The Home Equity Theft Reporter: Sloppy Foreclosures Continue As Florida Homeowner Faces Actions From Two Different Plaintiffs Each Claiming To Own The Same Note & Mortgage

The Home Equity Theft Reporter: Miami Herald: State Regulators Let Mortgage Crooks Keep Working After Catching Scammers Stealing Homes, Loan Proceeds From the Miami Herald: "When I took the job, I was not prepared," Atesiano told a federal judge on Tuesday. "I made some very, very bad decisions." His apologies did not sway U.S. District Judge K. Michael Moore, who on Tuesday sentenced the 53-year-old former cop to three years in prison.

But according to the same documents, JP Morgan didn’t even receive the mortgage from Novastar until February 2nd, 2009 – two months after it had supposedly passed the note along to Bank of New York. Such rank incompetence at doctoring legal paperwork is typical of foreclosure actions, where the fraud is laid out in ink in ways that make it.

Posted by Home Equity Theft Reporter at 12:01 AM 0 comments Links to this post Monday, September 14, 2015 Florida Appeals Court Slams Brakes On Sloppy Foreclosing Lender’s Attempt To Enforce Mortgage Where Only One Of Four Co-Owners Signed The Paperwork; Rejects Assertion That Non-Signatory Owners Ratified Mortgage Through Their Conduct

 · OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Fla.-Patsy Campbell could tell you a thing or two about fighting foreclosure. She’s been fighting hers for 25 years. The 71-year-old retired insurance saleswoman has been living in her house, a two-story on a half acre in a tidy middle-class neighborhood here in central Florida, since 1978. The last time she made a.

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This reporter wonders why a bank will refuse to let an owner of 18 years stay in a home at the SAME principal (even though it is $250,000 more than the home is worth) when all the homeowner asked was a break on the monthly payment and missed payments tacked on to the end of the loan.

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Reporter: sloppy foreclosures continue Florida city pays hackers $600K in bitcoin to get computer systems back For hackers who broke into the computer systems of a Florida city a few weeks back, crime seems to be paying rather well, and the local government has agreed to pay the hefty sum of $600,000 to.

But according to the same documents, JP Morgan didn’t even receive the mortgage from Novastar until February 2nd, 2009 – two months after it had supposedly passed the note along to Bank of New York. Such rank incompetence at doctoring legal paperwork is typical of foreclosure actions, where the fraud is laid out in ink in ways that make it.