Monthly Archives: July 2010

Auto Pen is being used to make all the “original Promissory notes”


THIS IS IMPORTANT. Anyone with more information on this, please send it in or post it in the comments. 2010/07/30 at 8:50 pm Forget about the notary rules. Forget about the signatures- The Electronic Recording and Delivery act (ERDS) has … Continue reading

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When ‘Bryan J. Bly’ became ‘NB,’ did he know what he was signing?


When ‘Bryan J. Bly’ became ‘NB,’ did he know what he was signing? By Susan Taylor Martin, Times Senior Correspondent In Print: Sunday, June 20, 2010 To thousands of homeowners whose loans have been shuttled from one company to another, … Continue reading

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Abandoned Detroit Skyscraper


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Detroit struggles as recession bites 08 Apr 09


Detroit struggles as recession bites 08 Apr 09

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Argentina’s Economic Collapse – Part 1 of 12


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Autopen


An autopen is a machine for the automatic signing of a signature as an autograph. The reason for employing an autopen is typically emotive, intended to form a compromise between making every signature by hand, which can take up a … Continue reading

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Yellow-dots-of-mystery on your original “Promissory Note and Mortgage”


The information here shows the manner in which a promissory note and mortgage is photocopied and presented to the court as an original, photocopies are not recognized by the UCC, the homeowner has to find a lawyer and an expert … Continue reading

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Letter from a poster


It is incredible to see just how out of touch our main stream media is. I have been researching the Mortgage predatory lending market for some time now, gathering a whole bunch of dirt on Angelo Mozilo, David Sambol, Kurland … Continue reading

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