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THE OCC IS NOT YOUR FRIEND!

(BREAKING NEWS – OP-ED) — The author of this post shares this vital information with the intent that it be acted upon by all homeowners immediately!  The information being shared is the “breaking news” and the author’s comments about it reflect the op-ed portion … all for your educational purview and not legal advice! This should raise alarms to all who have a mortgage or deed of trust on their property anywhere in the United States … it is pertinent information that could be “dangerous to your wallet” AND your future! 

TALK ABOUT THE BIG BU-FU ON ALL MORTGAGORS/TRUSTORS!  OMG! 

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — It’s bureaucratic creep at its finest folks!  The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is using the COVID-19 and the civil unrest and political infighting to sneak in a proposed rule … wait’ll you see it in detail (HERE): nr-occ-2020-97a 

PLEASE SAVE THE FOREGOING TO YOUR DESKTOP AND READ ITS 20 PAGES CAREFULLY! 

Here’s the synopsis of what it says …

Hat tip to Living Lies Blog for the info!

This is one more reason to avoid entering into MERS-originated mortgages and deeds of trust! 

Using the “true lender” crap that the OCC is trying to promulgate, this is just another way to play “cloak and dagger” with the named “Lender” on any originating loan paperwork (mortgage or deed of trust).  It’s bad enough that when securitization started (after Slick Willie signed off on the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) post-1999, the Glass-Steagall Act was repealed, which allowed banks to play around in the secondary securities and mortgage markets … it’s quite another that NOW, the federal agency that oversees the banks is opting to change the meaning of “Lender” to anyone who wants to draft up a bogus assignment (which has been going on now for over two decades) and record it in the land records and take a homeowner to court, legally get away with lying to a judge that it’s the Real McCoy (as to where the money that funded the borrower’s loan came from) and steal more American homes “hook or by crook”.

FORCED RE-FINANCING! 

If this definition becomes the law of the land, it will force borrowers to re-finance their properties to get away from these securitized portfolios.  But it doesn’t stop there.

How do you know that the securitized trust or any “true lender” named in any legal document is the real party in interest with the right to enforce a note that may have been lost or stolen.  Any “true lender” can dig up MERS-originated loans floating around in the MERS System® that haven’t been acted upon and foreclose on them (because no one else is doing it) and get away with it before anyone is the wiser!

One shred of opportunity exists here, especially if you’ve been able to keep making your payments on your home(s) … and the author posits this with caveats (as to what this author would do in the event he were to find himself in your predicament):

  1. Go to a credit union or bank that is NOT a member or subscriber of the MERS System® and refinance the existing mortgage and get it away from and out of the securitization process.
  2. Once the “satisfaction” or “deed of reconveyance” has been recorded in the courthouse, get one office copy and one certified copy and challenge it through a C & E action (cancellation and expungement action); and
  3. Take the certified copy to the nearest law enforcement agency and get a case number to put into the pleadings of the C & E, identifying the fact that a felony has been committed in the land records and you want it investigated and prosecuted.

If a judge has become aware that a criminal complaint has been filed with local law enforcement, how then can he or she act to cancel and expunge the document without granting discovery to determine if a false statement was recorded in the land records, which in turn screwed up your chain of title?

How can a judge aid and abet a felony without themselves being the target of 18 USC 4?

How do you know your identity wasn’t stolen as part of the assignment of your current mortgage loan?

If a “true lender” orders the mortgage loan servicer to “create” (manufacture) an assignment out of thin air and causes it to be recorded in the public record, what method will you use to challenge false and misrepresentative statements contained within that document?

NO MORE GOING INTO COURT AND WAVING THE DAMNED ASSIGNMENT AROUND, CALLING IT A FRAUDULENT DOCUMENT! 

You need proof that the statements contained within the document were false!  Being named within the assignment as the “true lender” doesn’t change the fact that the information may still be false and misrepresentative, which constitutes a felony in damned near all 50 states.  No judge will listen to you unless you have your facts straight and take the emotion out of your argument!   Here’s where you have to either: (a.) put your thinking cap on; or (b.) move out of your home and live in a tent city.

This author is sure most of you reading this blog are of the mindset to fight. See another option below.

This is another reason why Al West further developed the Cancellation and Expungement Action as a means of squaring up with the Lender.  Now imagine having a mortgage loan servicer’s employees have to answer discovery (or even better yet, a deposition) as to what authority that they possessed at the time they executed a release of the lien on the previously-securitized loan, when in fact, they don’t really represent “the true lender”?   If the OCC gets away with this rule change, any lender will come into court, claim they are the “true lender”, with no further proof needed.  The only way you’re possibly going to be able to get a legal conclusion is to attack the phony paperwork recorded in the public record.

The powers-that-be will inevitably come up with some reasoning (probably this fall, 2020) for you to refinance your loan.  Mortgage loan officers will be lining up to make those commissions so if you’re going to do this the right way, why allow them to securitize your paper?

ANOTHER OPTION

OPTION #1: If you do not have the money to do a C & E action, the next concern would be what to do in the alternative:

  1. Call your congressperson and complain about this proposed rule and tell them to squash it like a bug!
  2. Tell your congressperson you know about the true cause and effects of the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act and tell them you want them to reinstate it!

