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At 9:14pm on March 20, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…
At 11:57pm on March 8, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

Here is new GREAT case law for HAMP VIOLATIONS.  First case law on it. This is what happened to me.

org/forum/wells-fargo-american-servicing-company-asc/...

  • Mar 08, 2012 · We accordingly reverse the judgment of. the district court on the contract ... litigants but for the good of the Country. ~ 4closureFraud.org ~ Lori Wigod v. Wells Fargo

    4closurefraud.org/2012/03/08/wells-fargo-loses-at-seventh-circuit...

 

At 4:39pm on March 7, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

some notary signatures are available on line at the secretary of state.

At 5:01pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…
At 4:56pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

dont forget to investigate the robo signer MERS and foreclosure executives. They are all fraud also.  Like Linda Green Kathy Smith, G. Hernandez, Dominique Johnson, Brian Bly, Christal Moore, and many more . If the notary is testifing these frauds are the person they claim and they are obviously frauds the notary is committing perjury for that also.

At 4:52pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

This case has great case law for all states and laws in Washington State that you can discribe similar and put your state infront of so you can find similar laws.  State of Wash is RCW and WAC your state will be something else and then describe the law.   Ask an attorney for it also. For investigative and knowledge reasons to help your attorney.

At 4:49pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

Bains Case?


  • BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF STATE OF WASHINGTON IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER ROBERT M. MCKENNA Attorney ... with Plaintiffs Bain and Selkowitz that MERS ...

    www.scribd.com/doc/82101780/Amicus-Brief-WA-State-AG-Robert-McKenna
  • 4closureFraud.org ~ Amicus Brief – WA State AG Robert McKenna ... Bain vs Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS) Amicus Curiae National …

    4closurefraud.org/2012/02/19/amicus-washington-ag-rob-mckenna...
At 4:46pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

See what the statutes are in your state for going after Breach of Oath of Office and Breach of fudiciary Duty and Breach of Contract. And try to file a case against your attorney Dis barred within the statutes of limitations.  For the loss of your house and the fees paid. When you can afford another attorney and check their cases and what they won before you hire them.

At 4:41pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

McKenna?


At 4:39pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

look up Washington State V. RECONTRUST There is no law that states you are to pay a fraud.  There is a law in the State of Washington and it may be federal that states you have a duty to pay the right lender "the lender", if you pay the wrong person a fraud, you still owe the lender.   Dig and find that law on the case on the web. and try to find the law in your state that is the same.   There is no law backing fraud.  There is plenty of laws against fraud.   It would be unethical to pay a fraud!  Your state must have laws in place like the Washington law Rob McKenna states.   Also read the Amicus Curaei he submitted on the MERS case. 

At 4:06pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

if you know of lawyers that are wining cases for the homeowners give names and the homeowner needs to ask for the public records of the cases won to se what they won and how.  Not just mods. Mods are being negotiated with the fraud beneficiaries. It is your duty by most state laws not to pay the wrong person.  Then the state gives the house to the fraud beneficiary.  Some lawyers have you negotiate with the fraud beneficiaries.  Now look on Mortgage servicing fraud web site and the banksters taht have taken the house, are now coming after the supposed real (probably another fraud note) note and claiming lawsuits against the poor sole that lost the house to pay again for the house, cause the gave them satisfaction of the deed of trust, but not the note.  When you loose a house the lender no longer keeps the note.  The note or the house but not both.  The homeowner needs to demand the original note for the stolen house and they wont have it.     Bejre to bring this up to your attorney.  i am a Pro Se and not an attorney, and am not giving legal advice. ask the judge and the attorneys is it moral or ethical to pay a fruad?  Is it moral or ethical to give a free house to the fraud beneficiary whom has not and can not produce the original note and claims they dont have to.  Then demand the note for the house.  Take this to an attorney and ask them these questions.

At 3:58pm on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

It is sad that some states are not set up on the web for pulling files for free.   I dont know if you can just go in person and pull them up for free and only copy the ones that count.  I know some states make it hard.  Try asking on every blog for a copy of someoneelses no matter what state.  they usually do it for multiple states and someone is bound to have it.  If you can take the time to investigate and go to county records, like them up by for several counties.  It takes hours even on the web.   It has been a long time since I read the packet that I have requested from a gentleman I know has it and gave it to me.  There may be more help for you to find the notaries in his packet.  I am able to pull all records up on the Web in Washington state.

At 8:24am on March 3, 2012, saving my home in floridah said…

there are alot of good lawyers that work all over the state of florida.  

At 12:28am on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

and the list from the web of all the MERS officers.

At 12:22am on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

keep that letter.  Proves he is a fraud.

At 12:18am on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

Robosigning focuses attention on title companies


Chain of title - proof of who really owns a house - underpins the entire U.S. system of real estate.

Broken chain of title due to slipshod paperwork was a serious issue uncovered in the nationwide robosigning scandal and again last month in a city report that found San Francisco foreclosure paperwork riddled with errors.

Those revelations draw new attention to title companies, which insure a home's clear title for both buyers and lenders.

"If there is not a clear chain of title in the foreclosure process, how can there be a clear chain of title for the person buying foreclosed property?" said San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting, who commissioned the audit. "Given our report, it calls into question whether entities selling a foreclosure really have the right to transfer that property to somebody else."

 

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Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2012/03/02/BU2K1ND2HI.DTL#ixzz1o1gRbzlU

At 12:13am on March 3, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

go on every blog and ask for anyone with the same name on theirs to send a copy so you can compare signatures.   Also go into the county files and look up MERS docs instead of the homeowners name put in MERS and you will fing massive MERS docs and look at all of them until you find a bunch of the notaries and robo signers names and signatures that match yours, look up the dates of the notories and compare signatures and how many jobs they have MERS, RECONTRUST CITY WELLS SUNTRUST THEY HAVE MULTIPLE JOBS.  Impossible for one person. Also start looking a suing the title companies.

At 11:40pm on March 2, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

Sorry I meant go to this web site and it tells you all the employees.

At 11:39pm on March 2, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

1-10 of 2,010,000 results· Advanced


  • This is a list of MERS employees. I would think if they are not on their list they are frauds. We should write Mers and ask them for a complete list of MERS assistant secretaries and Vice Presidents that are authorized to sign assignments for them in the name of MERS.
  • Executive Vice President Dan McLaughlin serves as Executive Vice President ... Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS). Dan McLaughlin Vice President
    www.mersinc.org/about/exec.aspx
At 10:47pm on March 2, 2012, Shelley Erickson said…

It is humanly impossible to be in a different state and a different city and notorize you personally witnessed the assignment. So documenting the proof of the difference is all you need.  Now ask for a copy of the notories signature to verify.  Ask over the blogg for more copies of this notories signatures. I am going through some of my docs to find more of this person.  there are a lot discripencies of the signatures and where they were at the time of signing.  Proves perjury and fraud.

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