I think MERS’ Janice Spokeswoman needs to be updated on all that happened from 1998-2002 before she comments.
Just like the others who have resigned when the company is on the brink of exposure. Wait until they get a hold of those who were involved from the beginning (X-CEO and X-VP/Treasurer)… who know what’s up.
But they will be reeled back in because they knew all along this was bound to happen. You ain’t so smart now… are you?
New York’s attorney general has subpoenaed MERS, the electronic registry of mortgages used by the banking industry, seeking information about how it is used by major banks, a person familiar with the matter said.
Delaware also took action by filing a lawsuit on Thursday that accuses MERS of taking unlawful shortcuts in dealing with the foreclosure crisis.
The registry used by the banking industry is “unreliable” and “frequently inaccurate,” Beau Biden, the state’s attorney general said in the lawsuit, which seeks penalties of $10,000 per violation.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman issued a subpoena earlier this week demanding documents from MERS about how it is used by major banks, a source told Reuters.
The subpoena is part of a joint New York-Delaware mortgage probe, the source said.© 2010-17 FORECLOSURE FRAUD | by DinSFLA. All rights reserved.