OPTION #2: If you have any kind of equity in your home, sizable enough to downsize, THIS is the time to do it!

  1. Like the Steve Miller Band song goes, “Take the money and run!”   Get away from the major cities and move to safer, kindler more gentler communities where gun-toting, 2nd Amendment advocates live that believe in the Constitutional freedoms we all know and love … because
  2. In November, an uncertain political climate may overtake America, rife with voter fraud, claims of voter fraud, demands for recounts and more violence (if your guy doesn’t get elected).

We cannot live in uncertainty.  Uncertainty doesn’t pay the bills.  Living high on the hog when you can plainly see that your options may be dwindling would not be frugal.  Using your equity to “get out of the rat race” created by the “oppressed” who will become the “oppressors” is the only way to secure a safe future for you and your family (unless in the alternative, you like firefights).

The real estate market in many communities is demonstrating that it’s a “sellers’ market”.  THIS is the time to cash out on your equity and downsize to more affordable housing.  In the area this author is in, the average listing sells in less than 60 days (if your home is priced right and market conditions dictate you can actually take equity out as a means of re-inventing yourself).

OPTION #3: PLAN B

Do you have one?

Here’s another thought … if you aren’t sick … why go to a COVID-19 testing center and have them stick a foreign antibody from a test kit up your nose?

This is another excuse to drive the scare into the public to blame someone for the virus.  Blame the Chinese Communist Party.  They did a great job in covering up the spread of something they themselves had a hand in creating.  Further, blame the National Institutes of Health and the Obama Administration for giving the Wuhan Lab 3.7-million dollars to “create” a virus out of existing viruses that contain HIV (the key component in AIDS) and malaria.  See the following post:

Nobel Laureate Calls COVID-19 Manmade

Don’t say we didn’t warn you that the “science” of this whole thing was going to come back to bite certain advocates of the vaccine in the ass.

Share this with your friends and tell them to reach out to Congress to STOP this madness by the OCC! 

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STRIKE TWO AGAINST OCWEN’S “QUALIFIED WITNESS”; SAY ALOHA OCWEN!

BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED … 

(Honolulu, HI) — For those of you looking for ammunition against Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits (REMICs) and the servicers and subservicers who screw homeowners on their behalf, a new case out of Hawaii has surfaced that should put more securitization and civil procedure into greater detail, courtesy of foreclosure defense attorney Gary Victor Dubin.  You can download the .pdf of the Hawaii Supreme Court ruling here:

US Bank NA v Mattos, Sup Ct HI No SCWC-14-0001134 (Jun 6, 2017)

For those of you battling against U.S. Bank, NA as a Trustee of a REMIC, you should know that U.S. Bank has admitted in a 4-page brochure that they do NOT know when a Borrower is in default:

US Bank Brochure – Role of the Corporate Trustee

Further, U. S. Bank (in the same brochure) admits that the Borrower is in fact a part of the securitization chain!

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, long before the Glass-Stegall Act was repealed in 1999, issued a Comptroller’s Handbook on Asset Securitization that also stated the Borrower was a party to the securitization chain (see Page 8 of 92), contemplating in advance of how the chain actually was supposed to work:

OCC Asset Securitization Handbook

Ocwen, as you may recall, admitted to the United States Government (via 6 different federal agencies) in writing that when Borrowers don’t make their payments (to the REMIC), Ocwen, as servicer through the Sales and Servicing Agreement, makes their payment for them, in an article I just posted, see page 2 (bottom) and 3 (top) of  EXHIBIT 29

The Hawaii Supreme Court reversed an appellate court ruling, which upheld the district court’s ruling that U.S. Bank, as Trustee of a REMIC, had the right to foreclose on a property belonging to a Hawaii property owner, which other courts across the land have dared to lightly tread upon these same similar issues. Sadly, borrowers seldom ever follow through on getting to the nation’s highest courts (the state Supreme Courts) to achieve finality.

I beg of you to read Gary Dubin’s case, because part of the equation in securitization failure has been examined and ruled upon by a state Supreme Court (Hawaii).  I am singularly surprised that other state’s haven’t made the same glaring rulings finitely (Florida’s 4th DCA is close, but NOT THIS CIGAR!).

This case is a rarity that should be examined in more detail because the Pooling and Servicing Agreement (“PSA”) was included in the attack.  What’s worse, Ocwen’s “Contract” witness, who tendered an affidavit claiming he was a “know-it-all” about Ocwen’s business records (which 20 states and the District of Columbia are calling a sham), which did nothing for U.S. Bank because U.S. Bank’s attorneys couldn’t prove the relationship between Ocwen and U.S. Bank.

I was truly shocked about the part of robo-signing, which in fact was mentioned in the ruling.  No one has yet to challenge this act as part of a civil conspiracy (yet); however, this is to come.  I am not going to go into detail for you here, because I know many of you out there like to do your own research into the elements of civil conspiracy in your respective states, as in a Google search, “What constitutes the elements of civil conspiracy in _____ (insert your state here)____?” and see what pops up.  The burden of proof is much lower than RICO and easier to prove by attacking the signers, witnesses and notary involved in the assignment.

