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Friday, February 18, 2011

More Accused Robo Signers

Lisa Markham signs for Deutsche Bank and for CitiMortgage and CR Title


Pite Duncan the California equal of David Stern in FL

STEVEN J. BAUM &
FEIN, SUCH & CRANE NY NJ David Stern

Treva Moreland

Pam January

Tishana S. Gibbs

G. Soberanis for Deutsch bank National Trust and Carrington Mortgage

Cecelia Knox Josh Lade Topako Love Reginald Lynch Greg Lyons Nathan Miller Bill …

http://www.scribd.com/doc/35783291/Other-Court-Sample-Doc-s-Topaka-MERS-Employee

eileen j gonzales where can i send them vp of first franklin vp of mers

Angelica Alanis and Gloria E Coleman-Benson. Alanis signed for Mers and Gloria was the notary. We have traced Alanis to a Household

Jeannette Love-Hadden, Anne Neely and just an FYI my assignment was signed by Kevin Prieshoff Assistant secretary for MERS. Please refer to the Shelli Hill deposition who confirms that he is an employee of the foreclosing law firm Lerner Sampson and Rothfuss. Also the notary was Karen James confirmed as an employee as well.

Pamela K Troxell

Chamagne Williams

cardless dixon – lisa gerard – jerrie moton – rashonda lynn turner – kimley godfrey – carolyn mcleod – van johnson – beverly clark

MARCIA MORGAN OR RICHARD E. PRICE

RACHEL WARMACK

http://mylandrecords.appspot.com/pdf/ma017-22964-295/axbsdrW33HB/certificate.pdf?actual=1292689034

SYLWIA DRAPALSKI

3 comments:

  1. Here is a bit more about Lisa Markham if anyone wants to run with it... the first link is a pdf, the second is an audio file disclosing Lisa Markham's ACTUAL title at Citi.

    http://www.filedropper.com/scentofarobosigner_1
    http://www.filedropper.com/lisamarkhamposition

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  2. http://lisamarkham-robosigner.com/

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  3. Lately a big news on banks' bad foreclosure practice has brought a lot of national attention. Now many banks are accused of having used robot signers to sign thousands of foreclosure documents a day. You would think those complicated foreclosure documents should have been reviewed carefully and signed by qualified professional foreclosure specialists. But in reality, with the documents keeping piling up in a rate that has not been seen before, banks just don't have enough resource to keep up during this real estate market meltdown.

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