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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Pro Se

I know some people here have attorneys.  For several reasons I'm fighting pro se.  Sometimes you don't have a choice.  What do you guys feel really is the definition of success for a pro se.  I haven't seen a lot of people winning pro se.  Not to say you can't, and maybe it's because the well prepared pro se ligitiants end up in a settlement so you don't hear much about it.  The case never went to trial.  Would you have to win or get a modification to be considered successful?  If you delayed the foreclosure for a few years, would that be a success even if the result was you lost your house?  Kind of was wondering what everyone thought.

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     Success means stopping the foreclosure action and preventing the pretender lender from taking the property.
     It begins by understanding the fraud that occurred between 2001 and
2008 in at least 50% of the mortgage loans that were made. The fraud
consisted of a gigantic, world wide Ponzi scheme that depended upon getting
borrowers to sign a Note in blue ink, making counterfeit copies, and then selling that same Note multiple times to different investors in different "note
pools".
     It depended upon new investors being brought into the base of the "Ponzi
Pyramid" setting up "reserves" with part of the proceeds, and using those
reserves to make monthly payments to the earlier investors. It collapsed in
2008 when the investors caught on to the scam and stopped buying in. Then
the whole pyramid collapsed and required the Fed and the government to intervene to prevent the collapse of the whole banking system. It means the
destruction of massive amounts of "paper wealth" and world wide "deflation"
a la 1930's.
      You win by examining the Note being presented and proving that it is
a "counterfeit" and that the entity foreclosing has no standing to foreclose
because it has no "equity" in the property and is merely a "servicer" trying
to act like a "lender", when in fact it is a "pretender lender" and a "robber
bank" trying to use fraudulent documents to steal the property.
      Victory means exposing this fraud and getting the cased "dismissed".
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