The Non-Lawyer’s Guide to Foreclosure Fraud – Part 5: More and more fraudulent acts revealed as investigations begin into Foreclosure Fraud

| September 8, 2011

Here, the fifth in a series of posts explaining the hows and whys of ForeclosureGate and the Florida Home Loan Fraud crisis:  more and more fraudulent acts are discovered as investigations begin into widespread mortgage fraud. As discussed in Part 4 of this series, the widespread use of the name “Linda Green” in various ForeclosureFraud […]

The Non-Lawyer’s Guide to Foreclosure Fraud – Part 4: Examples of the Frauds Including the Story of the Now Infamous Linda Green

| September 1, 2011

Here, the fourth in a series of posts explaining the hows and whys of ForeclosureGate and the Florida Home Loan Fraud crisis:  blatant acts of fraud are performed by lenders, lawyers, and others who should know better. As the number of homeowners defaulting on their mortgages continued to rise, a parallel increase in chaos was […]

The Non-Lawyer’s Guide to Foreclosure Fraud – Part 3: Enter the Robo-Signers

| August 25, 2011

This is the third post in a series of posts explaining the hows and whys of ForeclosureGate and the Florida Home Loan Fraud crisis:  In a rush to get paperwork filed to foreclose on defaulted mortgages, lenders cut corners and ignored the law, sometimes intentionally. Problems with the Assignment of Mortgage, the legal document that […]

The Non-Lawyer’s Guide to Foreclosure Fraud – Part 2: Things Get Lost – Lenders Lose Key Documents in Gleeful Days of Making More and More Money

| August 16, 2011

Here, the second in a series of posts explaining the hows and whys of ForeclosureGate and the Florida Home Loan Fraud crisis: Part 2. Things Get Lost: Lenders Lose Key Documents in Gleeful Days of Making More and More Money Now that banks had discovered that they could not only make money on the interest […]

The Non-Lawyer’s Guide to Foreclosure Fraud – Part 1: How It All Began, Remembering Traditional Mortgage Practices

| August 9, 2011

Here, the first in a series of posts explaining the hows and whys of ForeclosureGate and the Florida Home Loan Fraud crisis: Part 1.  How It All Began, Remembering Traditional Mortgage Practices and that First Smell of More Profit Long before ForeclosureGate, when the economy was running smoothly and banks were not operating outside the […]

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