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 am trying to educate myself here and ask intelligent questions

With so many misleading ideas out there, the homeowner gets more confusing in these days, I hope not to attract scammers with this post, so here we go:

What does it means that my alleged Mers "assignment of mortgage" was backdated by several years, and executed by robosigners (NY State)?

Do This means that:
A...the loan never made it into the pool, because the trust's "cut-off" date?

B...If the loan made it into the pool,
(Violating the psa cut-off date rules), the transfer would be void or voidable?

C...if the loan appears to be into the pool, it would be some sort of
"Holographic, shallow image" not
The real loan?

D...if the loan made it into the pool,
The note was converted in irreversible form into a bond, or stock?... Because I read that the note and the bond, or stock can "not exist both at the same time"?

E.. In my state ( NY), the UCC rules that " the note must be delivered",
So, in case they drop the first lawsuit,
( because in the first suit they were unable to produce the note),

So this time they
get the note and refile the suit again... Under this scenario, They could be sued
Because they attempted ( in the first
Suit), to collect a debt without the note?


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