How to Search the SEC for a Securitized Trust

SEC webWhen a unknown bank named as a Trustee for a securitized trust (usually Deutsche Bank, Bank of NY Mellon, US Bank National, etc.) sends you a letter stating you owe them money and you are in default, the first thing you should do is contact a local title company and have them look for an Assignment of Mortgage under your address or tax key number (it won’t likely be under your name).  Chances are the Assignment of Mortgage is fabricated and void; however, this is the breeder document that allows the banksters to foreclose.

The following information will assist you in searching the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for the alleged trust.    Continue reading

‘Wall Street Broke This Country — One Lousy Mortgage At A Time’

Elizabeth Warren: ‘Wall Street Broke This Country — One Lousy Mortgage At A Time’

Zeke Miller | Oct. 9, 2011, 11:28 AM

Massachusetts Senate candidate and former Obama administration official Elizabeth Warren laid into the financial sector for their role in bringing about the recession.

Asked about her position on the Occupy Wall Street protest at last week’s Massachusetts Senate debate, Warren said that people have to follow the law, then immediately launched into an invective against the banks.

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Oh Pleeeeze – Where’s the Handcuffs?

New York Times

Federal Regulators Sue Big Banks Over Mortgages

By  and KEVIN ROOSE
Published: September 2, 2011

A bruising legal fight pitting the country’s most powerful banks against the full force of the United States government began Friday, as federal regulators filed suits against 17 financial institutions that sold the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac nearly $200 billion in mortgage-backed securities that later soured.

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