SEC Filings on securitized debt and mortgages

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41 Responses

  1. SEE WHAT THIS PERSON IS DOING TO EXPOSE THE INVESTMENT SCAM!!

  2. FATAL BREAKS IN THE CHAIN!!

    this is a new class certification re: Wells Fargo serving as trustee of the Carrington Mortgage Loan Trust Series 2006-NC3. All loans originated by New Century Mortgage.

  3. It is really a nice and helpful piece of information.
    I’m happy that you just shared this useful information with us. Please stay us informed like this. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. wachovia list all their securitized loan prospectus on their own website under the investor tabs.. car loans 2nd mortgage and cc debt.

  6. Now that all crimes have been accomplished, and everything has been plundered by the corrupt banking criminals, and that it is too late for the 99.9% to take any action, Attorneys General (CLOWNS) supposedly back securitization of mortgage loans by merely 5% of the entire mortgage amount, as opposed to its current 0%, see below: http://www.sec.gov/comments/df-title-ix/asset-backed-securities/assetbackedsecurities-40.pdf And while, fraudsters like title industry, real estate, and others, are against even putting up 5%, and are pushing to dump all the fraudulently foreclosed houses as he prime target or their ongoing plunders they confess:
    “In
 other
 words,
 the 
important 
goal 
of
 clearing
 historically
 high
 foreclosure 
inventory
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a
 necessary 
condition 
for
 a
 stabilized 
housing
 market
–will
 be 
undermined.” As you find in this link: http://www.sec.gov/comments/df-title-ix/asset-backed-securities/assetbackedsecurities-36.pdf While fraudsters Morgan, etal. boast of having counterfeited all securitization at 6 cents to the $$: “In 2009 and earlier, for every $100 of securitization, only $0.06 dollars of capital (i.e. 6 cents) is required, since dealers could theoretically sell all but the IOs and residuals, for instance.” As you find in the following link: http://www.zigasassociates.com/Text/JPMorgan_analysis.pdf
    Morgan also calls: “Credit Demand: The raw materials for securitization”. “A key challenge for securitization going forward will be finding the raw materials, credit, to produce the securitizations.” The above quote means that the ILLECIT CREDIT made out of the 6 theoretical cents to the dollar must not take place and that 0% basis should continue. The 6 cents/$1 was a misstatement because with the six trillions of “fraudulently securitized” real estate these fraudsters created over 600 trillions of counterfeit derivatives and sold it around the world (as INVESTMENTS), now collapsing other countries’ economies, in addition to destroying USA. This 600+ trillion was publicly announced by Senator Dodd on the Senate floor on 7/15/2010, upon announcement of what I call “WORLD FINANCIAL DESTRUCTION DECOY BILL”.

  7. Please, Help me I need your legal advice before filing an amended complaint. The 5 defendants including but not limited to is MERS. MERS and both of the lwa firms that are aslo being sued in this case has NERVER lost a case here in Minnesota. My Attorney and I need your help. The case is to be heard in next month. The case has RICO implications and wire/mail fraud and many other acts of fraud. We currently have a “TRO” and TIJ as well. I need a jury to hear this case-I know it.

  8. Do you still perform the SEC audits? If so, what is your non-subscription fee, what all do you need, and how long do you need if I can overnight you whatever is needed?

    Also, do you have any attorney references in the Maryland-Virginia area who “get it”. I am interviewing for one to aggressively stick the Proof of Standing requirement to the lenders before commencement of court action and I am not impressed with those I have interviewed….anyone you know who might know someone out here?

    Respectfully,

    Jamie

  9. That’s the SHAWSHANK Redemption. Mark it on your calendar.

  10. Abby- I can’t believe that she was named to that position- next thing you know, we’ll have the former head of Lehman’s Aurora Loan Servicing running Freddie Mac! What…. you mean he…. he’s been running Freddie Mac for over 3 years? What the… what will those wild and crazy GSE’s think of next? Of all things!

  11. The SEC named Eileen Rominger its director of investment management. She had been Goldman’s global chief investment officer.”

    Will the goofiness never end!!

    What next? Will the SEC retain Bernie Madoff as an expert witness?

  12. Strawman Redemption was is this?

  13. how can you find the note holder we had equifirst as lender.

  14. how can i find out who owns our note,equifirst was the lender and select portfolo is the servicer.

