False Statements | Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, CoreLogic, CWABS, CWALT, MERS
Bank of New York Mellon
Action Date: June 27, 2011
Location: Simi Valley, CA
Who are Bank of America’s newest robo-signers? For several years, BOA turned to its subsidiary, BAC Home Loans Servicing, in Collin County, Texas, whenever mortgage assignments were needed in foreclosures. This office, formerly Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, produced hundreds of thousands of assignments, including most all of the assignments to Countrywide CWABS and CWALT trusts. In recent months, however, BOA has turned to its office in Ventura County, California, as the Collin County, TX, signers have become too well known. These assignments are made primarily for CWALT and CWABS trusts that closed in 2005, 2006 and 2007.
These assignments claim to assign both the mortgages and the notes to the trusts.
On each of these assignments, MERS is stated to be the HOLDER of the mortgage.
Who are the newest signers – who use MERS titles to assign mortgages TO BAC while actually working FOR BAC – signing as if they were MERS officers for dozens of different companies? The names appearing most often include:
These individuals, in 2011, have signed as MERS officers for the following mortgage companies and banks, including many that no longer existed in 2011:
Aegis Wholesale Corporation
American Brokers Conduit
America’s Wholesale Lender
Countrywide Bank, FSB
Decision One Mortgage Company
First Choice Funding, Inc.
First Interstate Financial Corp.
First National Bank of Arizona
Market Street Mortgage Corp.
M/I Financial Corp.
Millenia Funding Corporation
One Mortgage Company, LLC
Pinnacle Direct Funding Corp.
Universal American Mortgage Company
Service Mortgage Underwriters, Inc.
Wilmington Finance, Inc.
CoreLogic in Chapin, South Carolina, is the keeper of these documents.
Bank of New York Mellon is the trustee for most of the CWABS and CWALT trusts that use these BAC documents.