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.
I have posted a copy of the Complaint in Equity filed by PA attorney Patrick J. Laughren alleging Unauthorized Practice of Law by non-attorney employees of PA law firm Goldbeck, McCafferty & McGeever to Scribd.  The suit is Laughren v. Lion et al, a matter filed with the Court of Common Pleas for Allegheny County, PA:

Laughren v. Lion Complaint in Equity

This is a great read!

Mr. LAUGHREN has furnished the court a particularly compelling complaint which would appear likely to establish a prima facia case against Goldbeck, McCafferty & McGeever even without conducting any further discovery!

Start taking a closer look at the attorney signatures in your case and see whether these are consistent with signatures of the same attorneys appearing elsewhere in filings made for other litigation.
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William A. Roper, Jr.
Apologies to Mr. Patrick J. Loughren and ALL Forum participants.  Mr. LOGHREN's name is spelled "Loghren" rather than "Laughren" and the correct style of the case is Loughren v. Lion et al.

I have also corrected a similar error in the Scribd document and the correct link is now:

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Why is this law firm even on the list of Fannie Mae approved law firms for foreclosures?

Freddie Mac has the good sense not to use this firm:

Of course, Countrywide/BAC uses this criminal enterprise as is readily apparent from the In Re Hill case.

Everyone should contact their Congressman and Senators and demand that Fannie Mae stop doing business with this firm, which has already been sanctioned for misconduct and which will almost certainly implode from its illegal activities described in the Loughren suit.

Why would taxpayers want to subsidize law firms which are engaged in ongoing criminal activity?

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