  15. how can i find out who owns our note,equifirst was the lender and select portfolio servicing is the servicer we had them for 12 years one nonth after equifirst gave us to sps aka fairbanks,equi credit took over the loan and kept us in forclosure for 11 years.

  16. Please contact me at 786-318-4013, I am interested in SEC filing as soon as possible on my 4 Notes

  17. Michael,
    Great idea. There is a slight problem. Name me a law firm big enough to sue all actors who conned judges into void judgments. If there is, Goldman, HSBC (Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation), Regions Financial and other nationalized intermediaries will pay them off and we could be worse off.

    There is only one way: Only Neil would know who we can trust and who has the skills and guts to take on collectivist crimes against the economy. Let’s hope that he reads this and hires a business manager to run a project potentially more lucrative than the intermediaries’ scams!

    Talking about turning the tables!

    Any input from anyone?

  18. Great work your doing, flood the Courts, Flood the Courts, Flood the Courts! Did I mention Flood The Courts. You know if everyone who was in Default would put up $100. a month we could create our own defense, buy or start a Law Firm! were doing all the research, lets buy a Law Firm.

  19. Hi Neil,

    Can you list Regions Bank here as well?

    We found out that they securitized loans through several Delaware “Trusts”:

    One example: http://www.secinfo.com/dsVsf.u3Sq.d.htm

    Regions Bank received $3.5 bill in TARP funds through Regions Financial Corporation and should be in the same limelight – and for the same reason – as Goldman, BoA etc.

    Many thanks!!!

    Text from SEC filing above:

    Quote:
    Goldman, Sachs & Co.,
    As representative of the Several Underwriters,
    85 Broad Street,
    New York, New York 10004.
    Ladies and Gentlemen:
              Regions Financing Trust II, a statutory trust created under the laws of the State of Delaware (the “Trust”), and Regions Financial Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the “Guarantor”), as depositor of the Trust and as Guarantor under the Guarantee referred to herein, propose, subject to the terms and conditions stated herein, to sell to the underwriters named in Schedule I (the “Underwriters”), for which Goldman, Sachs & Co. is acting as the representative (the “Representative”), 700,000 of the Trust’s 6.625% Trust Preferred Securities, liquidation amount $1,000 per security, referred to in Schedule II (the “Trust Preferred Securities”). The proceeds of the sale of the Trust Preferred Securities and of the common securities of the Trust (the “Trust Common Securities”) to be sold by the Trust to the Guarantor are to be invested in $700,010,000 principal amount of the Guarantor’s 6.625% Junior Subordinated Notes due 2077 (the “Junior Subordinated Notes”), to be issued pursuant to the Junior Subordinated Indenture between the Guarantor and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (the “Indenture Trustee,” and such Junior Subordinated Indenture, the “Base Indenture”), as amended and supplemented by a second supplemental indenture between the Guarantor and the Indenture Trustee (the “Supplemental Indenture” and, together with the Base Indenture, the “Indenture”), each to be entered into at or before the Closing Date.
              Capitalized terms used herein and not otherwise defined but that are defined in the Declaration of Trust (as defined in Section 1(A)(g)) have the meanings specified in the Declaration of Trust.
    Unquote

  20. Neil,

    Could you please list Regions Bank here as well?
    We found out that they securitized loans through several Delaware “Trusts”:
    Example: http://www.secinfo.com/dsVsf.u3Sq.d.htm

    Regions Bank received $3.5 bill in TARP funds through Regions Financial Corporation and should be in the same limelight as Goldman, BoA etc
    Thanks!!!!
    ————————————————————————-

    Text from above SEC filing:

    Goldman, Sachs & Co.,
    As representative of the Several Underwriters,
    85 Broad Street,
    New York, New York 10004.
    Ladies and Gentlemen:
    Regions Financing Trust II, a statutory trust created under the laws of the State of Delaware (the “Trust”), and Regions Financial Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the “Guarantor”), as depositor of the Trust and as Guarantor under the Guarantee referred to herein, propose, subject to the terms and conditions stated herein, to sell to the underwriters named in Schedule I (the “Underwriters”), for which Goldman, Sachs & Co. is acting as the representative (the “Representative”), 700,000 of the Trust’s 6.625% Trust Preferred Securities, liquidation amount $1,000 per security, referred to in Schedule II (the “Trust Preferred Securities”). The proceeds of the sale of the Trust Preferred Securities and of the common securities of the Trust (the “Trust Common Securities”) to be sold by the Trust to the Guarantor are to be invested in $700,010,000 principal amount of the Guarantor’s 6.625% Junior Subordinated Notes due 2077 (the “Junior Subordinated Notes”), to be issued pursuant to the Junior Subordinated Indenture between the Guarantor and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (the “Indenture Trustee,” and such Junior Subordinated Indenture, the “Base Indenture”), as amended and supplemented by a second supplemental indenture between the Guarantor and the Indenture Trustee (the “Supplemental Indenture” and, together with the Base Indenture, the “Indenture”), each to be entered into at or before the Closing Date.
    Capitalized terms used herein and not otherwise defined but that are defined in the Declaration of Trust (as defined in Section 1(A)(g)) have the meanings specified in the Declaration of Trust.
    Unquote

