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 Wall Street Journal today mentioned the U.S. Bankruptcy case In Re Wilson, Case No. 07-11862, a Case before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern district of Louisiana.

The WSJ got the story wrong ("Trustees Probing Mortgage Handlers").  This case isn't particularly creditable to the Justice Department.  Rather, the case demonstrates that the Justice Department has known about the mortgage fraud and Fidelity's role in it for more than two years, but continued to treat the matter as an isolated civil rather than a criminal matter.

The Justice Department seems to have failed to involve the U.S. Attorneys to conduct the appropriate criminal investigation.

There is much, much more to come about In Re Wilson.  This is about to become the dominant mortgage fraud story.

The documents in Wilson can be found here: http://www.msfraud.org/IN-RE-WILSON.html
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This is not the problem....

The Justice Department seems to have failed to involve the U.S. Attorneys to conduct the appropriate criminal investigation.

The Dept of Justice SUCKS! THE U.S. ATTORNEYS ARE THIEVES WITH THE TRUSTEES AND JUDGES! THAT'S THE ISSUE...GET TO THE POINT DAMMIT! The TRUTH is they will remove documents, refuse to represent you and the whole nine yards. Especially if they think you don't have money. Even if you have a way out of all their nightmares they give its not good enough!

So they all need to be INVESTIGATED!!!! This is hand to hand combat folks! The only thing we have to be grateful for is the fact that some of us may have a roof over our head and food to eat! And just PRAY that they don't do more harm to us.  I'm amazed by how much grief they try to give you if you make noise...But after what I've read  and been thru recently I could just end up another dead banker with the way they do things.

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The Equitable One
I think Magner has caught on completely to what is happening with LPS. Already having sanctioned Option One and affiant Dory Goebel I think she may bring the hammer down on LPS.

Another BK involving LPS in Mississippi is In Re Thorne, Case No. 09-11763-DWH. In this case the US Trustee, Locke Barkley, has joined as a signatory plaintiff (or whatever the proper term is) in the class action representing the class of "all Chapter 13 Trustees in the United States of America."

That one may be interesting as well.

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Now would be the time for anyone with information on robo-signer Dory GOEBEL to come forward.

ANYONE presented with a foreclosure situation in a Bankruptcy setting should be very carefully scrutinizing the paperwork to ascertain whether an affidavit was filed which was prepared and executed by LPS robo-perjurers and robo-forgers.

The distinguishing characteristic of LPS robo-perjurers and robo-forgers is a notary seal showing Dakota County, MN.  Documents executed within Duval County, FL, also merit singular scrutiny.

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If you are a foreclosure defense activist, you need to read the critical documents in In Re Wilson right away and inform yourself about this singularly important case!
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Ann:

I have sent copies to MS Fraud administrators for posting, but they haven't gone up yet.

I will e-mail you a starter package.  Get these materials out to your network.

This is really blockbuster stuff!


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William A. Roper, Jr.

Memorandum To Record (June 26, 2008)
http://www.scribd.com/full/40500788?access_key=key-2biojkyl8hzkb0014bbi


Order Imposing Sanctions (July 11, 2008)
http://www.scribd.com/full/40501044?access_key=key-2or7fr2ms1jhag8hi77a


Notice of Appearance By U.S. Trustee (June 30, 2008)

http://www.scribd.com/full/40501223?access_key=key-rhlc4c481xtrmm8tvqe


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William A. Roper, Jr.
MS Fraud has added a page for In Re Wilson documents.  There are MANY more to come:

 

http://www.msfraud.org/IN-RE-WILSON.html


Take a look!


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Eye on Dory

Take a look at http://www.nysb.uscourts.gov/opinions/ash/111097_42_opinion.pdf . Dory was busy.

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Sara
oh my...Dora has been quite busy!!!

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William A. Roper, Jr.
Sara:

You have no idea how busy, Dory was.  Listen to Dory describe her activities in her own words:

"The Document Execution team is set up like a production line, ensuring that each document request is resolved within 24 hours. On average, the team will execute 1,000 documents per day. The Document Execution department, totaling 18 associates, is divided into 2 areas, the Routing team and the Document Review team. The routing team distributes documents between internal team members and to signors. The teams work hand-in-hand to get the documents signed and returned to the attorneys. (See Diagram on page 17)."

