I’m going to pop something soon, and when I do……well, tens of thousands of cases will change….

When someone signs another person’s name is that forgery?

When a notary notarizes a document knowing full well the person signing isn’t Scott Anderson is that a criminal violation of notary laws?

Should a Plaintiff be permitted to commit crimes and violate all standards of practice in court and completely ignore a Defendant’s right to a fair and just legal system and due process because….”It’s just foreclosure”?

Should courts continue to sanction lawlessness, fraud, forgery, crimes in furtherance of the bank’s efforts to take people’s homes?

Well apparently one court decided the answer was NO! and decided to actually take this kind of conduct seriously.

I encourage everyone with Scott Anderson signatures to inspect their documents and call me…..

Just watch this video for information about Ocwen and Scott Anderson

20 Response Comments

  • Capital Law Center  May 13, 2012 at 10:24 am

    Matt, You are absolutely correct in your blog. Our law firm in Jacksonville is just as angry about forgery as you are. The courts should not turn a blind eye to facts and evidence.

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    • gary  July 11, 2012 at 3:41 pm

      so am i..i am filing a criminal complaint with d.a. for the fraud and forgery brought forth in my f/c…
      if anyone has any info on…steve nagy..jo beth montoya..karri noble.ameripath to new century to deutsche bank to ocwen..with several differenrt assignments..and now the day before trial marshal c watson show up with an alleged allonge..that is rubber stamped and undated….

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  • Attorney Wendy Alison Nora  May 13, 2012 at 11:19 am

    Check your state’s criminal statutes for the exact definition of forgery and demonstrate INTENT.

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    • Matthew D. Weidner, Esq.  May 13, 2012 at 4:09 pm

      I’m going to go back and read the transcripts, but when the notary knows that Scott Anderson is not the person signing and yet they sign, “Scott Anderson personally appeared before me”….that’s a real problem…

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      • KSinCFL  May 13, 2012 at 5:36 pm

        Matt,

        Perhaps a dumb question, but what about suing these notaries and/or their bonding companies?

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      • Deanna Walters  May 20, 2012 at 6:47 pm

        Mr. Weidner, I have recently filed a complaint with the State of Florida regarding Johnna Miller, a Florida notary, who attested that Scott Anderson appeared before her when executing an assignment that was back dated 4 years earlier. Both of these individuals are/were employed by Ocwen. The assignment was to make HSBC the new beneficiary of a trust (Renaissance…)that they state owned my loan. This is impoissible as the trust closed 1/31/05 yet the assignment wasn’t recorded until Dec 2008. Of course the same day the NOT was filed on my home! I’m sure it goes without saying that none of the signatures match and the notaries response was that signatures change over time and she was unsure of any more details! If you need copies of these documents I’m more than happy to provide them to you.

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        • Marsella G  August 6, 2013 at 11:22 pm

          Hi Deanna Walters We have a similar issue..with Johnna Miller. We had a Mortgage Note with DB Landing and now HSBC gave an affidavit signed by this person and dates don’t match. HSBC said lost the original note, etc. Could you Please contact us ASAP and give us an update of your claim ..We are fighting to save our house and this will be so helpful. Thanks .

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  • Gene  May 13, 2012 at 11:58 am

    With all due respect, you do your cause and that of struggling homeowners a disservice by headlining “free house”. That house was not free. You and I know that house was fully paid for. The “other side” will pounce upon the headline and say “see, that’s what they want… a free house… where’s my free house… no way someone deserves a free house… this is what all of those fraudclosure people want…” The Chief Justice said as much in his comments last Thursday during Pino.

    You do a great job all of the time and I support your efforts on our behalf. But this headline was a mistake.

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    • Matthew D. Weidner, Esq.  May 13, 2012 at 4:08 pm

      thanks for your comments…i thought the questioning along those lines in Pino was totally inappropriate…that is just not part of the legal analysis and very disappointing that the Supreme Court would sink to what amounts to cheap shots…..the bigger issue is the fight needs to evolve….and through it all the banksters walk free…….

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    • KSinCFL  May 13, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      I cringed when I saw the headline too because the banks will only regurgitate the “free house” part, not the big picure of why they gave one away.

