Have You Been a Pawn in Wall Street’s Mortgage Ponzi Scheme?

Ponzi Lie

Have you been a pawn in Wall Street’s mortgage Ponzi scheme?

Join us Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 at 9am at Circuit Courthouse,

350 E. Marion St., Punta Gorda, for a Rally Against The Banks!

Have you lost your job because they crashed the housing market?

Have you lost your home or are you struggling to hold on because huge financial interests have

played fast and loose with the rules of their game?

Have you been the victim of “rocket dockets,” banks’ lawyers’ preferential treatment by the

courts, fraudulent eviction notices with false signatures and falsified documents?

Are you ready to give up and believe that voting doesn’t make any difference at all?

Well, usually you are right. But in November 2014 you do have a choice at the polls to

elect two men who have experienced some of what has hurt you.

Ronald Gillis is in court defending his home against two different financial institutions that

claim his mortgage. In their head long rush to make obscene profits, banks bundled mortgages

and sold them as investments. In their hurry the process got so messed up that no one was quite

sure who owed what to whom. After they made huge profits, the bottom fell out, the banks were

bailed out by you and me, and then they came hunting for the properties they claimed they

owned with phony documents, faked signatures, and false claims.

Ron has stood against this malfeasance and demanded that they play by the rules. And he is

running for the State House in District 75 as an independent, NPA (no party affiliation)

candidate against an opponent that voted against the interests of homeowners and accepted

contributions from a law firm being sued for millions by the FDIC.

Will Bronson was employed by a major airline for 25 years. After retirement he was advised

that his pension and health insurance no longer existed. Now he is running for US Congress for

a second time in Florida’s 17th Congressional District against Tom Rooney. Bronson says that

we have to stop sending millionaires to Washington who do the bidding of billionaires if we

want to get the country working for the average American again. “We need people in office

who have some empathy with those who live paycheck to paycheck and who will go to bat for

the middle class who keep getting fleeced by huge multinational corporations.”

For more information on Ron Gillis go to: http://rongillis4staterep75.com/ or call (941) 613-9895.

For more information on Will Bronson go to: www.BronsonForCongress.com or call (239) 369-3346

Paid for by the Bronson For Congress Committee, PO Box 1507, Lehigh Acres, FL 33970

Approved by Ronald Gillis, Non-Party Candidate for Florida State Representative District 75



14 Responses to “Have You Been a Pawn in Wall Street’s Mortgage Ponzi Scheme?”
  1. Break the Too Big To Fail fascist systems before it breaks everything.

  2. Rob says:

    GOD! I wish I could be there! …….stuck in Detroit turning the lights on after the weekend storm that rolled through. If you can, go and support these candidates for an improvement in the lifestyles of.the poor and middle class. IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGING OF THE GUARD!

    • giglio says:


  3. How can a lender get a lis pendens if they have no record of a mortgage or deed of trust? Don’t they have to show proof of a lien? If a deed of trust was never recorded in 12-14years can the lender or investor foreclose anyway in a non-judicial state? If documentation is faked can you defeat it if it was never recorded in the county in which you live? Isn’t there a 10 year statute of limitations on anything signed as a mere contract if there is no evidence in the register’s records? How can one defends self pro se or get answers if you can’t afford an attorney? I have a clear title for 14 years but now an attorney is threatening to sue me. What standing does he have to sue me without evidence of the lien, deed of trust, records?What can one use as a defense against a judicial foreclosure action?

    • holloty says:

      All of this can happen if you don’t challenge their status. If you don’t then the court will accept whatever they present to them. It is up to you to say I object or file a motion to dismiss.

      • I can’t afford an attorney. It is the title company threatening to sue but they haven’t paid anything and probably have no exposure to the lender/investor after this long. I think there is a 10 year statute of limitations on contracts and that is all they could claim and that is doubtful without registration of a deed of trust in a non-judicial state. The most they might claim in court is that a note was signed but since it was never recorded it might be considered a contract without recorded security. As a Pro Se defendant I need a sample motion to dismiss or Summary Judgment with legal wording. I think the investor is really attempting to collect from the title company more than the property value, which has diminished below their insured amount. It is a scam claim that I doubt the title company is even obligated to pay.

      • Danelle Hills says:

        Also see O. Max Gardner III – he does a foreclosure bootcamp for attorneys in North Carolina, and has a list of former attendees and what states/cities they are in. Maybe you can get a name there and call that former attendee lawyer. I am not a lawyer, but I am beginning to think we are all going to have to go to law school and pass the Bar so that we can file lawsuits ourselves, just to get by day to day. The laws are not on the righteous’s side – they seem to protect the criminals. I am not a lawyer, but I sure am beginning to wish I was. I am just a lowly Accountant, trying to help my clients and myself – I am in this battle too.

    • Danelle Hills says:

      You need to say what state you are in. If in Florida, Google Mark Stopa Attorney or go to http://www.stayinmyhome.com – he has links to other cities in FL where he has offices. Other states, try Googling “Neil Garfield” or Living Lies. On his blog are often links to lawyers and lawyers responding.

      • The state is a non-judicial state-TN.. In this case there was never a Deed of Trust.recorded or lien of any type [verified by the County Register’s office]. A warranty deed with unencumbered ownership pre-dates the claim so no payoff records exist.. My question: Can a lis pendens and/or suit for judicial foreclosure be based on non-recorded documents? Is there a statute of limitations on non-binding contracts or notes that were never recorded? If mortgage payment or escrow records [made under misrepresentation] could be produced, is this sufficient proof to prevail in court where no recorded note, lien or deed of trust exists? There have been at least 3 unsuccessful attempts to execute and record a new deed of trust [under the guise of ‘incentives],’ with no disclosure of intent. These may be an effort to defraud a Title Company into coverage exposure, above the actual value of the property, which has depreciated. I fail to see how the Title Co would be at risk under the current set of circumstances.Would that too be a SOL issue?

      • Danelle, the courts are not tolerant of pro se litigants. I represented myself in a wrongful death case because my lawyer baled after promising she would follow through. She lost to SOL summary judgment in trial court because she never studied or prepared the case with facts. Didn’t do her homework. Of course the defendant’s attorney billed by the hour so she worked her case PLUS she ‘worked’ the judge. ;-0.
        Big danger in legal cases! I fear losing in spite of their having no valid deed of trust or legal record.and documentation their lawyer claims they have is blatantly forged. But too often it is an inside deal or popularity contest where the courts do what they want to do. Sort of like the U. S. Supreme Court giving corporations personhood without precedent.. You can beat the devil with fact and truth but still lose if the court has no integrity… Reminds me a little of my mother’s response when I was little and I righteously asked, “Why.” and she replied “Because I said so.” Don’t get me started on judges and the courts or I will write all night. LOL

  4. giglio says:

    Does anybody know who must sign the lis pendens is it the attorney or the bank?? Yes this is the best secret, how can a dead entity sign, and better yet who is authorized to sign for a Corporation that has stock holders.

    • neidermeyer says:

      For a company with stockholders wouldn’t it be the registered agent? As to the “attorney or bank” question that all depends on if their is a contract between them.

      • Giglio john Miglietta jr says:

        That makes sense problem is that the judge believes that his brother BAR is the only party that he hears. The complaint is signed by the plaintiff lawyer it is not signed by anybody from the bank nor is it notarized.

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