Many homeowners will be able to stay in their homes a VERY long time with these assignments.

Many homeowners will be able to stay in their homes a VERY long time with these assignments.

Many homeowners will be able to stay in their homes a VERY long time with these assignments.

Mortgage Fraud by Lynn Szymoniak ESQ.

DOCX, LLC
FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE ASSN.

Action Date: March 9, 2010 
Location: West Palm Beach, FL 

ON MARCH 9, 2010, researchers for Fraud Digest easily found at least 10 Assignments, for combined loan amounts well over $2 million, with the Assignment Effective Date listed as 9/9/9999. These were all prepared by Docx, LLC in Alpharetta, Georgia, a subsidiary of Lender Processing Services in Jacksonville, FL. These are the same “document preparers/officers of too many banks” that prepared and filed Assignments where the grantor or grantee was listed as “Bogus Assignee for Intervening ASMTS” and also the same people who listed the grantor or grantee as “A Bad Bene.” All of these documents are witnessed and notarized (by other Docx employees). Fraud Digest researchers are now attempting to quantify the number of Assignments (in the hundreds or more likely thousands) where MERS is stated to be the original mortgagee. If the assignment is not effective until 9/9/9999, many homeowners will be able to stay in their homes a VERY long time. Each of these assignments effective in 9999 was to the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Assn. 

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