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Hook up with others who have the same signatories transferring your home from one financial entity to another or testifying to facts of your alleged loan or testifying to owed attorneys fees or answering interrogatories, providing facts regarding the foreclosure of your home, etc, etc, etc.

The individuals named below are not accused of wrong-doing or fraudulent activity or criminal fabrication of any sort.


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Comment by albert on January 17, 2012 at 10:44pm

great country mortgage "transfered " to GMAC bank who " transferred "  to GMAC mortgage and then "transferred " to mid first "bank" who supposedly have the original note and mortgage, and like magic all this happened same month in 2009....just a few days this rat sent the summons.


i know the investor is not in EU, is a foreign investor ,and they did not file and paid some kind of right in court to have the right to make a claim in American courts, and even having this ..foreclosure was granted. (meaning supposedly not having the required documents to claim, court/judge is supposed to dismiss it)..we're fighting a big nasty corrupt chained rats....

its been a long journey , a lot of investigation ..lot of reading least we have hope, this corrupt system aaaghhhhh.... 



The Movie: Federal Reserve


money out of thin air...

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 7:58pm

Anyone defending themselves against chase look up the FDIC, WAMU/Chase letter of assumpton and the extention letter of assumption then look up Chase or Deutsche bank V FDIC, Chase/WAMU and see Deutsche Bank admits the PSA's were all transfered to late and are VOID. The extention agreement put it past the NY PSA contracts by law. When you read the complaints Chase states just exactly what the assumption agreement states, they assumed servicing rights not ownership rights to the mortgage.   The FDIC has only given out assumtion of servicing rights to debt collectors to attempt to collect debts they have no authority and do not own to collect and bring the mortgages to the FDIC for free, cause Freddie and Fannie cashed and shredded the notes so they are paid and VOID, inorder to sell the mortgage notes for more profit as stock. The notes had to be shredded because they were being cashed like a check and put into stock on the stock market.  Freddie has a letter out stating it will not accept notes and no one has been able to prove Freddie or Fannie own their mortgage cause it would be securities fraud.   This is what I have gathered.  It looks to be true.  A local attorney here in Wa passed out a letter from Feddie calling it the Freddie Shell game. It is all a big fraud ponzie scheme to make money out of thin air be paid over and over and screw the real parties with the money the investors. Due to the crime no one knows who owns the houses so the FDIC is stealing them for free using the debt collectors to do the dirty work.  This is what I am gathering and I think I am right from what I am seeing.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 6:12pm

What debt collector are you fighting I can give some help for Chase Deutsche Bank RECONTRUST, BOA, and a few others like AHMS and can look up case law on the collector you have going after you.  Also pull up Wall Street and the Financial Crisis; Anatomy of a Financial Collaspe.  It has email evidence and investigators for the senate that document all the banks are involved in a ponzie scheme. It is amazing no one goes to jail. We are dealing with organized crime at its hugest!  The judges dont give a rats a** because they are bought. I have only seen relief from Appeals courts.   Do the debt collection objection notices and all I gave you.  There are a few good people at the top trying to help.  And a few good judges but not many.

Comment by albert on January 17, 2012 at 5:50pm

hi Shelley Erickson

i read this,

mortgage date is 7/05 , assignment date is 11 /2009...


about pam bondi...pffff...WE ALL KNOW she is corrupt..she is playing banks side, they paid her campaign...not a big surprise.

here in florida is though now, 2 attorney we have consulted told us the same,judges don't give a s@@@$# about proofs or any document..

also another problem we have here is , that we received a call from this firm and they told us they are trying with bank, but bakn  wants the property because they have a big insurance, property value is 22k! we bought 96k!..they don't lose anything  they have the won/won  formula..

also we were told to wait for bank answer .....

THIS INFO. you just gave is really GOOD.

we have 3 years with this!!.. i don't know, may be we need to suit this bank back, but the crooked system is against us..  we will try all the tactics applicable to florida.


i will post any change with  this and i don't know if is a good idea to post bank ,lawyer and robosigner names now........they will know as they have people checking this and livinglies site .

just yesterday found like 40 or more docs, signed by  this "officer and notary"




Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 3:57pm

The only cases that are won in the local courts are if they are against the small lender and are a competitor of the big banks.  That is the case Pam Bondi has done.  She has gone after the small competition to the big banks and patted herself on the back for taking the small crook to jail.  We are in a very corrupt government enviornment.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 3:53pm

I have no list, however from all the cases smj out of court in the local courts I see very few to be good judges.  I am sure there are good judges howmany I feel are rare. Judge Schack , and I would have to look to see where he is foresure, I think NY.  I dont know of any in Washington State but one that is retired. So I dont exspect justice until the Appeals court.  So Sad but true.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 3:50pm
Comment by victory on January 17, 2012 at 3:13pm

Lee County, Florida-  what can you tell me about Judges in Lee County?  can you tell me the Judges who are corrupted?

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 2:48pm

Here is some pro se propria persona case law.

