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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    Although this does not directly relate to mortgage servicing fraud per se,
it directly relates to the fraudulent banking system we have and suggests
an affirmative defense based on this fact.
    Right now, the metal content of pennies and nickels is worth more than
the face value of the coins. For example, a $100 box of nickels has a metal
value of $135. The House of Representative solution to this problem is to
debase the coinage further by minting cheaper steel pennies and nickels to
replace the current ones.
    A similar situation arose in 1964 when the silver value of coins exceeded
the face value of the coins. Instead of revaluing the coins and keeping them
in circulation, as the Constitution prescribes ("Congress shall coin money and
regulate the value thereof"), the idiots in Congress decided to debase the
coinage by making counterfeits made out of nickel clad copper. Silver coins
disappeared from circulation and many were exported and melted down for
their silver content. Today, there is no lawful money in circulation and therefore no lawful loans of money. The Constitution states" No state shall
make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts". Take
it from there, since nothing lawful was loaned, there is no loan. Banks create
debts without loaning any lawful money. The State can not enforce an un-
lawful loan of nothing and an unlawfully obtained mortgage on a property.     
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