UPDATED Wednesday February 15th, 2012.
Foreclosure Robo-Signing in Tampa Fl continues.
Back in 2009 Wells Fargo Sued Wells Fargo Using Tampa Law Firm Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A. to defend Itself. Now in 2012 Tampa Law Firm Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A. is picking up the slack from Florida Default Group (also in Tampa) to forge ahead with stalemated foreclosure cases that were first mishandled by the now defunct David J. Stern Law office.
Tampa Law Firm Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A., “Gee” how low can we go on the Law Firm totem pole? Bring in the 3rd string team of Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A., good luck boys.
Fox News Interviews Al Lewis of Dow Jones about it…You can’t expect a bank that is dumb enough to sue itself to know why it is suing itself. Yet I could not resist asking Wells Fargo Bank NA why it filed a civil complaint against itself in a mortgage foreclosure case in Hillsborough County, Fla.
The Foreclosure Law Firm Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A. at 1505 N. Florida Ave Tampa Fl, Telephone: 813-666-1577, is taking over mishandled foreclosure cases of the Florida Default Law Group that had initially been fraudulently prosecuted by the David J. Stern Law Firm which is now shuttered, dumb, dumber and dumbest.
I will continue to investigate Foreclosure Law Firms like Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer P.A. at Telephone: 813-666-1577, as Gov. Rick Scott and AG Pam Bondi appear to have put the brakes on shutting down fraudulent foreclosure mills.
The office location of Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer PA at 1505 N Florida AveTampa, FL, Telephone: 813-666-1577, looks like you are entering a correctional institution, the building spans a whole city block and has no windows, WTH?
July 13th, 2011..Foreclosure fraud investigators forced out at attorney general’s office. A lead foreclosure fraud investigator for the state said she and a colleague were forced to resign from the Florida attorney general’s office, unexpectedly ending their nearly yearlong pursuit to hold law firms and banks accountable.
Former Assistant Attorney General Theresa Edwards and colleague June Clarkson had been investigating the state’s so-called “foreclosure mills,” uncovering evidence of legal malpractice that also implicated banks and loan servicers.
Pam Bondi’s press secretary said Tuesday that foreclosure investigations are still open and are being personally led or supervised by Division Director Richard Lawson. “The division has made these investigations a top priority and will continue to actively pursue all of our investigations into foreclosure law firms,” said Jennifer Krell Davis (FOR NOW).Edwards and Clarkson set up a 98-page report titled “Unfair, Deceptive and Unconscionable Acts in Foreclosure Cases,” which outlines instances of questionable signatures and notarizations, as well as foreclosures filed by entities that might not have had the legal ability to foreclose, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE.
“I have been noticing their name more often, ever since some of the other law firms have gotten into trouble. I see them trying the same old tricks as all the other firms. You will find several assignments of mortgage by Joan Waddler that seem to be just as fraudulent as what’s been around. They prepare documents to assign the mortgage via a supposed officer of MERS to BAC servicing co.even though there are other owners involved. Their assignments claim to assign the NOTE even though MERS is not allowed to assign notes, they send their documents to be signed by known robo-signing outfits. You will recognize their documents by the address PO Box 800 Tampa Fl, by joe on June 27, 2011 at 5:38pm”.
“Foreclosure Fraud – Guide to Looking Up Public Records for Fraud. Most Florida counties have searchable databases where you can enter the kind of documents you want to search for and the time period, then search for MERS, or Countrywide or Bank of America etc., by joe on June 27, 2011 at 5:58pm”
“Robo-signing is not even close to over,” says Curtis Hertel, the recorder of deeds in Ingham County, Mich., which includes Lansing. “It’s still an epidemic.” In Essex County, Mass., the office that handles property deeds has received almost 1,300 documents since October with the signature of “Linda Green,” but in 22 different handwriting styles and with many different titles. Linda Green worked for a company called DocX that processed mortgage paperwork and was shut down in the spring of 2010. County officials say they believe Green hasn’t worked in the industry since. Why her signature remains in use is not clear. MORE FROM THIS SOURCE..
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