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RESEARCH ET AL
Check your documents for Stephen C. Porter signatures.  He seems to be a very busy man this year -- signs for BAC, Chase, Citimortgage, Wells Fargo, PHH and a few others I've found.
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Brindy
Here are a few more robo-signers and their notary counterparts.  Most of these signed documents for HomeQ (now Ocwen) acting for Deutsche Bank and others.

1.                  Joyce Nelson – Signer

2.                  Tonya Blechinger – Signer

3.                  Michele M. Curtis – Signer

4.                  Brent Alban – Signer

5.                  S. Carbajal – Notary

6.                  J. Gualano – Notary

7.                  D. Platte – Notary

8.                  Steven E. Arredando – Notary

 



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Texas
Stephen C Porter is Chief Litigation Counsel for

Barrett Daffin Frappier Turner and Engel, LLP


See http://www.scribd.com/doc/38259928/ALC-Orignal-Petition-for-Wrongful-Foreclosure-wFilestamp-09-27-10 and get a better idea.

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In my "assignment", there are the  SAME secretary as posted here,

and the SAME notary person, so...anybody knows how to locate some of these
people, to subpoena them?

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RESEARCH ET AL wrote:
Check your documents for Stephen C. Porter signatures.  He seems to be a very busy man this year -- signs for BAC, Chase, Citimortgage, Wells Fargo, PHH and a few others I've found.


Porter signed the assignment of deed of trust dated 2/9/10 on my CA property from MERS to Chase home finance as asst secretary.

Toni Stephens notorized the document (another Robo?)

Gerry
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Texas Foreclosure-mill

Barrett, Daffin, Frappier, Turner & Engel, LLP

15000 Surveyor Boulevard

Suite 100, Department 2018

Addison, Texas 75001–4417

Phone: 972-386-5040

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If you all could please post your docs on this website that would be fabulous!!  It keeps a database of all the pages with robo signer siggies!!

http://www.whatsignature.com/index.html


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Brindy please post these docs.  I have Tanya Blechinger for Barclays dba HomEq and Joyce Nelson for MERS.


Here are a few more robo-signers and their notary counterparts.  Most of these signed documents for HomeQ (now Ocwen) acting for Deutsche Bank and others.

1.                  Joyce Nelson – Signer

2.                  Tonya Blechinger – Signer

3.                  Michele M. Curtis – Signer

4.                  Brent Alban – Signer

5.                  S. Carbajal – Notary

6.                  J. Gualano – Notary

7.                  D. Platte – Notary

8.                  Steven E. Arredando – NotaryPl

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Barbara,

I have seen Joyce Nelsons name from time to time and what I think is highly amusing is the fact that she was the loan mod contact at Saxon Mortgage that gave me some serious runaround. I actually talked to this woman, when she answered, for some length on my situation and she was no help at all. She was clueless and always said she needed to get with a supervisor to approve anything. Yet I've seen her signature on many forms as vice pres this or vice pres that. Here is the email that I used to communicate with her, jnelson@saxonmsi.com.
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RESEARCH ET AL wrote:
Check your documents for Stephen C. Porter signatures.  He seems to be a very busy man this year -- signs for BAC, Chase, Citimortgage, Wells Fargo, PHH and a few others I've found.


Anything you can give me about this person would be help because this law firm is no different than the Stern law firm and they about to be taken down Please anything you have
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Hi
Can someone share with me their experience with Joyce Nelson and perhaps Eric Woods, ( Notary) I have some suspicions of her signatures on some documents.,
My email is hilary.devary@gmail.com

THank you

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I see the names of robosigners that signed my documents...namely Joyce Nelson, Tonya Blechinger, and
S. Carbajal. I need to know where I can find their signatures to see if they match up. I am pro se and judge has ordered a trial. I have to expose all the fraud that I can. Thanks to whoever can help me out with this. It looks to me like the same person signed all three signatures.
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Bill

Debra wrote:
I see the names of robosigners that signed my documents...namely Joyce Nelson, Tonya Blechinger, and
S. Carbajal. I need to know where I can find their signatures to see if they match up. I am pro se and judge has ordered a trial. I have to expose all the fraud that I can. Thanks to whoever can help me out with this. It looks to me like the same person signed all three signatures.

I'm not an attorney and this isn't legal advice.......

While identifying a robo-signer is great, a more important thing to do is figure out how to use this information to help your case.  To simply make an allegation WITHOUT EVIDENCE that you are a victim of a robo-signer is not going to get much mileage in court.  To be a victim of a robo-signer you need evidence that the person that signed a document did not have the authority or knowledge to make the representations on the document they executed IN YOUR CASE. 