Jeffrey STEPHENS (GMAC) could only aspire to the robo-perjury efficiency of Dory and her team!
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Robo Outraged
There is a copy of the In Re Fagan case on Scribd now too:

http://www.scribd.com/full/40515880?access_key=key-1g9otbpjzknjgy1o28td

Also, I found a complete copy of the Summit on Scribd:

http://www.scribd.com/full/40542251?access_key=key-169jxdlfogh6vn7s1bo2

Scribd is doing a good job!
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Outraged, you bet.  Homecommings has been doing the same thing for a decade now.  There was once an extensive message board devoted to Homecommings (run by a victim) and the stories then with regard to Motions to Lift base on post-petition defaults were rampant.

Back then a debtor could wheel in 4x8-foot enlargements of their canceled checks showing their post-petition payments were current, but in the end they would loose because the judges just looked at the servicer's accounting and red-rubber-stamped the Motion GRANTED.

And for the record - Homecommings was and is not alone - ALL servicers did it and will continue doing it when courts open in the morning.

At least now the judges are starting to take notice.
  But for tens of thousands it is too late.

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The Equitable One
Oh man, that issue of "The Summit" is priceless. Amazing that Goebel is actually showing pride in her team of document forgers.
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The Equitable One
LPS was mentioned in the NYT, in an Op-Ed by Yves Smith of Naked Capitalism, yesterday:

"Other serious abuses are coming to light. Consider a company called Lender Processing Services, which acts as a middleman for mortgage servicers and says it oversees more than half the foreclosures in the United States. To assist foreclosure law firms in its network, a subsidiary of the company offered a menu of services it provided for a fee.

The list showed prices for “creating” — that is, conjuring from thin air — various documents that the trust owning the loan should already have on hand. The firm even offered to create a “collateral file,” which contained all the documents needed to establish ownership of a particular real estate loan. Equipped with a collateral file, you could likely persuade a court that you were entitled to foreclose on a house even if you had never owned the loan."

The full editorial is available at:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/31/opinion/31smith.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1
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The Equitable One
Another mention of LPS by Girard Gibbs that suggest possible securities fraud, and definite drop in the stock price.

http://www.girardgibbs.com/lps.asp?gclid=CLOr2abF_qQCFYfu7QodpAwWig

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The May 21, 2010, U.S. Trustee's Motion for Sanctions and the Memorandum of Law in Support of that motion have been posted here at MS Fraud since yesterday.  I just got around to posting these at Scribd, too.

UNITED STATES TRUSTEE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC. AND THE BOLES LAW FIRM

http://www.scribd.com/full/40573625?access_key=key-1z9yjdlpr5n7h0x2w1fa


MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES TRUSTEE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC. AND THE BOLES LAW FIRM

http://www.scribd.com/full/40574011?access_key=key-1524mdt4fc4o54zemaoj



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William A. Roper, Jr.
This was the thread to which I probably ought to have added this post:

The United States Attorney has entered into a settlement with the BOLES Law Firm in the In Re Wilson case:


http://www.scribd.com/doc/41737480/In-Re-Wilson-Stipulation-and-Order-27-Oct-2010


The BOLES Law Firm accepted responsibility for the unethical behavior of its attorney Clay WIRTZ and has promised not to do this any more!

As you can see, President Obama is really commited to stopping mortgage foreclosure fraud!

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William A. Roper, Jr. wrote:
The May 21, 2010, U.S. Trustee's Motion for Sanctions and the Memorandum of Law in Support of that motion have been posted here at MS Fraud since yesterday.  I just got around to posting these at Scribd, too.

UNITED STATES TRUSTEE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC. AND THE BOLES LAW FIRM

http://www.scribd.com/full/40573625?access_key=key-1z9yjdlpr5n7h0x2w1fa


MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES TRUSTEE’S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC. AND THE BOLES LAW FIRM

http://www.scribd.com/full/40574011?access_key=key-1524mdt4fc4o54zemaoj



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