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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We are in the process of developing an extensive national roll-out for forensic auditors who are trained and will perform an audit in the manner directed by the principles of the Garfield Continuum.

It involves TILA, RESPA, APPRAISAL FRAUD, TITLE ISSUES, and SECURITIZATION ISSUES. We have several dozen prospects who wish to leverage off of our brand recognition and the endorsement of to perform forensic analysis, reviews and expert declarations.

Our problem is that nearly all forensic analysts were good at only one part of the forensic review, and were calling the process an "audit" which is a red flag to the state board regulating accounting, and were not providing the basic services to get the case rolling against the pretender lenders — QWR, DVL, demand letters etc.

Their work product leaves the litigant or counsel for the litigant without a formal declaration that can be filed in court and without the credible threat of expert testimony that will enable the litigant to press for an evidentiary hearing — something the pretender lenders appear to avoid at all costs.

So in order to arrive at a work product that we felt good about, we are currently developing the curriculum for a forensic analysis workshop that will certify participants in the issues mentioned here.  Right now, it looks like we are going to use either a franchise or biz-op model so that we can maintain control over the quality of the work product and the ability of the analysts to testify.
We would provide detailed instructions on expert witness testimony and declarations. The fees to the analysts would be much higher than they are currently charging, or if they already charging high fees, the fees would be easily justified.  Part of our plan involves asssociating each analyst with a law office so that the unauthorized practice of law statutes will not apply.  But this would not inhibit analysts from servicing lawyers who are in other states.
We are looking for technical specialists who can assist in the development of technology platforms for centralization of the service platform. 
Our capital structure requires that we  constrain ourselves to sweat equity deals. We cannot offer very much in up-front fees, but we can offer participation in what we believe is a high-growth and extremely profitable business model that delivers exactly what is needed for homeowners who are in distress, either because they are in the process of foreclosure (or delinquency), or because their homes are under water.

Please send your proposals or indications of interest to 
Include the following information:

Your Full Name, and the City and State in which you are located.

Your Business name(s)
Your Business Telephone Number(s)
Your Cell Number
Your URL
Your Fax Number
A Short plain statement of what you are interested in doing
A Short plain statement of how you think you can be of service
A short plain statement of your experience in forensic analysis or IT management, or both
Attach a resume or business brochure if you have one

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I'd do it in a heartbeat and have advertised services but I don't want to work full time.

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