Wall Street’s Mortgage Fraud Scandal with David Kreiger
In a brilliant interview on Alex Jones’ Infowars, David Kreiger dissects a portion of the foreclosure fraud committed by the banks and their pretender lenders which David’s book, “Clouded Titles” (new updated edition with case cites) exposes.
The mortgage scandal created by banker endorsed deregulation and MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems) is a fraud that is wide spread and millions of Americans have been affected. What is most frightening is that many of them don’t even know it yet.
“You can have a house that is fully paid for and still end up in foreclosure,” Alex Jones explains and discusses with David Kreiger in detail. A must watch the video below.
We can only hope that the judiciary continues to grasp the magnitude of this “cleptocratic” structure and unite the nation in order to protect our titles and assure that the states and its’ people maintain control of the lands within their borders.
CLOUDED TITLES … IT IS AS OMINOUS AS IT SOUNDS!
In 1998, a little-known Delaware entity began to creep silently into the county courthouses and recorder’s offices of America, dumping its very carefully-crafted documents into the official repositories, leaving not only just a mere token of its affection in the way of recordation fees but also setting the trap for a complete collapse of the nation’s legal control over property ownership and putting it in the hands of the corporate few. Over the course of 12+ years, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) has thoroughly unleashed a confusing mess of concealed electronic data, supplied by virtually all of the major players in the American financial arena.
As a result of MERS’ actions, coupled with an intricate network of document preparers, it has virtually caused clouds on over 60,000,000+ titles to property in every state in the United States. In doing so, its membership base has saved millions of dollars in recordation fees, by hiding behind MERS’ electronic wall. By doing so, it has deprived the counties of the United States millions upon millions of dollars in badly-needed recordation fees; necessary for not only maintenance of property records (one of the basic tenets of American wealth) but also for the funding of certain county services, which have then had to raise property taxes to accommodate the lack of funds or simply cut back on services it used to be able to pay for on its own.
And by doing so the banks tried to skirt the federal and states UETA statutes.
The foregoing is just a small part of this mess. No one knows who really owns their mortgage loan because it is sold and resold many times over, hidden in the crevasses of bits and bytes of information only accessible by the sources that inputted the data in the first place. When the real information comes to the surface, it comes as a prelude to foreclosure against the homeowner. When the homeowner tries to find out who bought what from whom, he is stifled in the nation’s courts by judges who don’t understand this network of trickery and deceit.
The question is … how will you know you haven’t been affected by this chicanery?
CLOUDED TITLES exposes the many facets of what MERS has now become and covers the issues that borrowers and property owners are facing; along with suggestions and ideas for seeking remedy in state courts … the only place in America with any saving grace. This book goes into some detail about the quiet title action and what it means to property owners with clouded titles. The author himself has been involved in them and is currently on the front lines covering the issues, which come with your purchase in the form of monthly newsletters. This book is a must for all truth-seekers that want to find out more about how the securitization mess on Wall Street affected American property owners on Main Street.
This is a patented national land grab operation – pay attention. And take the time to learn the whereabouts of your mortgage.
Thanks to Shelley and David Kreiger for providing the information for this post.