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.
Articles |The FORUM |Law Library |Videos | Fraudsters & Co. |File Complaints |How they STEAL |Search MSFraud |Contact Us
A local family is looking for answers after the home they were living in was sold at auction without their knowledge. 



Quote 0 0

Thanks for the link Stephen. It was amazing to read the comments that people had left on that story. I left them one to think about. It's obvious no one reading that story that responded has ever visited a site like this one. Boy are we in for an uphill battle.

Quote 0 0
h gosh
As we all know, Aurora may not have had the legal right to "sell" the house at auction.  We also know that Aurora WAS a subsidiary of Lehman Bros, with a "captive" company in India.  Lehman Bros. filed for Chapter 11 and was subsequently split apart and sold to Barclay's and Nomura.  This is our usual Mortgage Servicing Fraud play by numbers scam.  Hopefully these victims will figure this out and we may have another $6 million award for damages!!
Quote 0 0

Yes, if you can find a judge with an IQ over 70.

Quote 0 0
There are still plenty of uneducated people out there who think "everyone" in this world is honest and decent  

Just wait till it happens to them!!!

Quote 0 0
4 Justice Now

As long as we continue to allow the media to be used as tool in order to promote the agenda of a chosen few who control it, a small group of greedy, self-centered bigots, instead of being the non-bias public service as it was intended, we will all continue to have an up-hill battle whenever the interests of that minority group is challenged or even questioned. 


Control of the media must be returned to those who are willing to provide a clearly non-bias view of what is truly going on. Not the censored, skewed, bias propaganda that we all have come to expect. When left in the hands of a corrupting few it simply has far too much power to control and deceive. It can make or brake, and even select who may be president, etc. This kind of power should never be taken lightly or ever assumed to be free from corrupting influence, even if questioning such things may appear to be totally politically incorrect. 


BTW: the same sort of logic also applies to our financial industries, such as Wall Street, but that should be obvious, especially now.





Quote 0 0
Write a reply...