CONFIRMED: LPS included in the 50 State Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Deal


CONFIRMED: LPS included in the 50 State Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Deal

CONFIRMED: LPS included in the 50 State Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Deal

I knew there was something I was suppose to follow up with last week and earlier today I noted that this was unconfirmed, until I finally found it in my “things to do”!

Now exactly who is going to cover the costs for the document mill?

via: Curtis Hertel
Ingham County Register of Deeds

We have even received information in recent days that shows LPS, a document mill included in the proposed settlement, specifically requested to have this criminal investigation converted to a civil lawsuit. It seems clear that they are aware of their vulnerability to these charges, and are attempting to save their company’s stock price by avoiding responsibility.

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4 Responses to “CONFIRMED: LPS included in the 50 State Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Deal”

  1. papergate says:

    All we have to say is – go ahead – sign the agreement – then kiss your re-election goodbye.

    If the AG’s can’t hang in there to protect the citizens they were elected to protect – then it is an obvious choice they are not re-elected for AG or any other positions involving governing and protecting the people of a state or anywhere else – if there were elections right now and AGs Biden or Schneiderman were running we’d vote for them in a heart beat – they could run for anything and we’d vote for them because they stuck their necks out to do the right thing. We don’t easily forget.

    Think before you sign AGs – especially if you plan to be in politics down the road – only people can vote – banks and corporations don’t have a hand in putting you into office – but we do – remember that.
    PS – while you state AGs are counting up the coins you amassed from the sell out – remember to “tip” or compensate websites like this one and foreclosurehamlet, foreclosurefraud. etc. – they are the people behind these blogs that have educated all of us and kept us up to the minute and informed at all times what was going on – and because of these guys’ websites – you AGs and others basking in the light of celebrity right now were given opportunities to know where the strengths and weaknesses in these matters were – based on citizens’ comments and considerations – so when you divvy up those billions of dollars don’t forget to reimburse these website folks – I think no less than $10,000-25,000 or .01% is fair considering these website hosts made it possible for these negotiations to even be in existence and in our faces in the first place – otherwise no one would be this far with these issues and the AGs enjoying the limelight right now would be in the shadows unknown – 1% or at least a healthy tip – you all owe them – as we in the trenches do.

  2. Mary Malone says:

    It’s time we talk turkey to the state AG’s and all other public officials who have covered up and/or refused to prosecute massive MBS/mortgage/foreclosure fraud.

    There’s a law called, Misprision of felony which has been on the books since the 15th century. NY Federal prosecutors have dusted off the law and are using it to gain convictions of low-level employees who work for execs committing mortgage fraud.

    It requires anyone who has actionable intelligence/knowledge of a felony to report the crime to law enforcement and the courts.

    Well, all 50 State AG’s have been presented with actionable intelligence of numerous felonies – from notary fraud to wire/mail fraud; conspiracy to commit fraud; bank fraud; mortgage fraud; security fraud and more…All these crimes are felonies.

    Misprision of felony carries a $250K fine and up to 3 years in the slammer.

    From the U.S. Code Online via GPO Access
    [Laws in effect as of January 3, 2007]
    [CITE: 18USC4]
    [Page 10]
    Sec. 4. Misprision of felony
    Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony
    cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

    ?Publicly disgrace them as much as possible. Contact every media outlet you can, and tell them what the AGs are doing is misprision, which is a federal felony. Petition your governor for the removal of your AG for unsuitability (disability) and criminal acts while acting under color of law.

    State by state, it’s time we demand the rule of law be enforced. It’s time to take our country back.

  3. keepon says:

    Have United States Attorneys General EH-ver had so many criminals rush to their sides before? Have the Ags looked in the mirror to figure out why?


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