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Mortgage Servicing Fraud
occurs post loan origination when mortgage servicers use false statements and book-keeping entries, fabricated assignments, forged signatures and utter counterfeit intangible Notes to take a homeowner's property and equity.
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01/10/21

When Do CARES Act Forbearance Rights and Foreclosure Moratoriums End? JD Supra

When Do CARES Act Forbearance Rights and Foreclosure Moratoriums End?
The March 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) contains a number of provisions that help borrowers with federally backed mortgage loans. Among these are forbearance protections for borrowers with single-family loans and multifamily loans. However, only one of the forbearance provisions has a clearly defined period when the rights are available. As detailed below, the various federal agencies are taking a piecemeal approach to forbearances, resulting in differing deadlines for different types of federally backed mortgages and lots of confusion for the servicers who have to implement the forbearance programs.

01/09/21

NY Stays Residential Evictions, Foreclosures Through Feb. 27 JD Supra

NY Stays Residential Evictions, Foreclosures Through Feb. 27
On December 28, 2020, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020 (EEFPA) which became effective immediately. The new law includes separate components related to residential evictions, mortgage foreclosures, tax foreclosures, negative credit reporting, credit discrimination, and tax renewal exemption protections. This alert will primarily focus on the EEFPA’s effect upon mortgage foreclosures, negative credit reporting, and credit discrimination.

01/08/21

Tax Free Scheme Robs Homeowners and Investors — Trillions Owed to IRS and State Tax Authorities Living Lies

Tax Free Scheme Robs Homeowners and Investors — Trillions Owed to IRS and State Tax Authorities
Hat tip to Summer Chic There are many ways this fraudulent conduct can be stopped or modified. One of them is for taxing authorities to take notice that most of the money generated from the scheme was never reported as income resulting in astronomical underpyments of income tax, transfer taxes, recording fees, etc.

01/08/21

After Mnuchin Demanded that Fed Chair Powell Return Hundreds of Billions from Its Emergency Lending Facilities, Fed Sends Back Just $41.3 Billion Wall Street On Parade

After Mnuchin Demanded that Fed Chair Powell Return Hundreds of Billions from Its Emergency Lending Facilities, Fed Sends Back Just $41.3 Billion
We have become convinced that the allocation of $454 billion under the CARES Act stimulus legislation to cover any losses incurred in the Fed’s emergency bailout programs was a dog and pony show created by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (who has testified to Congress that he helped write the legislation) in order to provide Mnuchin with a slush fund to trade in markets.

01/07/21

Death and Mayhem Inside the Capitol Building and the Stock Market Gains 437.8 Points. Why? Wall Street On Parade

Death and Mayhem Inside the Capitol Building and the Stock Market Gains 437.8 Points. Why?
As a violent mob of Trump’s citizen militia scaled walls, broke windows and seized control of the Capitol building yesterday around 2 p.m., the Dow Jones Industrial Average set a new intraday high of 31,022.65. It gave up very little by the 4 p.m. close, gaining 437.8 points on the day.

01/06/21

Homeowner’s Dilemma and Pro Se Nightmare: Wanting the system to change is not the way to win a case Living Lies

Homeowner’s Dilemma and Pro Se Nightmare: Wanting the system to change is not the way to win a case
Homeowners win because there is no legal claim against them. But they will lose every time if they fail to establish the inability or unwillingness of the foreclosure mill to come up with concrete evidence that there is, in fact, a loan receivable entry on the accounting ledgers of the claimant and that it got there by virtue of a real-world transaction in which value was paid for the underlying obligation.

01/05/21

Consumer Law Rights Scheduled To Go Into Effect Or Extended In 2021. NCLC

Consumer Law Rights Scheduled To Go Into Effect Or Extended In 2021.
Availability of Chapter 13 Discharge Despite Missed Payments
Protection of Stimulus Payments from Bankruptcy Trustee
Protection Against Discrimination
CARES Forbearance Claim
Continued Utility Service

01/05/21

In most cases the originator labelled as “lender” was never the lender and never owned the debt — so it could not transfer or convey the loan to anyone Living Lies

In most cases the originator labelled as “lender” was never the lender and never owned the debt — so it could not transfer or convey the loan to anyone
The challenge to homeowners and attorneys who represent homeowners in foreclosure proceedings, is to see the written documents not as presumptively true, but rather as presumptive lie.

01/05/21

This article lists federal and state consumer law changes that are scheduled to go into effect in 2021. NCLC

This article lists federal and state consumer law changes that are scheduled to go into effect in 2021.
This article lists federal and state consumer law changes that are scheduled to go into effect in 2021. This includes new rights and also rights and programs that were scheduled to terminate in 2020, but are now extended into 2021.

01/04/21

Some Pandemic Protections for Consumers Could Become Permanent Pew Research Trust

Some Pandemic Protections for Consumers Could Become Permanent
A woman walks past a personal finance loan office in Franklin, Tennessee. Officials in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., have taken emergency action to protect consumers during the pandemic, including enacting temporary measures to curtail aggressive debt collection. Some want to make the protections permanent.

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