EDITOR’S NOTE: I have in my possession a copy of an actual letter, an actual computer printout, and an actual fabricated assignment prepared by the foreclosure mill for signature by Bank of America. The foreclosure mill acknowledges the referral of the case for foreclosure and states that it did not include the necessary documentation — so they did it themselves. In my opinion the letter and its content clearly shows complicity by the law firm and Bank of America in creating a document for which they had no authority to create or sign.
The Grantor under the assignment sent to BOA for signature was US Bank as Trustee for JP Morgan Acquisition Trust. THE ASSIGNMENT “DRAFTED” BY MILLSAP IS ALREADY SIGNED. THE SIGNATURE IS “BY SERVICER, BAC” AND SIGNED BY THOMAS E PECESH, AVP OF BAC. THE NOTARY SEAL SAYS “LAWRENCE COUNTY, (PA)” WHILE THE NOTARIZATION CLAUSE STATES IT WAS IN ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. MILLSAP IS LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. THE LETTER AND “DRAFT” WERE SENT FROM MILLSAP AND INTENDED FOR BOA. Therefore when the letter was sent it did not contain a “draft” it contained a signed (forged, fabricated) assignment with coded instructions for BOA to supplement their files with the new document all nicely signed, sealed and delivered in ST. Louis with a Pennsylvania Notary and a supposed Pennsylvania signor, who supposedly is AVP of BAC, all on behalf of US Bank who obviously wasn’t even in the loop.
This is not conspiracy THEORY.
Here is the actual letter contents cut and pasted —-
We received in our office the above-referenced file for the purpose of foreclosure. The referral did not include the necessary Assignment of Deed of Trust. Our office has drafted the missing
Assignment of Deed of Trust. Our office cannot proceed further without a complete chain of assignments. If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact our office.
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