Fraudclosure | Lender Processing Services (LPS) Internal Email Accidentally Leaked

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PALM BEACH FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 502009CA030403XXMBAW

HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS OF DEUTSCHE
ALT A SECURITIES MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST’
SERIES 2007-BAR1 MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
Plaintiff

vs.

ABBY G. LOPEZ; TERRACINA HOMEOWNERS’
ASSOCIATION, INC.

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Lender Processing Services (LPS) Internal Email Accidentally Leaked in a Fraudclosure Case

4closureFraud.org has received a very interesting court-certified document to share with our readers. An affidavit from Bank of America representative, Kimberly Sue Daley, refers to attached business records. The documents attached to the affidavit included a printout of email exchanges with the LPS Desktop logo.

The conversation evolves like this:

“Yikes! The name of the foreclosing party (HSBC as Trustee for Deutsche Bank Alt-A 2007-BAR1) matches the name on the affidavit of amount owed BUT that name doesn’t match what is in our system. It’s pretty far into the legal foreclosure process. What should we do now?”

“Hey, no problemo! We have two options; 1) change the name now and possibly be hit with higher homeowner association fees or 2) quit claim deed the home over to the right name after the sale, but that will cost documentary stamp taxes. The doc stamp taxes will probably be less costly than the HOA fees. Please advise.”

“Go with the quit claim deed (QCD). After the foreclosure sale to the trust, just deed the home over to Bank of America! Problem solved.”

Text and PDF copies of the documents below.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

From: Nicholas Leonhard

Subject: FITNO Issue

The plaintiff on the complaint/AIO and our system of record do not match. Please advise us regarding a reliable procedure whereby the appropriate foreclosing party can be situated in the matter such that we can proceed to judgment of sale’

Thank
you very much’

Sincerely,

Nicolas S, Leonhard

Investor#:7008811

Plaintiff: Foreclosure In Name Of : BANK OF AMERICA, N-A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING’ LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP

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From: BAC Affidavits
Subject: Re: FITNO Issue

After reviewing the documents uploaded to LPS, the plaintiff on the complaint and the AOI match the information given to us.

Please let me know if I can further assist you.

Have a great day.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

From: Nicholas Leonhard

Subject: Re: Re: FITNO Issue

we did an Internal review and see that the investor has requested that we FC in our name, given the point in the FC we are in.

Is this possible? Please provide us with a reliable path to proceed.

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From: BAC Affidavit
Subject: Re: Re: Re: FITNO Issue
Good afternoon Nicholas

This should be corrected by quit claim deed after the sale takes place. Changing the plaintiff at the time of sale may result in significant increase in fees due to the condominium or homeowner association involved in this case. correcting post sale may result in documentary stamp taxes being incurred, but the taxes should be less than the association dues unless the loan is very large. Please note your system and advise us to make this correction when you advise of your bidding instructions

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Intercom Message ;: Client Ref # 7419g144 :; Vendor Ref #

FROM: Leonhard, Nicholas
TO: Affidavits, BAC;
CC:
DATE: 8/17/20t1 7:30:00 AM
SUBJECT: Re: Re: Re: Re: FITNO Issue
TYPE: General Update
MESSAGE:

We approve your recommendation to do a QCD. Thanks for your help.

Sincerely,

Nicolas S. Leonhard

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LPS Internal Emails Pg 1 – Foreclosed in Wrong Party Name

LPS Internal Emails Pg 2 – Foreclosed in Wrong Party Name

Lopez Affidavit

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12 Responses to “Fraudclosure | Lender Processing Services (LPS) Internal Email Accidentally Leaked”
  1. QNY1 says:

    If you want real change, vote for Dr. Ron Paul – he is the one that wants to take down the banks. Support him or we will keep suffering. Check out his voting record, it speaks for itself. His campaign is not funded by the big banks http://www.opensecrets.org.

