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I have been looking for a "Custody Agreement dated June 30, 2000 between Ameriquest Mortgage Company ("the Company") and Bankers Trust Company of California, National Association as Agent and as custodian (the "Agent") ...  where Ameriquest delivered to Bankers Trust

     the Original Note endorsed "in blank"
     Copy of the Mortgage, Deed of Trust,
     Original Assignment of Mortgage "in blank"

I didn't realize all the ramifications of a note "endorsed in blank," but I'm sure this was put into some sort of trust where Banker's Trust was the trustee and custodian, but without the agreement it could be that Banker's Trust was just the custodian on behalf of the mortgage holder.  I thought the note had to be endorsed by the holder, but in blank, it can go around the world and back.  

Any help would be appreciated.














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might consider https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1399477/000088237707001671/d683201_ex424b5.htm
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Crickett
Thanks.  I  couldn't find anything -- Bankers Trust nor a custody agreement for 2000, it was for 2007.  With all the mortgage fraud,  it's no wonder so many people lost homes prior to the google - you were left defenseless without anywhere to look for help.
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try https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/containers/fix063/862157/000095016900001199/0000950169-00-001199-0001.txt
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try looking at ourlemon.com , yes bill bailey it is me, never again, forgive me oh blessed jack
wanna know if contract dead
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Crickett
I didn't find what I was looking for as of yet, but I did read a couple of the articles on retaining copies of the documents and not the originals, which has gotten my mind going off in a whole lot of directions.  I've gone back and am reassessing what I do have and just sent an email to my attorney with what I've found so far.   I'm trying to research and go through over 2300 pages of documents and I'm too old for this! 

Thanks a bunch.
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aprioremailer
Here are a few links which may help:
https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/max-gardners-top-tips-for-fake-mortgage-documents
https://www.nclc.org/images/pdf/foreclosure_mortgage/counseling_resources/practice_aids/pa_finding_pooling_servicing_agreements.pdf

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