Fight Foreclosure: Make ‘Em Produce The Note!

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One of the last ways you can fight foreclosure is to make them produce the note. In many cases the note is sitting in a warehouse somewhere and nobody knows or cares where it is.

25 comments to Fight Foreclosure: Make ‘Em Produce The Note!

  • 300gideons  says:

    What if your home got auctioned and sold already?

  • ANYSIA000  says:

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  • Gofightsystem  says:

    I want to thank you for exposing me to the great injustice that the big banks are committing everyday.

  • ANYSIA000  says:

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  • rvdamon  says:

    HAVE A LOAN WITH CMC,” CENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY ” THEY ARE DECEPTIVE AND OUT RIGHT THIEVES. PLEASE DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM. I HAVE AN ATTORNEY SUING THEM NOW. THEY LIE ABOUT WHAT EVER HELPS THEM. THEY LOOSE PAPER WORK NO MATTER HOW YOU SEND IT, REG MAIL, FAX, EMAIL, YOU NAME IT. THEY WILL TAKE YOUR HOUSE IF YOU LET THEM GET AWAY WITH IT. BELIEVE ME STAY FAR AWAY. THEY WILL BE EXPOSED FURTHER. STAY SAFE

  • divabikinis  says:

    The Federal Trade Commission today stepped up its ongoing campaign against scammers who falsely promise guaranteed jobs and opportunities to “be your own boss” to consumers who are struggling with unemployment and diminished incomes as a consequence of the economic downturn. “Operation Empty Promises,” a multi-agency law enforcement initiative today announced more than 90 enforcement actions including FHTM.

  • sidecar771  says:

    @angelicrealtor…an average of 6 months to 21/2 years? Isn’t an average a single number that represents the middle of a data set? American ignorance is possibly as deep as it is wide….I think the solution is to defund education and tax cuts….that ‘ll work

  • Tubeusercomm  says:

    Wrongful foreclosure = house is foreclosed on and there is no default.
    Nearly all cases in securitization, the loans are current.
    The obligation is not in default because the Securitization Trustee and the investors have received all payments.
    Most Securitization foreclosures are wrongful foreclosures?
    Most all loans are current in securitization?
    The servicers and securitization trustees are required and
    obligated to make the payments whether or not they receive the payment
    from the homeowner.

  • Tubeusercomm  says:

    September 30, 2010, MDL court
    “Borrowers who are unable to allege that they were timely paying their obligations will not be able to pursue affirmative claims for wrongful non-judicial foreclosure based upon “splitting the note” theories or other challenges to MERS’ statusas mortgagee.”
    ———
    Also you can have no wrongful foreclosure claim before foreclosure. Foreclosure is a matter of private contract in non-judicial States.
    .

  • angelicrealtor  says:

    If you live in Georgia, I am a Licensed Preforeclosure Specialist that a Foreclosure Defense Attorney on my team and we’ve implemented the “Produce The Note Strategy” very successful here. As well, I’ve kept families facing foreclosure in their homes, mortgage free, for an average of 6 months to 2 1/2 years record high in order that they can avoid homelessness while they get to the next level in their respectives. If you’d like to talk to me further email at angelicrealtor1atyahoodotcom. Thanks!

  • Tubeusercomm  says:

    Youtube search: To rob a country, own a bank

    It’s by William K Black

    Banksters + Wall Street crooks run control frauds to loot banks and companies so they can get rich through bankruptcy as the loses are insured by the US government.

    The FBI warned of these problems and of an economic crash in 2004.

    There has not been one arrest of these crooks responsible for the 2008 crash.

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  • TheNewMusicNetwork  says:

    anyone here ever tried the A4V thing? I hear you can wipe out your mortgage with it. is it true?

    /watch?v=XrVyfc9NEhk

  • troybrownrigg  says:

    Something that might help! Pay your mortgage! Real simple, real easy. Just think about this in a non recourse state, they can still sue you for interest and penalaties due to the lender. I have in the past collected on these issues. Had the borrower simplely signed over the paperwork to the lender as requested most wouldn’t bother to sue the borrower, and garnish his paychech! When you can’t afford the house contact the lender and negotiate an exit.

  • troybrownrigg  says:

    Something that might help! Pay your mortgage! Real simple, real easy. Just think about this in a non recourse state, they can still sue you for interest and penalaties due to the lender. I have in the past collected on these issues. Had the borrower simplely signed over the paperwork to the lender as requested most wouldn’t bother to sue the borrower, and garnish his paycheck REAL SIMPLE! When you can’t afford the house contact the lender and negotiate an exit.

  • quack10  says:

    Well….you’ve done everything you could…except pay the bill.

  • TheZackFiler  says:

    @zombiespooner67 it got stolen by the TeabEggars …. If you ever voted Repub, you have no right to ask that question. Some repubs thought they were standing up for unborn life, but all they were really doing was making the rich even richer. Doesn’t help ANY babies, born or unborn.

  • Protool11  says:

    DOES IT HAVE TO BE THE ORIGINAL NOTE OR CAN IT BE A COPY? i WORK AT A BANK AND WE DON’T HAVE MANY ORIGINAL NOTES. hOWEVER, WE DO HAVE DIGITAL COPIES.

  • zombiespooner67  says:

    @samten10a I think your right

  • younitehumanity  says:

    2. At the closing table there was a currency exchange that took place…which was the Promisory note for the house. That is a done deal and you should own the house free and clear. You never got a loan,so you can’t pay back something you never got. This is not a joke this is real stuff. People are using this to keep their houses. If you want the full story, then look up a lady from TX, Dessie Andrews…she has helped 100’s of people keep their homes. She was recently on Radio (One Radio Network)

  • younitehumanity  says:

    1. Not only make them produce the Note…tell them that they can have the house including everything it produced (appreciation, Improvements etc…) in exchange for the note and everything it produced. The Note is physical property of the signatory. You will see that they are going to have a huge problem exchanging your property for “theirs”. Also remember…you NEVER got a loan…you got a house. You can only lose if the Judge is corrupt and will deny you your property (Note).

  • samten10a  says:

    @zombiespooner67

    1965 was when the first this same PR crap. It showed up in Bill Clintons presidency for housing. It seem every time I hear this or a derivative of it some group melts down after 6 to 10 years defrauding a lot of people. Here is the PR sound bites (the government has NO business in business, it cost to much and waste to much money, government should deregulate) last melt down was and is still happing is the housing business. I worry what is next

  • TheMiguelGrande  says:

    FTB, screw the Pretender Lenders. 60 million fraudulent loans, where the title and note have conveniently disappeared. When you pay off the note, whos going to give you clear title? The best way to tale back Amerika is to refuse to pay the banksters. Tea Party, my ass, I smell a Revolution!

  • candyflip1971  says:

    I have a question for you. I live in Illinois, and my wife and I are both on the mortgage, but only my wife is on the note. If our house goes into foreclosure, would my credit be affected? Also, if I buy another home in my name only, can the bank put a lien on my new house? And can they garnish my wages? Please advise. Thanks!

  • Roadthales  says:

    All I wan to do is get a Home modification now the VA sends a guy to change the locks

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