Foreclosure filings on the rise and cases once dismissed for fraudulent paperwork are back

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Foreclosure filings on the rise and cases once dismissed for fraudulent paperwork are back

Foreclosure filings on the rise and cases once dismissed for fraudulent paperwork are back

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The number of foreclosure filings is increasing and cases once dismissed for flawed paperwork are back. Now, notices will be hitting area mailboxes soon.   

Suzette Woodard works for the Lee County Clerk’s Office. She has been filing envelopes – notices to owners that their homes are being foreclosed on.

Lee County Clerk of Courts Charlie Green has been going over the numbers.

He says foreclosure filings are almost double what they were last year. Now he’s worried about a case backlog

“I think we’ll be able to use some dollars that we just got from the state to probably work with the judges to clean up some of it, so it doesn’t get backlogged,” he said.

The bulk of the notices are re-filings – cases that had to be dismissed earlier because of flawed paperwork by the lenders.

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2 Responses to “Foreclosure filings on the rise and cases once dismissed for fraudulent paperwork are back”

  1. Matt H. says:

    If you live in the state of Arizona and have reason to believe that Chase, Chase Home Finance, JP Morgan Chase, or any of their other subsidiaries committed foreclosure fraud against you, please contact the Arizona Attorney General’s Office immediately to file a foreclosure fraud complaint against them. As of April, 2012 there is a file now open to track and pursue legal action against Chase Bank for foreclosure fraud but the Arizona Attorney General’s Office must have more complaints on file in order to take any action. The case number that opened the door is CIC11-16793 and Chase was caught red handed submitting fraudulent documents to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, one of these fraudulent documents that Chase submitted included a fake Allonge signed by robo-signer, Angela Nolan. The original mortgage with CTX Mortgage was signed by both my wife and I but the phony Allonge submitted by Chase only had me named on it (no signature or initials either) and it was dated about week before we even closed on the house! Chase claimed for months that the loan originated with them on November 27, 2007. In February 2012, Chase then claimed that everything was “legal” because they had assumed CTX Mortgage Company but I have yet to find any indication that Chase ever acquired CTX Mortgage Company. Then, another document submitted in March 2012 by Chase to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office then claimed that MERS transferred the loan to them on January 2, 2008! Chase has also called themselves the servicer of the loan as well as the holder of the note too. This is but a taste of the lies and contradictions that Chase spewed to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.
    Regards,
    Matt H.

  2. dinsfla says:

    Matt,
    Do you have a copy of the complaint so I can post it? If so, please upload it here. http://stopforeclosurefraud.com/email-a-tip/

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