  21. Christine,

    Not sure which state you are in but if you visit Mr. Weidner’s blog, there is documented proof of fabricated assignments which were filed by attorneys. If I were you, I would gather all this evidence together into a package to present to the judge to show that just because an attorney says something does not mean the attorney is to be beleived. The foreclosure mill law firms employ unprincipled and unethical attorneys, unfortunately. Mr. Weidner’s weblog also has the transcript of a recent hearing wherein the judge slams the foreclosure mill attorney. Use this as well.

    Also, visit 4closurefraud.org for copies of depositions of the “robo signers.”

    Judges need to be educated that there is rampant fraud on the court being perpetuated by foreclosure mill attorneys. Once a upon a time, attorneys would never dare lie or file a fabricated/fraudulent document in court. These days, attorneys do just that. I was recently invovled in an international case where a very well known attorney (think Erin Brokovich) filed a document in court purporting it be something that it was not. This attorney is withn a hair’s breath of losing his license, but it took a few years of litigation to bring the fraud out.

  22. To Christine Skiba- sorry you had to hear the judge say those words, in light of everything going on in this gigantic fraud scheme. One of the easiest items you can check is the verification of any and all notaries on your assignments of mortgage (county courthouse has them). Lookup the NJ Secretary of State, they should have an online database, type in the notary’s name and county, and see what comes up. If the notarization is fraudulent, then the recorded document is invalid, or void. Or voidable. Hope this helps.

  23. Also Christine, be sure to join in on the Class Action Lawsuit against Wells Fargo at http://www.hbsslaw.com/TARPhomeloans and share your story with them.

  24. Uh, as a side note…I’d say that Judge needs to educated on securitization, has a husband that is a banker and/or has possibly been paid off. Sickening… Hopefully, someone here has a suggestion for you.

  25. To: Matt Weidner,

    A few days ago I was granted audience to a judge for a decision on my Motion To Dismiss the foreclosure judgement that Wells Fargo NA under the care of their attorneys filed against me.
    I demanded they produce the original note; show chain of title and a complete accounting.
    In short, the judge pooh poohed the whole thing. She refused (Judge Deann Wilson, morristown, nj) to even ask the lawyer for the original note. She said that since he was a lawyer his word was good enough for her.
    What say you of this?

    Christine

  26. Does anyone know what a Form 15 Notice of Suspension of Duty to File Reports means? It’s a Certification and Notice of Termination of Registration under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or Suspension of Duty to file Reports under Section 13 and 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

    The rule is 15(d)-6

    Less than 300 holders

    It has a several classes of securities covered by this form.

    I have looked high and low and I just can’t figure out exactly what this means.

    Does anyone know?

    Thanks!

  27. does anyone know an attorney in Hawaii that is knowledgable and can present a case in a simplified fasion against Onewest Bank?

  28. I need to access the list of Atty”s. that get it in Georgia.

    Please if you gave the link I need it desperately.

    Thank you,

    Paul from Atlanta

  29. It’s surprising to me how few foreclosure defense lawyers are utilizing this information I’ve found on this site.

  30. Can some tell me how I can find information about my loan?
    I got it in 2004. Wells fargo told me to go to sec.gov/edgar, but it does not allow me to view anything.
    I would greatly appreciate if you could point me in the right direction.
    Thank you,

  31. I do not see Bank of America in the list of banks, did they sell the mortgages they wrote? Can we force them to provide the original note and if they can not can we have our properties cleared of the mortgages?

