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Class Action Lawsuit Against David J. Stern, MERS


Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Ignacio Damian Figueroa vs. Merscorp, Inc., Law Offices of David J. Stern, PA, and David J. Stern, individually, is a class action suit on behalf of people who have lost their homes in mortgage foreclosures where MERS and Stern's office were involved. The Complaint is thoroughly researched and well written. It asks for triple damages, costs and attorney fees under the "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act," also known as the RICO Act.

The suit says that Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc.,or "MERS,"  is a racketeering enterprise. It charges that Stern, along with his law firm and related companies conspired with MERSCORP to deprive homeowners of their property illegally through fraud. The homeowner's attorney in this case is Kenneth Eric Trent in Fort Lauderdale.

Florida AG Accuses 3 Law Firms of        Fraud in Foreclosure Process 
The economic crimes division of the Florida attorney general has issued subpoenas to three South Florida law firms that represent mortgage lenders. The firms are suspected of fraud in the foreclosure process.

The attorney general's investigation targets three firms representing mortgage lenders. The three law firms have handled the largest number of foreclosures in the state. In some cases, the firms handled thousands of foreclosures a month.

The investigation centers on allegations that the law firms used forged and fabricated documents in the foreclosure process, sometimes filing false documents with courts as they sought judgments against homeowners. Potentially thousands of foreclosed homeowners could be affected by improper actions by the firms under investigation.

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Everyone should send copy of their Complaint to the Federal Trade Commision F.T.C., SEC and the F.B.I. Economic Crimes Division
  Linda Green's changing signature

In Georgia, an employee of a document processing company, Linda Green, for years claimed to be executives of Bank of America, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank and dozens of other lenders while signing off on tens of thousands of foreclosure affidavits. In many cases, her signature appeared to be forged by different employees. 

Green worked for a foreclosure document company owned by Lender Processing Services. The company is being investigated by a U.S. attorney in Florida for allegedly using improper documentation to speed foreclosures.

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'Robo-signer' played quiet role in huge number of foreclosures

File Your FL Bar Complaint here!  If you have been a victim of an attorney of the Law Offices of David J. Stern In FL, or of any other foreclosure Mill in the state of Florida, then file your Bar Complaint below!
If you have informed the plaintiffs' attorneys of fraud, of which you have evidence, that the foreclosure plaintiffs have commited in their intent of obtaining the courts jurisdiction though deceit; If your case is the end result of a robo signer, fraudulent assignment and/or fraudulent affidavit in suport of summary judgment (as a result of "in-house manufactured documents") If  you have made the plaintiffs' attorney's fully aware of these facts and yet they continue to prosecute your case, then file a criminal complaint with the Attorney General of your state and the FBI Economic Crimes Task Force, also demand that the Bar Association of your state disbar this attorney. We start with FL today, we will expand to all the United States Bar Associations by the end of November. Do not procrastinate, FILE TODAY!
See If You Qualify Under The National Mortgage Settlement...
After many months of negotiation, 49 state attorneys general and the federal government have reached agreement on a historic joint state-federal settlement with the countryís five largest loan servicers:

Bank of America                                                  Download Settlement Fact Sheet

JPMorgan Chase
Wells Fargo/ASC
This bipartisan settlement will provide as much as $25 billion in:
Relief to distressed borrowers in the states who signed on to the settlement; and
Direct payments to signing states and the federal government.
Itís the largest consumer financial protection settlement in US history.
The agreement settles state and federal investigations finding that the countryís five largest loan servicers routinely signed foreclosure related documents outside the presence of a notary public and without really knowing whether the facts they contained were correct.  Both of these practices violate the law.
The settlement provides benefits to borrowers in the signing states whose loans are owned by the settling banks as well as to many of the borrowers whose loans they service. Borrowers from Oklahoma will not be eligible for any of the relief directly to homeowners because Oklahoma elected not to join the settlement.
Because of the complexity of the mortgage market and this agreement, which will be performed over a three-year period, borrowers will not immediately know if they are eligible for relief. Borrowers from states who did not sign the settlement will not be eligible for any of the relief directly to homeowners. Borrowers from Oklahoma will not be eligible for any of the relief directly to homeowners because Oklahoma elected not to join the settlement.
The settlement provides assistance for:
Homeowners needing loan modifications now, including first and second lien principal reduction.  The servicers are required to work off up to $17 billion in principal reduction and other forms of loan modification relief nationwide.
State attorneys general anticipate the settlementís requirement for principal reduction will show other lenders that principal reduction is one effective tool in combating foreclosure and that it will not lead to widespread defaults by borrowers who really can afford to pay.
Borrowers who are current, but underwater.  Borrowers will be able to refinance at todayís historically low interest rates.  Servicers will have to provide up to $3 billion in refinancing relief nationwide.

Borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure with no requirement to prove financial harm and without having to release private claims against the servicers or the right to participate in the OCC review process.  $1.5 billion will be distributed nationwide to some 750,000 borrowers.

Over the next 30 to 60 days, settlement negotiators will be selecting an administrator to handle the logistics of the settlement and monitor compliance. Over the next six to nine months, the settlement administrator, attorneys general and the mortgage servicers will work to identify homeowners eligible for the immediate cash payments, principal reductions and refinancing. Those eligible will receive letters.
This settlement will be executed over the next three years.
For loan modifications and refinance options, borrowers may be contacted directly by one of the five participating mortgage servicers. Keeping in mind the timeline above, you may contact the banks directly if you need additional information:
Ally/GMAC: 800-766-4622
Bank of America: 877-488-7814 (Available M-F  7am - 9pm CT and Saturdays  8am CT - 5pm CT
Citi: 866-272-4749
JPMorgan Chase: 866-372-6901
Wells Fargo: 800-288-3212 (Available M-F 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST)
Loans owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac are not impacted by this settlement.  You may visit the following websites to learn if your loan is owned by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac:

These sites will also include links to information about mortgage and foreclosure programs you may be eligible to access.  You may also call 1-888-995-HOPE (4673)
For borrowers who lost their home to foreclosure between Jan. 1, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2011, a settlement administrator designated by the attorneys general will send claim forms to persons eligible for cash restitution.
If you believe you are eligible for relief under this settlement but are concerned you will be difficult to locate, please contact your Attorney Generalís Office. We will collect and forward your information to the appropriate person to ensure you are contacted if you are eligible.
To Contact the Attorny General in Your State: CONTACT AG
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