EXHIBIT A: “1. Plaintiff, Ditech Financial, LLC (“Ditech”), formerly Greentree Servicing LLC, appears to have willfully violated this Court’s order to produce training manuals. The training manual produced on November 16, 2017, now appears to show that Ditech’s standard business practice does not verify prior servicer’s records for accuracy before boarding loans.
2. The training manual produced appears to show that Ditech’s witness, Christopher Ogden (“Mr. Ogden”), gave false testimony in an effort to introduce the prior servicer’s records into evidence under false pretenses.
3. On June 28, 2017, Mr. Ogden appeared for deposition, gave evasive and incomplete answers, and refused to turn over training materials upon which he relied to give his testimony about the loan boarding process and the creation of business records to be submitted in
evidence at trial under the business records exception to the hearsay rule…”
Here is a case in which the court ordered certain parties and witnesses and lawyers to show cause why they shouldn’t be held in criminal contempt for lying to the court about the boarding process.
I don’t have time to do more than tell you to read it if your case involves DiTech, Greentree or Ocwen.
Notable reference: more than 1.4 million boarded loans at Ocwen with no checking for errors.