Caught red-handed!

TXWilly

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But I was told these wouldnot hold in court as the judge's/court's main concern is the borrower is in default. Please tell me otherwise.
 

kraftykrab

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It's amazing how things are so different for foreclosure suits....they really are not that different when compared to your basic debt collection lawsuit, generally speaking of course. They really should not be that different IMO, thats the problem I see. When a debt collector sues you for, say, a credit card debt, you can acknowledge that you once had an account with the original creditor but question the plaintiff's right to bring the suit based upon making them prove assignment or ownership. Lots of people get cases dismissed against them in this way....but insert the word "mortgage" in there and all of a sudden the courts do not even care who has the legal right and who doesnt....
 

Royal Delta

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What's interesting is that one of the women in the email - the one who is in the "To" line who's asked to forge the note "or we don't get anything!" - is a "document specialist" for Nationstar, according to Linkedin. So that's what they're calling people who forge documents today, "document specialists?" I wonder how many "document specialists" Nationstar, Ocwen, etc. employ?