Mortgage Servicing Fraud
occurs post loan origination when mortgage servicers use false statements and book-keeping entries, fabricated assignments, forged signatures and utter counterfeit intangible Notes to take a homeowner's property and equity.
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William A. Roper, Jr.
The recent Jon STEWART Show clips on the Foreclosure Crisis and Strategic  Default, serve as reminders that sometimes it takes a comedian to explain aspects of these problems with economy and clarity.  Cartoonists also have a talent for getting to the essence of the matter, as Scott ADAMS reminds us with these older Dilbert comic strips:

 

http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2009-03-26/

 

http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2009-01-27/


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Drop Scott ADAMS a note and encourage him to show the public how the Pointy Haired Manager and Catbert the Evil HR Director approach mortgage foreclosure paperwork.  Or maybe Dilbert, Alice, Wally or Asok need to experience a robo-document supported foreclosure.  The possibilities are endless though I would leave the comic details for those with better imaginations!

http://dilbert.com/contact_us/


For that matter, given recent revelations of a desire to outsource forgery and perjury to foreign venues, it might be time for the Elbonian's to begin handling back office work for the major mortgage servicers:

 

http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2010-08-28/

 

http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2009-10-30/

 

http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2009-11-09/


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Texas
Box in the Sock
Take the obligor's note,security instrument and governing laws and put into a box.
Take the box and put into a sock that represents collateral for the securities that fall under IRS tax laws.
Sell the sock to the trust thru multiple parties.
Trust needs to foreclose and gets the box out of the sock.
Trust opens the box and the box contains a thumb drive.
Robo-signers now create the missing paperwork.
Not just assignment fraud but tax fraud at the REMIC level.
Banks tried to apply sock laws to the contents of the box, no can do.
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Well Texas, you write "no can do" but unfortunately, they can do. I have been given no indication in my current litigation that I will be relieved of the fraud in my case. I have not made it to trial yet, sixty days out, but my case is riddled with fraud and nothing has been withdrawn from record.

I read interviews of the bankers and they have an interesting point of view of this mess. My interpretation of there logic is based on the game I played when I was growing up, KING OF THE HILL. They do not who they knocked off to get there, they know that there is not enough of us to push them off the hill, and since there is plenty of play time left, were screwed. So to translate; we have standing because we say so, we can not find any paperwork in this mess, we can "create" what ever you wish to see or need for foreclosure, we know you owe someone the money and since they are not here to claim it, then we will. We are going to add some extra fees by the way, just cause we can......
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