Lawyer Seeks Class Status for Lender Processing Services (LPS) Robo-Signing Lawsuit

Lawyer seeks class status for robo-signing lawsuit

(AP) LAS VEGAS — A lawyer in Las Vegas has filed a civil lawsuit seeking class-action status on behalf of homeowners he says have been hurt by the filing of fraudulent foreclosure documents during an alleged “robo-siging” scheme.

Matthew Callister said he wants a state judge to stop tainted home sales and evictions and order Lender Processing Services Inc. and several bank and mortgage companies to modify loans and pay monetary damages to affected homeowners.

“This is to say, ‘Stop. Let us try to modify the loan appropriately,'” Callister said. “Then we’ll seek damages.”

Jacksonville, Fla.-based Lender Processing Services said in a statement that it has acknowledged flaws in some documents filed in Las Vegas, but it denies the filings resulted in any wrongful foreclosures. The company promotes itself as the leading provider of mortgage processing, serving most U.S. banks and handling more than half of all foreclosures in the nation.

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2 Responses to “Lawyer Seeks Class Status for Lender Processing Services (LPS) Robo-Signing Lawsuit”
  1. Hell No - No More Bleeping Bankster Bailouts says:

    LPS and Litton Loan Servicing worked together to create the assignment of my mortgage from America’s Wholesale Lender Corporation, even though the corporation did not originally exist at the time the loan was originated.

    That assignment was created and filed nearly a year after the NOD, more than 6 months after the NOS attempt and a month after a faulty Proof of Claim was filed by McCalla-Rhymer and Litton with the bankruptcy court.

    For a loan that was never even truly ‘PERFECTED’, this string of documents are certainly worse than just ‘clerical errors’/ That assignment is an attempt to commit fraud upon the court.


    Litton Loan Servicing (since sold by Goldman-Sucks to Ocwen) also LIES, LIES, LIES!

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