Tag Archives: note holder
IS THERE EVEN A “NOTE HOLDER” TO PAY?
Reaction to a post at Living Lies today in which Neil Garfield said: “If the owner can’t be known, are we really saying that the borrower still owes the money on the fictitious debt that was described in ether note … Continue reading
Posted in Debt, Fannie Mae, Foreclosure, Foreclosure fraud, MERS Tagged Bank of America, Carpenter v. Longan, endorsement, Fannie Mae, Kemp v. Countrywide, Kirby v. Bank of America, Living Lies, MERS, Michele Sjolander, negotiation, Neil Garfield, note holder, possession, promissory note, Recontrust, transfer 2 Comments
IFR COVER-UP: THE PRINCIPAL/AGENT SCAM REVEALED, PART ONE
So if any of us can stand yet more commentary on the So-Called Independent Foreclosure Review (SCIFR), I have a question–why were only the “servicers” punished? Why weren’t the holders and/or owners of the notes punished? After all, the servicers … Continue reading
Posted in Foreclosure Tagged Barclays, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve, foreclosure, foreclosure fraud, Freddie Mac, In re Hwang, In re Vargas, Independent Foreclosure Review, Judge Bufford, LIBOR, Living Lies, Matt Weidner, Max Gardner, MBS, Neil Garfield, note holder, OCC, promissory note, QE, QE unlimited, servicer Leave a comment