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“Despite the fact that everyone knows, despite the fact that they signed consent decrees promising not to steal homes, they go right on doing it.

Where is law enforcement, the Attorneys General, the regulators? They all know but they only prosecute the least significant offenders.

Foreclosures spiked 57% in California last month. How many of those were illegal? Most, if not all.

An audit of San Francisco County revealed one or more irregularities in 99% of the subject loans. In 84% of the loans, there appear to be one or more clear violations of law.

Fortune examined the foreclosures filed in two New York counties (Westchester and the Bronx) between 2006 and 2010. There were 130 cases where the Bank of New York was foreclosing on behalf of a Countrywide mortgage-backed security. In 104 of those cases, the loan was originally made by Countrywide; the other 26 were made by other banks and sold to Countrywide for securitization.

None of the 104 Countrywide loans were endorsed by Countrywide – they included only the original borrower’s signature. Two-thirds of the loans made by other banks also lacked bank endorsements. The other third were endorsed either directly on the note or on an allonge, or a rider, accompanying the note.”

-George Mantor

http://livinglies.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/george-w-mantor-runs-for-public-office-on-no-more-dirty-deeds/

PLEASE SUPPORT MR. GEORGE MANTOR FOR SAN DIEGO COUNTY CLERK/RECORDER

No More Dirty Deeds

Mantor for Assessor/Recorder/Clerk of San Diego County

If you have an interest in real estate, global finance, or fraudclosure then you may already be familiar with my work. I have written possibly hundreds of articles during my 35 year career in real estate.

Over the last few years, I have assisted families all across the country in developing strategies to avoid foreclosure and remain in their homes. I never accepted a single penny for this work.

During that same period, numerous banksta entities have agreed to pay billions in fines and restitution to victims, and promised to cease forging and recording fraudulent documents.

No one can still argue that there hasn’t been a giant rip-off of millions of homeowners, many of whom never missed a payment until they were targeted to fulfill the default quota to collect on the insurance and stiff the investors. Sometimes they seize the home, sometimes not; it doesn’t really matter to them.

Despite the fact that everyone knows, despite the fact that they signed consent decrees promising not to steal homes, they go right on doing it.

Where is law enforcement, the Attorneys General, the regulators? They all know but they only prosecute the least significant offenders.

Foreclosures spiked 57% in California last month. How many of those were illegal? Most, if not all.

An audit of San Francisco County revealed one or more irregularities in 99% of the subject loans. In 84% of the loans, there appear to be one or more clear violations of law.

Fortune examined the foreclosures filed in two New York counties (Westchester and the Bronx) between 2006 and 2010. There were 130 cases where the Bank of New York was foreclosing on behalf of a Countrywide mortgage-backed security. In 104 of those cases, the loan was originally made by Countrywide; the other 26 were made by other banks and sold to Countrywide for securitization.

None of the 104 Countrywide loans were endorsed by Countrywide – they included only the original borrower’s signature. Two-thirds of the loans made by other banks also lacked bank endorsements. The other third were endorsed either directly on the note or on an allonge, or a rider, accompanying the note.

The lack of Countrywide endorsements, combined with the bank’s representation to the court that these documents are accurate copies of the original notes, calls into question the securitization of these loans, as well as Bank of New York’s right, as trustee, to foreclose on them.

These are not paperwork errors; they are evidence of a crime in progress and they are themselves criminal acts prohibited by law.

Across the country, other County Recorders have stood up to the bankstas and put a stop to filing forgeries. John O’Brien, Jeff Thigpen, and Curtis Hertel stopped accepting forged documents on behalf of the residents of their respective counties. It can be done.

San Diego County is no different. The same banks, mortgage servicers, and foreclosure mills operate here and are doing the exact same things even to this day despite numerous settlements and consent decrees. The County Recorder’s office is a crime scene, and it is a crime in progress that must be stopped.

The incumbent, Earnest Dronenburg, Jr., has allowed the system to become infected with MERS, a bank owned and operated alternative title registry system that has never been authorized by anyone. Think Wikipedia.

As a result, the county has lost millions of dollars in recording fees as banks hid transfers from the public by recording them only in their private registry.

We now know that this allowed banks to sell the same mortgage rights over and over again, and then foreclose on the mortgage that they had already sold numerous times.

Citizens have lost their right to due process as 96% of all foreclosures go uncontested because of forged documents.

It is apparent that the County Recorder’s office is a key piece in restoring justice and maintaining individual property rights.

Every time a mortgage assignment is entered into the MERS system without payment to the local County Recorder for the recordation of same, the county loses revenue and the ability to accurately track the information.

Even worse, it puts every property owner in the position of having their property seized without any due process whatsoever by someone claiming to be from MERS.

Dronenburg has allowed for fraudulent actors, and their supporters, to access the land recording system by permitting robo-signed mortgage assignments to permeate land title records.

The integrity of land title records and the rights of the consuming public now hang in the balance.

It’s time to occupy the Recorders office. We need to identify and develop our own candidates to challenge bank owned incumbents.

Support My Campaign

I want to do it here in San Diego, but I need help. I’m highly qualified. I have been assessing property values and using title records daily since 1978, and I sure know a forged assignment or a cloud on title when I see it.

America may be free but running for office against the establishment sure isn’t. The two biggest obstacles are the filing fee of $1991.39 and the Candidate’s Statement of Qualifications which appears on the ballot. Two hundred words at a whopping $6,550.

However, this is probably the single best platform for this election because it gets mailed to every registered voter in the County.

This is not a high-profile office so most people will decide while marking their ballots; that is where I have the advantage over the incumbent.

When I assume office we will immediately stop recording obviously forged documents and require those seeking to foreclose to provide a complete chain of title.

My decision to run is conditioned upon being able to raise enough money to cover the cost of the ballot statement. I need checks no later than March 1st. The maximum an individual can contribute is $700.

If you have always wondered what you could do to fight back against the corruption, now is your chance. In addition to money quickly I still need a treasurer and a campaign manager.

This will have an impact all over the country, please help now.
Make checks payable to: Mantor for Assessor/Recorder/Clerk.
Mail to: 1611A South Melrose Drive, #134 Vista, CA 92083.
George Mantor for Assessor/Recorder/Clerk San Diego County

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