as successor by merger National City Bank, successor by merger Harbor Federal Savings Bank.” On many documents, an Ohio address appears underneath Bly’s signature. Bly, however, was never a Vice President of PNC. This was just one of the many titles Bly used so that NTC could produce documents needed for foreclosures.

On other documents, during the same time period, Bly claimed to be Assistant Vice President of Select Portfolio Services; Vice President of Citi Residential Lending; Vice President of Suntrust Mortgage; and Assistant Vice President of National City Bank. In interviews, Bly admitted that he did not have time to read the documents he signed. Despite claiming to be an officer of Select Portfolio Services, Bly is not listed as an officer on the records of the Florida Secretary of State.

Despite listing addresses in Ohio and Utah, Bly’s signature is always notarized in Pinellas County, Florida, the actual location of NTC. Bly’s many titles are often notarized by the same notary who claims to have personal knowledge that Bly is, in fact, an officer of these many companies. PNC also regularly used Select Portfolio Services (“SPS”) in Salt Lake City, Utah as a servicer.

Bill Koch of SPS has the same problems as Bly – using too many titles and signing thousands of documents each week. Bly also signs for Green Tree Servicing, LLC, but the Green Tree address is listed as c/o NTC in Palm Harbor, Florida.

In recent months, PNC has also regularly used Richmond Monroe Group in Missouri as its servicer. The frequent signer for Richmond Monroe Group is Renee Durham who is identified as “officer.” It is very unlikely that PNC can review all of the foreclosures with questionable documents in 30 days. In Florida, PNC has most often used The Law Offices of Marshall Watson, a law firm under investigation by the Florida Attorney General, to foreclose.

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Lynn Szymoniak

www.FraudDigest.com

See…

Bryan Bly, is it a LIE? Robo-Signer for Nationwide Title

Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on June 20, 2010 · 

By Susan Taylor Martin, Times Senior Correspondent In Print: Sunday, June 20, 2010 To thousands of homeowners whose loans have been shuttled from one company to another, the name “Bryan Bly” is very familiar. Over the past few years, Bly has signed countless mortgage assignments as either a notary public or “vice president” of various … Read more

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6 Responses to “False Statements”
  1. Angela says:

    Select Portfolio Servicing is my servicer and Homefield Financial Inc is my lender and they have been out of business now since 2007, who is my lender now? I cannot find a change of title that anyone else owns my mortgage. SPS is now trying to foreclose stating MERS assigned my mortgage to some trust company years after the fact can they do this?

  2. lucinda says:

    so far i have heard of one dep of an employee of select portfolio servicing mindy leetham depo involving bank of new york,where are the other depo of sps pepo and marsall and watson law firm sps is there clent.

  3. MK says:

    THERE IS AN ARTICLE THAT MIGHT HELP THE PERSON WITH THE FORECLOSURE IN CALIFORNIA.

    Jerry Brown took action on September 24, 2010 when he asked GMAC to halt foreclosures in his state. You might start by sending him a letter..not an email, a letter about your situation.

    Here is a very good article on what the banks are facing right now because the Fraud is being discovered.

    http://www.opednews.com/articles/SHOCK-THERAPY-FOR-WALL-STR-by-Ellen-Brown-101003-838.html

    ENJOY!!

  4. Alina says:

    Love ya Lynn!!!! 🙂

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