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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If  Deed of Trust as well as the Note were Assigned from MERS to Bank of America - and then months after that a notice received that says the Beneficiary is FNMA ACT/ACT ( which i have asked for the proof of and not received ) then how can a notice of trustee sale with MERS as the Beneficiary now be possible ? This is our situation. And the Assignment to BOA from MERS was recorded at county recorder.
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1.  Assignment recorded -Deed&Note from MERS as beneficiary to Bank of America as beneficiary.                              
2.  Foreclosure filed with MERS as beneficiary.   Then
3.  Notice received that FNMA ACT/ACT  is beneficiary- sent by Bank of America-saying if you want proof then just request it - requested it and letter received that proof would be coming - proof never came. 

Isn't there a a rule that says FNMA loans not to be foreclosed in MERS name ? ( rule 8 )    and is this an illegal foreclosure ?  Anybody ? Please  

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