ROBO-SIGNING COMPLAINT | State of Nevada vs Meghan Shaw, Jennifer Bloeker and Joseph Noel


Las Vegas, NV – The Office of the Nevada Attorney General announced today that complaints have been filed against three more notaries in the State’s ongoing massive robo-signing investigation. Meghan Shaw, Jennifer Bloecker and Joseph Noel have all been charged with notarization of the signature of a person not in their presence.

“These complaints are the result of notary practices which did not conform with legal requirements of our state. These requirements were enacted to ensure the integrity of public documents and our action today is another step in our attempt to determine those responsible” said Chief Deputy Attorney General John Kelleher.

The charges stem from the notaries’ involvement in the scheme to file fraudulent documents with the Clark County Recorder’s office. The documents, referred to as Notices of Default (NODs), were used to initiate foreclosure on local homeowners.

Through an investigation led by the Attorney General’s office the notaries charged in this case have confirmed that their job duties included signing another person’s name on a document and then notarizing that signature.

Shaw, Noel and Lowe are set to make an initial appearance in court on Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at 8:30AM in Justice Court 8.

Anyone who has information regarding this case should contact the Attorney General’s Office at 702-486-3132.

Read the criminal complaint below…


State of Nevada vs Meghan Shaw, Jennifer Bloeker and Joseph Noel

One Response to “ROBO-SIGNING COMPLAINT | State of Nevada vs Meghan Shaw, Jennifer Bloeker and Joseph Noel”
  1. unclean hands says:

    I’m sure all the cases in Florida are ligit, right?? Scumbags!!

    To all of you on here from Florida. Try to get your big media contacts to pressure Bondi on this issue. With LPS housed here, we should be leading this effort, not Mass. or Nevada.

    I’m in Orlando and working with Mary Shanklin, who reports on real estate for the Sentinel.

    There seems to be alot of momentum right now, with whistleblowers etc..

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