A mortgage dispute with a twist

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A mortgage dispute with a twist

A mortgage dispute with a twist

When the banks get trapped and can’t get out of the hole, all they have to do is rely on MERS because 20,000+ Certified robo-signers Officers can sign, assign, release, satisfy any paperwork they want!

BTW, Whitney K. Cook is an employee of Chase Home Finance, located in Franklin County, OH.

My San Antonio-

In a strange twist in the ongoing saga of shoddy recordkeeping surrounding mortgage documents, Chase bank last month sued a San Antonio couple because they were mistakenly released from having to make any more house payments — nine years ago.

Chase filed suit in U.S. District Court in San Antonio last month against Ramiro and Delia Guerrero Jr. to rescind a mortgage-lien release recorded in 2002. The bank also wants the mortgage declared valid so the couple will have to resume making payments.

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One Response to “A mortgage dispute with a twist”

  1. TMT says:

    It is true…. I have checked my enemy’s estate that has been sold to a new buyer (end of Aug). It took 6 weeks to lift the lien and MERS was the one that lift the lien not pretender lenders nor trustee nor investors. The doc looks like fake. And it looks like robo-signers signitures by Maryann Blank and Mary K. Duvall.

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