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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i just got of the phone with senitor ted kennedy's office and told them about my situation and showed that my servicing company was ripping me offf and i got them to look @ this web site and asked them if theres a way ted can get this info to the white house (who told me to contact kennedy)or whoever is in charge of the bailout that theres thousand's of people still getting ripped off and they said that theres no one to contact that i  (we) need lawyers and thats it.
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    It's hard for many people to understand that aggravating the hell out of
their victims is part of the game. They have perfected their system over many years and they know that if they can convert a victim into a "ranting
head case", they can win every time.
    In my own case for example, Ocwen back dated the start date to pay by
two months, from May 2002 to March 2002. Then they started adding late
fees and other charges until they could claim I was three months in arrears
by Feb 2004. At this point a four year foreclosure battle began, which I won.
During this process, I asked myself, "why are they doing this?" The answer
was that I had $60,000 equity in the property and they wanted it!
    It was at this point that I came to understand that the whole mortgage
business is based on fraud and equity theft. How else could these Wall Street
executives draw such hugh salaries when they produce nothing!
    All the posturing that the Congress is trying to help the people is bull! They are traitors working for their Jew-Zionist masters to keep this gravy
train working for their masters.Of course very few Jews are true Zionists.
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The Equitable One

I'm involved in my own fight. I, and probably others here, would love to know some details in re how you won.

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  I'm glad you asked. The first thing is to keep your composure and not lose your temper regardless of the situation you are in. Also, ask yourself, "what
is the worst that could happen even if I lose".
  Once you have regained your composure, go over the paperwork with a fine
tooth comb and look for anything that might help your case. Do they have
the Note? Was the mortgage properly assigned? Check to see if they have
the proper licensing to even be making loans.It takes time and concentration,
but it will pay off in the long run.
  Beware of unsolicited mail from attorneys who want to represent you. I am
convinced by my own experience that this is part of the scam. Alot of these
attorneys are secretly working for the other side and this is why they cut
you a great deal on representation. This almost happened to me but I caught
it in time and took over my case pro se and was able to undo the damage they did. In my opinion, a law degree is a license to steal and that's how
many attorneys view it. Always have a Court Reporter present when you
go to a hearing, otherwise the Judge is likely to screw you over. Good luck!
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Mike H. wrote:
  I'm glad you asked. The first thing is to keep your composure and not lose your temper regardless of the situation you are in. Also, ask yourself, "what
is the worst that could happen even if I lose".
  Once you have regained your composure, go over the paperwork with a fine
tooth comb and look for anything that might help your case. Do they have
the Note? Was the mortgage properly assigned? Check to see if they have
the proper licensing to even be making loans.It takes time and concentration,
but it will pay off in the long run.
  Beware of unsolicited mail from attorneys who want to represent you. I am
convinced by my own experience that this is part of the scam. Alot of these
attorneys are secretly working for the other side and this is why they cut
you a great deal on representation. This almost happened to me but I caught
it in time and took over my case pro se and was able to undo the damage they did. In my opinion, a law degree is a license to steal and that's how
many attorneys view it. Always have a Court Reporter present when you
go to a hearing, otherwise the Judge is likely to screw you over.
Good luck!

That sounds like a good idea!  TY

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