MERS Declaration of Wyler & Powers for Congress/FBI/SEC/DOJ investigations
“Mortgage Electronic Registration System Inc. (MERS) is the focus of the research that is the foundation of this Declaration. Renee Wyler and Billie Powers are registered whistleblowers with the Security & Exchange Commission bringing forth the material evidence of their findings and proprietary work.
The Two come forward in peace as protectors of the American (wo)men, The President, The Treasury and US Inc. They seek remedy for all who are touched by the Ponzi Scheme known as the MERS software database. Continue reading →
Over 72 million families (based on 2.5 per household – that’s 180,000,000 constituents) have been negatively affected by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. and its parent company MERScorp Holdings, Inc. Too many to count foreclosures have resulted over the past decade with forged assignments documents allegedly signed by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS) employees who actually work for someone other than MERS.
Many of the homeowners who have bought a home or refinanced a home since 2002 will find Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. listed as the “nominee” mortgagee in their mortgages – and they don’t even know it. Now, the federal government is proposing a “National” mortgage registry system – and one would have to wonder why?
Saterbak v JPMorgan [Saterbak v JPMorgan, D066636 (Cal. Ct. App. March 16, 2016) Appellate Court attempts to over rule the California Supreme Court requires response from all. Presiding Judge Judith McConnell.
Below is an analytical response to the horrific ruling and opinion from the San Diego Appellate court that directly challenges the recent Yvanova vs. New Century Mortgage Corporation ruling from the Cal Supreme Court. We suggest that folks read this analysis and forward it with their comments to Kamala Harris (California State Attorney General) requesting her office to strongly object to this Saterbak ruling, and request that the Attorney General request that the Supreme Court de-publish the Appellate ruling. Continue reading →
The forum is a daylong event where leaders in both servicing and federal government come together to engage in honest and open dialogue about the industry’s most pressing issues and challenges affecting both your business and the entire housing economy… Without a single homeowner representative on the Agenda. Continue reading →
Posted by Karen Pooley, HomeownersSuperPAC, WA Director
WASHINGTON BANKER’S ASSOCIATION ATTEMPTS TO OVERTURN TWO WASHINGTON SUPREME COURT DECISIONS!
This is the Washington Homeowners’ alert to the Washington Bankers Association’s attempt to overturn two Washington Supreme Court decisions: Lyons v. U.S. Bank (2014) and Bain v. Metropolitan Mortgage (2012) with the introduction of Senate Bill 5968, a Pro-Banker Bill.
Both of these Washington Supreme Court cases held that the foreclosing entity must be the owner of the obligation evidencing the debt (or the promissory note) yet the Pro-Banker Bill, Senate Bill 5968, would allow lenders to foreclose on property in the state of Washington without clear ownership of the underlying debt! Continue reading →
(GEORGETOWN, TEXAS) — The Williamson County Commissioners Court was presented with the final results of the real property records audit conducted in early October by DK Consultants LLC out of San Antonio. The Commissioners were shocked at the findings, which you can access by clicking here for the full report.
Coming up on July 11th is the national Uniform Law Committee conference in Seattle at the Westin Hotel.
Whether or not you are in foreclosure, if you own a home and have a mortgage or intend some day to own a home, this national ULC conference affects you. For hundreds of years states have owned and recorded their own lands – and now it appears the United States federal government would like that to change. Continue reading →
Every day I hear more stories about alleged corruption in the courts, not only when it comes to foreclosures, but also bankruptcy – especially when families are trying to protect their homes. It is more than obvious that the system is flawed.
Judges are not necessarily adept, specifically educated or predisposed to this new form of securitization…these quasi-securities called NTMs (nontraditional mortgages). Nor are they willing to risk their investment portfolios and mutual funds to protect the average citizens in America. Continue reading →