Marshall C. Watson | Rep. Darren Soto Letter to Bondi Calls for Formal Investigation into Firm, Possibly Criminal, Related to Foreclosure Fraud & Violations of Settlement

Letter below speaks for itself.

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4closureFraud.org

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Soto Bondi Letter Investigation

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7 Responses to “Marshall C. Watson | Rep. Darren Soto Letter to Bondi Calls for Formal Investigation into Firm, Possibly Criminal, Related to Foreclosure Fraud & Violations of Settlement”
  1. Virginia homeowner defeats OneWest’s motion to intervene into a quiet title action:
    http://bryllaw.blogspot.com/2011/10/virginia-homeowner-defeats-onewests.html

  2. Ron Moss says:

    MERS is a sham. Looks as if you have made that statement before

  3. Litgant says:

    Making the Florida Unfair Deceptive Trade Practices Act stronger by covering fraud in matters of mortgages and notes is a great move forward in easing the court burdens and costs. Banks would be forced to work out deals with property owners and refinaning agreeable to both. With new documents in place the old one would no longer matter. Thus would end all the fraudulent documents manufactured by LPS, lawyers, and others. I applaud the work of Rep Darren Soto. This man has a heart for the people. He is not just a shyster hanging around for a hand-out under the table from the banking criminals. Thanks Rep Soto, you are a great American.

    • housemanrob says:

      …..would help save the monster title destruction….which will never end under present policies!

    • PaulR says:

      I agree. I’ve swapped several e-mails with the guy, and find him to be conscientious, sincere, and responsive. I almost NEVER vote Democratic, being a very conservative guy, but these issues have me re-considering some of those votes.

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  1. […] former Florida state representative (D-49) and newly elected to the Florida state senate (D-14), called for a formal investigation, possibly criminal related, Marshall Watson’s possible violations of the settlement agreement […]

  2. […] Response: Lisa Epstein does admit that she was shocked, disgusted, appalled, and deeply alarmed at their dual disappearance. Lisa Epstein sent several emails to other investigators/attorneys who were assigned mill cases. Lisa Epstein stopped sending these documents after she was repeatedly ignored when emailing “Who is monitoring and enforcing the Marshall Watson settlement so we can send documents regarding possible violations of their settlement agreement?” Recently, a Florida legislator, Rep. Darren Soto, has demanded this same information here. […]



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