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WRAY | Requiem for MERS (and the Banks That Created the Frankenstein Monster)

WRAY | Requiem for MERS (and the Banks That Created the Frankenstein Monster)


L. Randall Wray

Professor of Economics and Research Director of the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri–Kansas City
Posted: January 24, 2011 09:01 AM

It is now widely recognized that MERS facilitated fraud by lenders, servicers, foreclosers and securitizers. Even on the most charitable interpretation it is very difficult to believe that MERS was not fraudulent by design. So much of the story has already been told that we do not need to rehash all of it here. Let me first concisely summarize the two main problems, and then move on to the most recent developments that put the final nails in MERS’s coffin. I’ll conclude with my argument that there really was some “not so intelligent” design behind all of this. But it is coming back to bite the hand that feeds. The big banks will not survive the monster they created.

Whenever those who are critical of MERS and the banksters post blogs about the multiple frauds, we are attacked by commentators — presumably industry hacks — who try to obfuscate the issues. But recent court cases as well as testimonies before elected representatives confirm our two main claims. First, many or most foreclosures that are taking place are illegal because those doing the foreclosing do not have legal standing. And, second, the practices that created the foreclosure problems also mean that the mortgage backed securities are actually unsecured debt. That means banks must take them back, so they are toast. It all comes back to MERS’s business model: it destroyed the chain of title.

Much of the rest of the fraud and scandal we are witnessing follows on from that because the banks want to foreclose the properties before the securities holders put back the fraudulent securities. The problem is that the destruction of the clear chain of title makes it impossible to foreclose, so the banks used robo-signers to forge documents in the hope they could paper over their home thefts. But homeowners, courts, legislators, securities investors, and title insurers have caught on to the scam. In addition to the forgeries, MERS and bank officials and lawyers are committing perjury in court in the hope that they can confuse the issues sufficiently that they can complete the home thefts.

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FULL DEPOSITION TRANSCRIPT OF TICOR TITLE STANLEY SILVA “NOTICE OF DEFAULTS” LPS, FIDELITY, MERS, WELLS FARGO

FULL DEPOSITION TRANSCRIPT OF TICOR TITLE STANLEY SILVA “NOTICE OF DEFAULTS” LPS, FIDELITY, MERS, WELLS FARGO


Excerpts:

A We don’t work in foreclosures.
Q You don’t work in foreclosures?
A No.
Q You don’t sign notices of default starting
foreclosures?
A I sign notices of default, yes.
Q And what do you understand the effect of a
notice of default is?
A It starts the clock ticking on the
formal foreclosure period.
Q But that is not working in foreclosures is your
testimony under oath here today on this video?
A Correct.
Q Does a notice of default put the property in
foreclosure?
A It starts the formal process of the foreclosure
time frames.

<SNIP>

Q What documents do you review prior to signing a
notice of default?

A We don’t review any documents.
Q What documents are provided to you in
connection with a loan where a notice of default t is
presented to you for your signature?

A Nothing.

<SNIP>

Q Let’s look at the second sentence there. It
says the amount is $9,751.03 as of 10/17/2007 and will
increase until your account becomes current.
At the time you signed this document you had
absolutely no knowledge whether that was true; correct?

A Correct.
Q On the second page, the last full paragraph
above your signature line, do you see that, that by
reason thereof, the present beneficiary under such deed
of trust has executed and delivered to the duly
appointed trustee a wri t ten declaration of default and
demand for sale.
You don’t know whether that was ever true, do
you?

A No.

<SNIP>

Q So to be clear, you receive an e-mail from LPS
that has as an attachment to it a notice of default?

A Yes.
Q That has names on that notice of default that
Ticor Title does not have an agency relationship with directly?
A Correct.
Q Correct?
A Right.
Q And then you sign the notice of default without
verifying the accuracy of any information in that notice
of default and cause it to be recorded?

A Correct.

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