Foreclosure Defense Florida

An Important New Tool In The Foreclosure Fraud Toolbox!

Here is the website for this exciting new product, the Planon Handheld Document Scanner. It’s important for everyone involved in the foreclosure fraud fight to help us all document the fraud, make good records and get those records out there.

Planon Handheld Document Scanner

As members of the Bar, we all have an ethical responsibility to assist the judges and bring issues of fraud, particularly document fraud to their attention.

Having a tool such as this is a very important tool to keep in your toolbox.   Go out there make copies and…

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2 Comments

  • ForeclosureHamlet says:

    On 6/9/2010 at 4:30pm, Mark Cain (561-355-6109), supervisor of the file room in the 15th Judicial Circuit informed me that I am to cease and desist all scanning activity. I was given two options: pay the $1/page copying fee and then scan the copied document or arrange to pay the hourly wage of one of their file clerks to directly observe my scanning activities.

    Sampling of documents: https://www.foreclosurehamlet.org/profiles/blogs/documents-of-interest?xg_source=activity

    Lisa
    ForeclosureHamlet.org

  • ForeclosureHamlet says:

    The most annoying part of that cease and desist order is that the excuse given to me was that the fees were necessary to keep the court running.

    I’ve been emailing the chief judge for months regarding the lack of FL Supreme Court verifications and the revenue opportunity that exists if across the board dismissals were instituted followed by a requirement to refile and remit a new filing fee (up to $1,900 each). That’s a heck of a lot more revenue than the supposed $1/page scanning requirement!

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