Oh, darn! This involves spending money doing depositions, huh? Shit!  And here you thought you were going to get a “free house”!  I don’t know where the bank’s attorneys get off making these snide remarks about homeowners wanting a free house, because they don’t even know what the homeowners are thinking.

The Trustee hasn’t paid a nickel to the investors that it can document; however, EXHIBIT 29 clearly identifies WHO pays the investors.  So, taking this to its logical conclusion: If the investors are getting paid, then how can the Trustee, on behalf of the investors, claim the investors have been harmed or prejudiced because the securitization chain failed?  I have no contract with the servicer, do I?  My contract is the Mortgage and Note. Those contracts are with the Lender.  When the Lender goes belly up, as history has shown us, the mortgage servicers use the MERS® System to “keep the lie going” by giving unproven authority to thousands of writer’s cramped individuals who execute assignments in its name, being told by third-party document mill executives that it’s perfectly legal to do what they’re doing.

This is why the entire banking underbelly is corrupt and illegal as hell.

The securitization chain failed because the parties to the trust DID NOT follow the REMIC’s own governing regulations, not because the investors weren’t getting their payments!  When push came to shove, Ocwen and other third-party butt plugs had to gum up the chain of title with what I consider falsified documents, Assignments of Mortgages and Assignments of Deeds of Trust.  That is my new term for document mill robo-signers who have no knowledge of the facts contained in an assignment they’re claiming they have knowledge of! To even proffer this … and then brag about it like NTC does (the McDonald’s of robo-signing, “over 16-million served”, referring to the number of documents this third-party document mill says it’s recorded as a means to “clear title”) … should have put this entity, its directors and employees, in prison.  However, since the banks have virtually paid off the state legislators and executive enforcement arms … no one has gone to prison, yet.

A Court Case Full of Surprises! 

I am glowing about the securitization/forensic analysis included as a mention in this Hawaii case as a means to educate a judge … and nothing more.  Most judges can’t wrap their heads around this kind of testimony because they are only thinking about their retirement accounts and how those accounts might be affected if they rule against the bank.  Unfortunately, what they DON’T GET … it that the entire 424(b)(5) prospectus is in play here, NOT just the PSA portion of it!  Let’s take a look, shall we?

SEC Info – Mortgage Asset Securitization Transactions Inc – ‘424B5_ on 1:14:05 re: Mastr Alternative

There are 357 pages in the Prospectus attached above.  Yes, the WHOLE enchilada!  Why just pick out the PSA?  That’s like eating the peas and leaving the steak! It doesn’t contain ALL of the information now, does it?  This is the Prospectus for the foregoing Hawaii case! 

Look at the portion of the Prospectus that talks about the PSA.  If you look under the TABLE OF CONTENTS, the Pooling and Servicing Agreement is found beginning at Page S-95.  However, the cut-off and closing dates that are related to the issues expressed within the Pooling and Servicing Agreement are found OUTSIDE OF the section on the PSA, at Page S-5, 90 pages away from the PSA!  The Prospectus of this REMIC (and any REMIC for that matter) is the entire “sales pitch” of the REMIC!  It’s the entire set of governing relations for the REMIC!  Why then are we just focusing on the PSA when the entire 424(b)(5) Prospectus has all the rest of the nuggets that make the PSA make sense?   Because judges are lazy and don’t want to read 357 pages of this stuff.  If judges figured this out, there wouldn’t be one retirement plan vested in RMBS’s and CMBS’s!

This is the end result of what the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act has caused.  This is the lazy man’s excuse for not wanting to read (texting is more funner, sic).  This is why Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s reintroduction of the Act cannot go unsupported.  The people need relief here.

Text – S.881 – 115th Congress (2017-2018): 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act of 2017 | Congress.gov |

I have talked about securitization failure systematically on this blog prior to the mass deletion of what came before this set of recently-posted articles.  It would make no sense to educate a judge that thinks his retirement account will fail if he rules against a bank.  This is why I have always told consumers involved in foreclosure litigation to “background their judge” (hire a private investigator if you have to, to dig up the judge’s nasty little political secrets)!

What has happened since the Glass-Steagall Act was repealed has turned into an all-out war involving servicer fraud and this case is a clear example of it.  I seriously doubt that U.S. Bank was really involved in this case (more like Ocwen).  If the attorneys for the bank were actually forced to admit WHICH aggrieved party they were representing in this case, they probably couldn’t tell you.  My guess is, Ocwen retained them because Ocwen wants to steal your house to reimburse itself for all those pesky servicing fees it racked up paying the REMICs off!  This is how Ocwen wants to get rich off America … and it uses Altisource and REALServicing (more-than-arm’s-length devices) to pull it off!  Any time that you see “corporate layering”, you are going to have to dig deep like many of the readers of this blog do … and pull up the serious stuff that matters.

We have to be smarter than the banks if we want to win.  Unlike the banks, we have to expose the truth!

This is my truth: OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION

 

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