Smith, Hiatt & Diaz Case v ABBY G. LOPEZ | Fraudclosure Involving LPS On Despite Glitch, Confusion

So last week we put up some documents that were accidentally leaked from LPS.

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.”

Then there was a Motion to Purge Lender Processing Services’ (LPS) Accidentally Leaked Internal Email…

Now it looks like the Palm Beach Post took up the story…


Foreclosure case on despite glitch, confusion

A suburban West Palm Beach foreclosure case has even bank employees confused, with internal emails that question whether the wrong entity is repossessing the house – but that then decide to move forward anyway.

Bank attorneys now want to purge the court file with the messages, which were filed mistakenly. The emails also mention trying to avoid mounting community association fees.

“I think the emails basically say the plaintiff doesn’t own the loan, and it belongs to a different lender,” said attorney Peter Snyder, who is representing Abby Lopez. “It may be Bank of America, or Bank of America could just be the servicer. That’s where it all gets crazy.”

Homeowner advocates say the three email exchanges exemplify one of their biggest concerns – that the wrong bank will take their home.

You can check out the rest here…


One Response to “Smith, Hiatt & Diaz Case v ABBY G. LOPEZ | Fraudclosure Involving LPS On Despite Glitch, Confusion”
  1. incognito123 says:

    Why isn’t the homeowner/attorney motioning to dismiss for clear fraud upon the court. It SHOULD BE a clear case of BOOM, DONE. C YA!!

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