    Thanks, Herb

  32. Still can’t find my loan listed anywhere in the filings. If the trust was closed on or around 3/26/2006, (15-15d filed) how do I find out what CWALT Alt. Trust 2005-j12 became? Also I found this as part of the above 8K filing:
    CWALT, Inc., as Depositor
    Principal in respect of this Certificate is distributable monthly as set forth herein. Accordingly, the Certificate Balance at any time may be less than the Certificate Balance as set forth herein. This Certificate does not evidence an obligation of, or an interest in, and is not guaranteed by the Depositor, the Sellers, the Master Servicer or the Trustee referred to below or any of their respective affiliates. Neither this Certificate nor the
    Mortgage Loans are guaranteed or insured by any governmental agency or instrumentality.

    This certifies that ____________ is the registered owner of the Percentage Interest evidenced by this Certificate (obtained by dividing the denomination of this Certificate by the aggregate Initial Certificate Balance of all Certificates of the Class to which this Certificate belongs) in certain monthly distributions with respect to a Trust Fund consisting primarily of the
    Mortgage

    As you can see, it says that the depositor, sellers, master servicer and TRUSTEE do not hold any INTEREST IN the certificate (correct?) My foreclosure notice named BONY as the Current Holder of Evidence of Debt as trustee for the certificate holders.

    Any thoughts?

  33. My foreclosure notice lists BONY as the trustee for blah, blah, blah CWALT ALT series 2005-j12. When I search this at the SEC site the last filing date I see is 3/25/2006. Does this indicate that the trust has dissolved? Again, how do I look for my actual loan on the site?

  34. OUT OF STATE TRUST CAN’T FORECLOSE
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    Foreclosure Case Dismissed in Pinellas County Based on Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.120(a)
    December 23rd, 2009 · 6 Comments · Foreclosure
    On December 16, 2009 Pinellas County Circuit Court Judge Anthony Rondolino granted a Motion to Dismiss which was filed by St. Petersburg attorney Matthew D. Weidner on December 16, 2009. The foreclosure case was filed by Wachovia Mortgage against Weidner’s Client, Pinellas County resident Anne Matacchiero.

    Weidner’s Motion to Dismiss asserted that because the entity filing the lawsuit was not properly identified as a Florida corporation, that Plaintiff could not continue its pursuit of the case according to Florida states and rules of civil procedure that restrict the activities of out of state corporations.

    According to Weidner, the ruling has major impact on foreclosure cases filed across the State of Florida and in Pinellas and Hillsborough County in particular because the Plaintiff’s are not identified as required by law in the vast majority of cases. Weidner further claims that, “If this argument was effectively made and the same ruling issued, it could result in approximately 70% of the cases currently pending in Pinellas County being dismissed.”

    Does the Plaintiff have the right to foreclose?

    Whether the Plaintiff that has filed foreclosure cases across the country has the capacity or the standing to maintain the lawsuits they’ve filed is increasingly becoming a key issue in many cases. The majority of the loans that are being foreclosed on in courts around the country are no longer held by the bank or mortgage company that made the loan in the first place. When the Plaintiff filing the lawsuit is not the original lender, real questions exist about whether they have the legal authority required to be pursuing the foreclosure case against the homeowner. An even more complicated issue exists when the Plaintiff filing the lawsuit is not a corporation, but is a trust company or some other exotic or shadow entity that claims to be pursuing the foreclosure case on behalf of another entity as is often the case.

    Can the Plaintiff produce the documents necessary to foreclose.

    Much attention has been given over the last several months to the fact that oftentimes, the Plaintiffs filing foreclosure lawsuits are not able to produce the basic documents they need to file a foreclosure lawsuit, much less all the documents they need to produce in order to win a foreclosure case. Examples of documents that need to be produced include the note, assignment of mortgage and an accurate statement of account. Because many lenders cannot even prove they are qualified or entitled to appear in court, they never get the point of producing the documents necessary to effectively proceed with their foreclosure case.

    For more information, contact Matt Weidner at http://www.mattweidnerlaw.com

  35. I found your blog because I wanted more information on your expertise. I run a foreclosure blog and I am looking for good content to link to for future posts. I like you site so I am adding you to my google reader.

  36. Debra, what’s the update on your case? Are you still feeling good about George Gingo as your attorney?

  37. Mr Garfield

    My friends have a Life Right trust ifo parents who live on the property.
    Bank made a sale agreement removing the life right and renouncing the rights of the parents to live on the property for their lifetime.

    What rights do the parents have to reinstitute the life right?
    What rights do the children/beneficiaries have to reinstate the life right trust?
    What laws have been violated by removal of the basic need for protection in a Trust Deed?
    What actions if any and what documents do you have and sources of law to review?

