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BoA & BoNY document fabrication upgrade due to robosigning scandal exposure



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Bank of America
Bank of New York Mellon

Action Date: June 27, 2011 
Location: Simi Valley, CA 

Who are Bank of America's newest robo-signers? For several years, BOA turned to its subsidiary, BAC Home Loans Servicing, in Collin County, Texas, whenever mortgage assignments were needed in foreclosures. This office, formerly Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, produced hundreds of thousands of assignments, including most all of the assignments to Countrywide CWABS and CWALT trusts. In recent months, however, BOA has turned to its office in Ventura County, California, as the Collin County, TX, signers have become too well known. These assignments are made primarily for CWALT and CWABS trusts that closed in 2005, 2006 and 2007. 

These assignments claim to assign both the mortgages and the notes to the trusts. 

On each of these assignments, MERS is stated to be the HOLDER of the mortgage. 

Who are the newest signers - who use MERS titles to assign mortgages TO BAC while actually working FOR BAC - signing as if they were MERS officers for dozens of different companies? The names appearing most often include: 

Ricki Aguilar 
Malik Basurto 
Youda Crain 
Diana DeAvila 
Edward Gallegos 
Christopher Herrara 
Bud Kamyabi 
Tina LeRaybaud 
Jane Martorana 
Martha Munoz 
Srbui Muradyan 
Debbie Nieblas 
Yomari Quintanilla 
Luis Roldan 
Miguel Romero 
Cynthia Santos 
Swarupa Slee 

These individuals, in 2011, have signed as MERS officers for the following mortgage companies and banks, including many that no longer existed in 2011: 

Aegis Wholesale Corporation 
American Brokers Conduit 
America's Wholesale Lender 
Amnet Mortgage 
Ampro Mortgage 
Countrywide Bank, FSB 
Decision One Mortgage Company 
First Choice Funding, Inc. 
First Interstate Financial Corp. 
First National Bank of Arizona 
Market Street Mortgage Corp. 
M/I Financial Corp. 
Millenia Funding Corporation 
One Mortgage Company, LLC 
Pinnacle Direct Funding Corp. 
Pulte Mortgage 
Quicken Loans 
Universal American Mortgage Company 
Service Mortgage Underwriters, Inc. 
Wilmington Finance, Inc. 

CoreLogic in Chapin, South Carolina, is the keeper of these documents. 

Bank of New York Mellon is the trustee for most of the CWABS and CWALT trusts that use these BAC documents.

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Comment by Rabid Recessionista on October 19, 2012 at 10:10am

I have Srbui Muradyan and Youda Crain on my AOM - happy to post example if you tell me how. :)

Comment by Beryl Wicker on February 11, 2012 at 12:02pm

Does anyone have an example of Srbul Muradyan MERS assistant secretary?

Comment by PaulR on November 10, 2011 at 11:16am

In doing my regular period records search of my county's records for further shenanigans on my mortgage (we are currently in limbo, after two voluntary dismissals by Bank of America), I did, in fact, turn up a recent mortgage Assignment, from MERS to US Bank (our securitized trust and Plaintiff in both of our actions).  And the signature is, indeed, this Miguel Romero you list here.


On August 3rd of this year, we appeared in court to fight BofA's motion for summary judgment, and they suddenly withdrew, without explanation.  Now I see where this new mortgage assignment is dated 9/20/2011.


I already caught them back-dated a prior mortgage assignment, from MERS to US Bank, back in Feb of 2010 but back-dating it to Dec. 1, 2009 ( we were served Lis Pendens on 12/31/2009).  So correct me if I'm wrong, but how can my mortgage have been assigned from MERS to US Bank TWICE, a year and a half apart? 


Both of these assignments have been officially recorded with my county's property records.


I fully expected BofA to try to "get their paperwork in order" and come back after me, but I thought it would be in the form of simply filing a new Lis Pendens now, and using the existing assignment dated Feb 2009, since that would now be a "good" date and no need for back-dating.  Why would they both to try to execute ANOTHER mortgage assignment to the Trust, thus opening themselves up to us showing two attempted assignments of the same instrument???



Comment by Barbara J. Forde on July 5, 2011 at 5:40pm
Do you have any examples of Bud Kamyabi signatures as Asst Secy of MERS (supposedly in Ocala, FL), on a BAC fka Countrywide servicer, esp with Irma Diaz in Ventura County, CA as notary?  About to file a lawsuit on an assignment by these entities.


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