Photoshop Fail | Shapiro & Ingle Aurora Loan Mortgage Fraud & Notary Fraud

Document executed by photoshop. M. Headen, whose digitally, photoshopped signature was applied to this document may not be aware of this document. Here is one of the best photoshop fraud fail we’ve seen to date. Examine the whited out signature lines and the break in the signature loops due to the document alternation application of … Read more

Thomas Cox | The Destruction of a Foreclosure Lawyer’s Faith in the Justice System

“If the courts can’t address clear instances of fraud and injustice, how can they protect our citizens?“ ~ The Destruction of a Foreclosure Lawyer’s Faith in the Justice System My faith in our courts’ willingness to protect individuals against what the Maine Supreme Court itself called the “fraudulent” and “unethical” conduct of the nation’s fifth … Read more

Nebraska Fraudclosure Cover-Up! ISO Citizen who filed the Sealed Notary Complaint Against Joann Rein Resulting in Loss of Her Commission

Nebraska Fraudclosure Cover-Up Posted by L Joann Rein, or perhaps a surrogate signor, executed an estimated tens of thousands of questionable documents filed in courts and land records across America. She works at Aurora Loan servicing in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska. The Nebraska Secretary of State revoked Joann Rein’s notary commission in the summer of 2011. … Read more

Full Deposition of Joann Rein Aurora Robo-signer Extraordinaire

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White Paper | Property Title Trouble in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb?

Property Title Trouble in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb? Abstract: The economic crisis gripping the United States began when large numbers of homeowners defaulted on poorly underwritten subprime mortgage loans. Demand from Wall Street seduced mortgage lenders, brokers, and other players to churn out mortgage loans in extraordinary numbers. Securitization, the process of … Read more

Rosa Schechter | Passidomo’s Proposed Fair Foreclosure Act Helps All of Us – Not Just Banks

“It’s true that in these situations, the banks would be allowed to meet a much less stringent standard in their burden of proof before legally foreclosing on a home. It’s also true that much of the “robo-signing” morass has been due to lenders not being able to meet the legal burdens of proof under current … Read more