    Thanks

  38. Mr. Garfield,

    Which PSA is controlling – the one for the Trust or the one for the Certificates? In researching the SEC filings for the Trust listed on the foreclosure documents, I discovered that there are 2 separate filings – one for the HEAT and one for the pass-through certificates.

    What’s curious is the fact that there are entities listed in the PSA for the pass-through certificates that are not listed on the PSA for the Trust?

    I am still trying to locate the formation charter for the Trust.

    Alina

  39. HI EVERYONE!

    WE FINALLY MADE IT TO THE NEWS WITH THIS MORTGAGE PROBLEM!! ABC 7 NEWS MICHAEL FINNEY CAME TO OUR HOME YESTERDAY WITH HIS CAMERA GUY AND THE INTERVIEW LASTED 2 HOURS!
    YES NEIL, I CERTAINLY DID TALK ABOUT LIVINGLIES AND IF YOU HAVEN’T BEEN CONTACTED YET, YOU WILL BE SOON! MICHAEL IS WORKING WITH DIANE SAWYER OF GOOD MORNING AMERICA ON A SEGMENT REGARDING THIS ISSUE. MEANWHILE, THE ATTORNEY IN FLORIDA WHO HAS BEEN WALKING US THROUGH OUR CASE AND WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING US AS FAR AS WE HAVE, (which is getting our case into court to challenge the note. Mind you, we are in California, a NON-Judicial foreclosure state, where as normally we would have been thrown out of court with this type of case. It’s just not heard of in Ca. to request the bank to prove the note on a defaulted loan!) Currently, after the Judge ordered Saxon’s attorney’s to appear March 16 with the original note, they hung up on the Judge, and they postponed the March 16 to April 24.
    ABC 7 NEWS IS WORKING ON GETTING CLEARANCE TO SHOOT THE HEARING FOR THE FINAL OUTCOME!
    ANYWAY, I WAS SAYING ABOUT THE ATTORNEY IN FLORIDA WHO HELPED US:

    George M. Gingo
    4335 London Town Road
    Titusville, Florida 32796
    321-264-9624 office
    866-311-9573 fax

    GEORGE HAS GIVEN A DEFENSE TACTIC FOR ALL HOMEOWNERS TO USE:

    “EVERYONE!…… EVERYONE WHO HAS A MORTGAGE, SET UP A “SPECIAL ACCOUNT” WITH YOUR BANK AND DEPOSIT YOUR MONTHLY MORT. PAYMENTS INTO THE SPECIAL ACCOUNT INSTEAD OF SENDING TO LENDER. THEN REQUEST FROM THE LENDER TO PROVE THEY ARE THE CORRECT ENTITY TO BE MAKING THE PAYMENTS TO BY PRODUCING THE ORIGINAL NOTE. IF THEY HAVE THE NOTE AND IT’S LEGIT, TAKE THE MONEY OUT OF THE ACCOUNT AND PAY THEM, IF THEY CAN’T PROVIDE PROOF THAT THEY OWN THE NOTE, HIRE A LAWYER AND TAKE THEM TO COURT TO FIND OUT WHO IT IS THAT YOU SHOULD BE MAKING PAYMENTS TO”
    OTHERWISE, YEARS DOWN THE ROAD, YOU COULD BE FACED WITH ANOTHER BANK TRYING TO TAKE YOUR PROPERTY AS THEY ARE THE ACTUAL NOTE HOLDER AND THEY ARE THE ONE’S YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN PAYING ALL THAT TIME!

    WELL I HOPE THIS HELPS SOME OF YOU ANYWAY, I WISH I HAD THE ANSWERS TO HELP EVERYONE OUT OF THIS NIGHTMARE MORTGAGE DISASTER!
    REMEMBER, DON’T GIVE UP THE FIGHT, THE MORE YOU EDUCATE YOURSELVES THE LESS THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH!
    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
    DEBRA

  40. Can you include WAMU (JPMorgan Chase).

  41. HI
    Where can i find in the sec if Wachovia has sold my loan again after its purchase in July 2008.
    I’v looked at some of the 10K and 8k but i cannot find anything.
    Can anyone here tell me exactly what i am looking for in these filling and how i will know if it is mine.
    I need to find it bad if they have sold it in securities.
    Any info will help at this stage.
    Thanks
    Teopaige

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