Why Robo Signing Matters-DDW Client Carla Duncan still pursued under Robo-signed Assignment

Today’s New York Times reports, the Federal Reserve is getting ready to fine non-participants in the recent Attorneys General Settlement for fraudulent foreclosure practices, including offenses involving Robo-signing.  The story features a client of our firm, Carla Duncan, who is still challenging a robo-signed document filed in a 2010 Foreclosure Case in Cuyahoga County Ohio.  In her case, a robo-signer purports to assign a mortgage from Indymac 9 months after Indymac went out of business.

This story and our experience representing Carla and other clients underscores the importance of verifying every link in the endorsement of note or assignment of mortgages in foreclosure cases.

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One comment on “Why Robo Signing Matters-DDW Client Carla Duncan still pursued under Robo-signed Assignment
  1. Darla Buckland says:

    We have been fighting a wrongful foreclosure (my Mother and I) that started with Wells Fargo transferring it to Washington Mutual, Since 2009 , It is currently in The Supreme Court , regarding standing issues. It is LS&R. Local Court and 12th district Court only mention the fact My Mother was not in default. LS&R are out of Control, I applaud you and this County for standing up to them.

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