      I agree too – the nerve of Justice Canady. To say foreclosure defendants are merely looking for a “gotcha” is not only absurd it shows bias! We have the right to expect and DEMAND equal treatment. As taxpayers we deserve our courts be used to benefit ALL citizens, not just corporations with political contributions! The Supreme Court should be fair and absolutely impartial in upholding the law

      How dare the Florida Supreme Court suggest that unless the Bank is successful at foreclosing, a defendant hasn’t been harmed by the Bank attempting to use manufactured evidence and fraudulent means to sue! These defendants are PEOPLE and FAMILIES being put through hell! You can bet if a customer who had slipped in the Bank lobby used perjured affidavits and forged medical records to bring a personal injury claim against a Bank and got caught, they would be held accountable for committing fraud or at very least, be forced to pay the Banks attorneys fees when they took voluntary dismissal. Would the court be willing to overlook fraud just because the defendant wasn’t harmed? I doubt it. Seems to me the Supreme Court is saying its ok to bring fraudulent cases, and you can always walk away just before you get caught

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  • Robert  May 13, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    Sort of reminds me of an old proverb…Prov 21:6 “The acquisition of treasures by a lying tongue is a fleeting vapor, the pursuit of death.”

    So let it be written, so let it be done.

    Prov 21:3 To do righteousness and justice is desired by the Lord more than sacrifice.

    It’s Sunday; I can quote the Bible. Monday through Saturday I ought to try to live it. God help me.

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    • Matthew D. Weidner, Esq.  May 13, 2012 at 4:05 pm

      I appreciate your quotes, especially in response to Gene’s thoughtful critique of my post. Gene is correct, the “Free House” problem still exists, but we all need to start paying far more attention to the consequences….I’m going to do a post about the free house problems…….

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  • Wayne  May 13, 2012 at 10:05 pm

    News on the free houses obtained by banks via foreclosure fraud helps provide context.

    Thank you for your work.

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  • Irina  May 15, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    I have done an extensive research on Scott Anderson, notaries and other in the State of Florida. I will share the information with you. I did the right thing and put the court on notice of the Fraud on my case and the Judge did not care and put my house for sale, totally unfair,a true owner of a any instrument do not need to recurr to ilegal documentation to probe standing on a Court.

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    • Mary S.  May 25, 2012 at 2:40 am

      Irina – my mortgage was w/ Ocwen & Scott A’s initials are probably robo-signed (aka: forged) on my Assignment & ‘Allonge’ as well. I’m wondering about the notary (‘Leticia N. Arias’) as well as a ‘Roshni Suvarna’, who is creditied with preparation of the docs (as per info in the upper left corner of the assignment as well as the ‘Allonge’ which seems to have replaced the original Note I’d signed w/ HSBC back in 2001.) Do you have any info on either of these 2 people? Could Roshni have been a ‘robo-signer’?
      Thanks!
      Mary

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      • vicki  August 20, 2013 at 1:24 pm

        I have discovered that Letitica N Aria works for Ocwen Loan Servicing. My assignment is signed by her. Letitica is signing as MERS Assistant Secretary. (Fraud) contacted MERS inform me that Letitica N Arias DOES NOT work for MERS.
        Look in the West Palm Bch. public records and you will find her as a Ocwen employee. This is a TRADEMARK for Ocwen (2013)

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  • Irina  August 22, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    Yes, I do have extensive information on Leticia Arias and a lot more robosigners that their name has not make it to the list as of yet, but the sad part is that some of these robosigners are attorneys in florida that are signing these documents as recent as 2012.

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  • NegonYah  October 9, 2012 at 4:06 am

    Ocwen & MERS are on my list as I’m preparing a suit against them both for constructive fraud. I may also go after the notaries in these instant matters as they are public officials and should not go unscathed as they are committing out & out fraud. “˜Leticia N. Arias’ signed as notary in documents on my property whereby she says Noemi Morales (alleged vice prez of MERS)appeared before her to execute document. Now why would she go all the way from VA to FL just to have a document notarized? Thats 1 count of fraud. 2nd count is MERS has absolutely no proof of authority to from note holder to do anything in this instant matter. 3rd count, they screwed up on the dates. 4th count: Noemi doesnt exist and is not a vice pres for MERS!

    Its not about getting free houses, its about uncovering the fraud and holding these ppl accountable. Heck the bank was paid in full on the house the moment you signed the promissory note but that’s a discussion for another day :-)

    Peace & blessings

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    • albert  November 3, 2012 at 10:31 pm

      ” Noemi doesnt exist ”
      can you be more specific about this info. ? , i found my friend property has been “transferred” using this name..ocwen, bank mellon, chase. ohh this is on florida , dade county
      thanks

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