Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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Just Curious

I have not been served only papers. I know there is a Lis Pendis filed in the begining of this year. Forget the fact I can't find an attorney to represent me. From what I see from this forum and others, seems Florida Defense attorneys are a bunch of losers.

I have not been served and I just got in the regular mail. Papers aka the Lis Pendis from the Bank's - Bank of America - I opened up the mailing, the papers are written on.

Are they allowed to serve via the UNITED STATED POSTAL SERVICE.

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   If I were you, I'd check the court docket to see if an affidavit of service
has been filed. If so, the plaintiff can move ahead whether you were actually
served or not. (This is referred to as "sewer service" and is quite common)
   If the process server says you were served, it is very difficult to get it
reversed. (expensive too!)
   Using the "I wasn't served" argument to fight a foreclosure is a very unwise
thing to do. There are much better defenses available.
   In Florida, check out foreclosure pro to study how to defend pro
se. Defending pro se is not a good idea, but if you are too broke to hire
a lawyer, you'll have to do it yourself/ Good luck!
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In my case I was able to prove I was not served & the Judge agreed and granted our Motion to Quash. I am not sure of the rules now in regards to service. Things may have changed recently.
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