  1. Foreclosure Pro - Case Laws
    The case law is well established that, in an action to enforce a promissory note, the documentary taxes must be paid in order for the note to be enforceable in ...
Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 2:44pm

Perhaps you should do what I have done on my local lawsuit against the corrupt mayor of my town, and send a motion for recusal of the judge and argue the court room is a crime scene a manipulation between criminal attorneys making false claims by false affidavits to teh court manipulating with a corrupt judge and send a copy to the chief judge.  I dont know where it has gotten me for now. I fortunately had a witness and proof the judge altered the audio in the court room during orarl judgment.  She the judge flat out said something else that I ordered the audio and have a witness that heard in person what the judge said that she did not read my case nor view the exhibits.  I flat out asked her if she had and she said she had viewed it in part and handed it to the bailiff to read and was not going to bother viewing the exhbiits. I ordered the audio immediately and she obviously has changed it and said I have viewed the case in detail and I measured it with a tape measure to prove it.   OH MY!  I reported her court to be a crime scene. I am sending my info and case to the prosecuting attorneys office in hope it goes to criminal court.  I believe you can file it directly in the U.S. Supreme court if you dont get help. I need to check farther on that.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 2:03pm

look into squatters rights

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:59pm

The FHA just filed a 196 Billion dollar complaint against the top 17 banksters not including Wells Fargo for some reason.  I think Wells is owned by the old railroad companies and may be held above the law, not sure I think I read something of that nature. I have to dig up what I read. However they can still loose a case.  I have seen it reversed in Appeals court against Wells Fargo as well.  The government may not be able to go after them.   Look up these complaints and click onto the ones that effect your case and read and take from them what helps you. 

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:56pm

I have used all these statutes to defend my property and written and filed a lawful seizen letter adding all these statutes. And filed it publically in county records. I am not an attorney, and filing false doc are illegal which the banks have done.  I used all docs of proof of fraud and my rights to use these statutes and the US. Constitution to protect and defend our property. It is what I have done and I am not an attorney and am not held responsible for knowing legally what to do.  These are statutes in your state and all states have such statutes to protect your property and protect you from debt collectors and they are law for a reason.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:52pm
  1. Florida Castle Doctrine
    Mar 23, 2005 – Florida "Castle Doctrine" Protects the Innocent ... news media nationwide started in immediately with its “Gunshine State,” blood in the streets, ...
Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:50pm
  1. Handbook of Florida Fence and Property Law: Adverse Possession
    by MT Olexa - 2010 - Related articles
    With approximately 19000 livestock farms in the state, along with horse farms, ... In addition to these basic requirements for adverse possession, Florida law ...
Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:48pm

For statute of limitations on Judgments, go here.

Oral Contract - You agree to pay money loaned to you by someone, but this contract or agreement is verbal; i.e. no written contract ("handshake agreement"). Remember, a verbal contract is legal, but tougher to prove in court.

Written Contract - You agree to pay on a loan under terms written in a document, which you and your debtor have signed.

Promissory Note - You have agreed to pay on a loan via a written contract, just like the written contract. The big difference between a promissory note and a regular written contract is that the payments are scheduled and interest on the loan is also spelled out in the promissory note. An example of a promissory note is a mortgage.

Open Ended Accounts - These are revolving lines of credit with varying balances. The best example is a credit card account.

Why should you care about the Statute of Limitations?

Every day, consumers pay off collection accounts and charge-offs which they do not have to pay off because the statute of limitations has already expired for the open account. Consumers pay off these accounts because the accounts still appear on their credit reports.

This information can be a powerful weapon in unburdening yourself of old debts, as creditors have a limited time in which to sue you. Remember: the Statute of limitations begins to run from the day the debt - or payment on an open-ended account - was due. Also, this has nothing to do with how long an negative credit item can remain on your credit report.

Consumers also pay off these accounts when they are not on their credit reports. Even though an account was removed from their credit file, a collector watched their credit report for any activity (actually the computer was watching any credit activity). When the collector spotted the activity, he called the consumer for payment. All the consumer needed to say to the collector was, "I have an absolute defense--the statute of limitations has expired."

The statute of limitations does not cause your debt to go away after it expires. If the creditor files suit, the consumer has an absolute defense. The consumer must offer the new evidence to avoid a judgement. The evidence will consist of papers the consumer files to support his claim. If the creditor sues you, and you do not prove to the court that the statute of

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:47pm

The statute starts at the Breach, which is the inception of a deceitful contract preset up for default and by strawman entitites to steal. The TILA disclosure is comming back, because the contracts were breaced at inception and not lawfully transferred, but held up until years after they legally could be transfered which is within I believe 90 days. By New York PSA law, which they are most all governed by NY PSA law.  The Remicks have failed.! Florida is five years and the debt by Florida law is timebarred from collection by a debt collector and four years unsecured debt which they all are unsecured debt since the PSA 's are lawfully void.

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:42pm

The Florida Statute of Limitations on Debt

By LaToya Irby, Guide


The statute of limitations on debt in Florida puts a time limit on the amount of time you can be sued for a debt.

Oral Contract: 4 years

Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:39pm

“The REMICs have failed! “The REMICs have failed! - Deadly Clear
Nov 4, 2011 – If Paul Revere were alive today he would be riding through the town warning “The REMICs have failed!” However, the government these days ...
Comment by Shelley Erickson on January 17, 2012 at 1:38pm


Wells Fargo Bank One MBS Trustee Letter
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