  2. Tim Ingham says:

    As a white collar professional It is interesting to see that the emails have a very professional and upbeat tone to them which is telling of several things:

    1. This was standard practice to find whatever way possible to minimze costs for their company, and something they prided themselves in doing
    2. They had no understanding or regard for the existing laws in place, which means there was zero flowdown of laws applicable to their business by management, and a culture of zero ethics.

    This can only happen after years of no enforcement. We don’t need to develop more regulations in this country as much as just enforcing the regulations we already have. If we don’t do the latter the former won’t matter anyways.

  3. WOW the fraud never stops

  4. Imanda Waldon says:

    LPS served our foreclosure paperwork. However, I did not realize they work for the Mortgage/Mortgage Attorneys Office. This individual from LPS referred us to a lawyer in Northwest, Fla. We went to this attorney and after 2 hours of his spill how he could save our home for $3,000.00 and then a monthly payment of $150.00 not including court costs, mileage, faxes, meetings out of town, etc. OH…..and stated they would not charge for simple questions and answers, but to bring by a bottle of wine for his staff was encouraged……they talked us into a payment plan of $500.00 a month until the $3,000.00 was paid for and was to hold our check of $500.00 until Friday (payday) and stated that we had 3 business days to change our mind. Well. after looking over this crazy contract, we called and stated we are not interested in your services at this time. They cashed the check anyway. The only way we got a refund was.. I stated I had recorded our meeting. They went crazy, offered a refund and then before they would pay us our money, threatened to have me locked up for an hour and a half. I kept asking, if you are not doing anything wrong, why would you care if I recorded our session. Anyway, I was glad they did not have me arrested that day. Something was very fishy this day……..maybe kick back to LPS for referral? Oh, and I forgot to add that the attorney met me outside and they did not want me to go back in their office after I requested a refund within the 3 business day of their contract.

    • incognito123 says:

      Locked up???? F#*& THEM!!! If threatened like this again, ask them to state the SPECIFIC statute (both criminal and/or civil statute) that you allegedly violated, and to be locked up, that would need to be criminal. You also need to look at the attorney rules of ethics – AND FILE A COMPLAINT – EVERYONE **MUST** START FILING MORE COMPLAINTS IF WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A CHANCE AT CORRECTING A SYSTEM THAT IS WAY OFF TRACK. If you do not file complaints, then YOU AGREE with their conduct!! FILE COMPLAINTS against any and all judges, attorneys (BOTH sides), notaries, clerks, WHOEVER violates ANY statutes!!!

  5. I came across an email a month ago or so while searching for documents in PACER that were filed in WA Federal Courts…………LPS asking if they should change the name on the Assignment/Deed……..followed with a follow up email that ‘per the FDIC’ it was not necessary. Final email was LPS sending the run of emails internally for them ‘to print and put in the vault’. Really????? Just why would LPS need to put fraudulent docs, or emails pertaining to their fraudulent acts, in a vault

    Hmmmmm, it is amazing what you can find on PACER, but more amazing what the courts will allow these criminals to do.

  6. James Hunter says:

    I have a case where I did some investigating on that was just like this. The result of said behavior force the judge reverse said ruling with a little help from MERS.

  7. tee says:

    If it was a small business suspect of fraud, the feds would sweep in and take computers for evidence…….im so sick of the unfair bs……i really hope someone flips out and starts knocking the bastards off…….getting no satisfaction from the officials who are supposed to protect us from criminals……wheres Charles Bronson ?

  8. 1ofthemany says:

    Looks like the thievery is poking out it’s ugly A$$ again and I am sure if we could only get hold of others it would most definitely speak for itself in print time and time again, how interesting this is!!!! Love seeing it in print and oh the bidding lets not forget the bidding oh and lets make it match so we can proceed to screw the world ( hope I got that right)!!!!!!!! they just can not be satisfied in ruining ALL! And this is just little BOA… would be quite a revelation to see WF, JP, Chase, US and on and on leaked emails. There has to be some employees somewhere that actually have a heart and soul. ya know..we do not want to know their names we just want the email!!! I am sure they do not feel they would be protected and neither do we and have not for many years. Hope to see more and soon. Thanks 4closure!!!

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