It appears the ONLY way you are going to be able to do this is with a deposition of the individual that signed the documents.   Just because it was shown that a person signed an affidavit/assignment in a DIFFERENT case which was not a valid affidavit/assignment DOES NOT mean the documents executed in YOUR CASE are not valid. 

It seems you would need to depose the signer and SHOW the deficiencies in YOUR CASE.
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Brindy wrote:
Here are a few more robo-signers and their notary counterparts.  Most of these signed documents for HomeQ (now Ocwen) acting for Deutsche Bank and others.

1.                  Joyce Nelson – Signer

2.                  Tonya Blechinger – Signer

3.                  Michele M. Curtis – Signer

4.                  Brent Alban – Signer

5.                  S. Carbajal – Notary

6.                  J. Gualano – Notary

7.                  D. Platte – Notary

8.                  Steven E. Arredando – Notary

 



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Hello Everyone,
I emailed the Texas Notary Commission and received the original  applications for Barrett Daffiin Notaries Theresa Shellstrom and Georgia Bradley and guess what the signatures do not match the signatures on several documents I have. I also did research in the Collin County Clerks office online and found Steven C. Porter's original signature on more than 10 documents for his personal deed of trust and mortgages. He is listed under Stephen C. Porter and wife Phyllis Porter. His signature is different on the his personal legal documents, but do not match the foreclosure docs he allegedly signs. I am n the process of digging more personal info on this guy and I will bring him down if it the last thing I do. 
Also Google Taylor Giannasi she works for Barrett Daffin as a foreclosure specialist, but holds a full time job a Chili's her resume in on Linkedin.      
 
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I have seen quite a few documents with Stephen C. Porter on them. The latest, has him listed an attorney for Bank of America on an Appointment of Substitute Trustee. The things I have seen this past year working in the foreclosure world has truly changed my life. I am dedicated to helping people FIGHT BACK! :-)
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Bill
N. Jacobson wrote:
I have seen quite a few documents with Stephen C. Porter on them. The latest, has him listed an attorney for Bank of America on an Appointment of Substitute Trustee. The things I have seen this past year working in the foreclosure world has truly changed my life. I am dedicated to helping people FIGHT BACK! :-)

Yep, it is surprising how much income you can generate by swindling the unsophisticated, desperate, homeowners just attempting to hang on.  
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landon1234

yep...fake...and they use fake titles as well. How does an entry level employee become the VP?

 

BTW You can contact the Supervisor of the modifications dpt, Lauren Martin at 561-682-8406, or the manager, John Fahey. The main number for the office is 561-682-8000 and from there, you can dial by name.

Good luck.

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abundance
LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING SIGNATURE ON FILE OF THESE PEOPLE.

STEPHEN BROVIAK- VP FORECLOSURE- INDYMAC AND IRWIN MORTGAGE. DOCUMENTS HE SIGNED IN 2008 

STATE OF INDIANA NOTARY PUBLIC-   DAVID A. DAVIS (NOTARY)

ASST. VP OF AURORA LOAN SERVICES- CHRIS ZIMMERMAN (2009)

STATE OF VIRGINIA NOTARY PUBLIC- 
JOANN AQUILLA LASSITER  (2009)

RBC BANK(AKA CENTURA BANK) VP- JON FRANKENBURG (2009)
RBC BANK MERGED WITH PNC BANK IN 2011. 

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There is a website called whatsignature that has taken the task of organizing all these docs alphabetically so we can all see the various assignments and other docs these folks sign.  It's also helpful to compare signatures!!  Very nice website I beleive!

Its called: http://www.whatsignature.com/index.html

Like I said, its organized alphabetically by last name of the signor.  It's not just assignments, but also the BS affidavits, etc. that you can upload.  Please take the time to add your items to the list.  It could help you and others. The more we all band together to defeat, the better chances we all have!!
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Okie4u
How about Regina Bess, S Turner, Lakesha Bess, Yolanda Bradshaw. Any dirt on these classy VP's?
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We have found Stephens Signature primarily on Bank Of America and MERS documents almost daily. I suggest anyone to find out the truth and get your audit today http://www.LoanAuditExperts.org
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Texas
I spent the time reviewing the samples and if this is evidence of what is to be offered, not impressed.
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Ted
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We have found Stephens Signature primarily on Bank Of America and MERS documents almost daily. I suggest anyone to find out the truth and get your audit today http://www.LoanAuditExperts.org


This is yet another scam!  Almost all of the seniors seem to have left after having their posts repeatedly deleted by the site administrator.  Now, all that is left are several scam artists to fight over the few new gullible visitors that stumble across the Forum.  This is really pathetic.
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