BAC assigned a note in 2010 that they sold in 2003

Editor’s Note: Recontrust appears to be wholly owned by Bank of America. This particular deal looks like a “reconstituted” mortgage backed security comprised of new securities which are “backed” by old mortgage backed securities which in turn are backed by a list of “loans” which may or may not exist, and which certainly have at least in part been paid in whole or in part through insurance, credit default swaps and federal bailout.

From the comment Section of the Blog:

ReconTrust filed a NOD on behalf of BAC “servicer” for GRS Mort. Trust 2003-9, seven days later filed an assignment to GSR Mort. Trust of the deed of trust and note dated 8-13-03. I had no notice of GRS or Recontrust until seven years later. It looks like BAC assigned a note in 2010 that they sold in 2003. It also appears a pattern of fraud is occuring with all of us as their victims. If anyone knows what GSR Mortgage stands for please inform. I any one is interested in exposing the pattern let me know. I have 40 days before the notice of sale. I’m also pursuing this pro se.

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  1. Wells Fargo & Co. ‘a private label tradename’ purchased 11/2/98. Foothill & Norwest & UBS … do business using ‘private label brand’ and all of the existing agreements and former registrations stayed open. Already in business in 1994/1996 with Lehman Brothers, Structured Asset Securities Corp, Bear Stearns, former Wells Fargo, Norwest, GMAC-RFC, Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp, Deutsche Bank Securities, Foothill Capital Corp a sub of Foothill Group, who all merged with Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank 11/2/98. All of the existing agreements as priviate members of the financial exchanges survived.

    Restated Letter of Credit & Guaranty Agreement 8/1/94 among Foothill Capital Corp, Union Bank as agent and issuing bank

    Subsidiaries Foothill Group Inc

    Wells Fargo & Co. (Wells Fargo & Co/MN formerly known as Norwest Corp)

    Norwest Corporation:

    Condor Investments LP, Minnesota LTD
     (John Nickoll, Dennis Ascher, Jeffrey Nikora ‘Managing Partners filing persons, Foothill Capital is a wholly owned subsidiary.

    Condor principal business address
    Norwest Center, Sixth St & Marquette Ave
    Minneapolis MN 55479

    Principal Business engage in the business of investment in various financial assets.

    4G-382
    Condor Investment Company DC Mendota He MN XR
    LP-7122
    Condor Investments Limited Partnership LPI Mpls MN
    Filing Number: LP-7122 Entity Type: Limited Partnership
    Original Date of Filing: 2/22/1996 Entity Status: Inactive
    Entity Date to Expire: 12/31/2025 Chapter: 322A

    Name: Condor Investments Limited Partnership
    Registered Office Address: 6th & Marquette 17th Flr %Norwest Corp
    Mpls, MN, 55479-1026
    Home State: MN

    Registered Agent: Stanley S Stroup


    8K 6/30/95

    5/15/95 Norwest Corp signed a definitive agreement for the merger of the Foothill Group, Inc. with Norwest.

    Foothill Group Inc is a specialized financial services company which operates two tightly linked businesses: commercial lending and money management.

    Foothill Capital Corp, its wholly-owned subsidiary, provides asset-based financing to businesses throughout the USA.

    Parent Co. money mgmt operation conducts business thru institutional lP’s seeking above avg returns by investing in debt instruments of companies in reorg or in process of restructuring.

    Norwest Corp is a bank holding company formed under laws DE
     Foothill Capital Corp CA, &
     Norwest Corp (NORWEST) a bank holding corp laws of DE,
     the Company will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest.

    Amendment 2/1/95:
    Revolving Credit Agreement
    Foothill Capital Corp, CA Corp, subsidiary of The Foothill Group, Inc. Parent.

    the banks
    -Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, as a bank and agent

    Recitals:
    -other than Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, LTD (LTB)
    NationsBank of Georgia, N.A. (Nations)
    Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association (BOA) as Agent

    Foothills Capital Corp, Inc. and BOA as Agent

    LTB, NATIONS & NORWEST have each agreed to become new banks under the Agreement

    BOA bank & agent & Foothills Capital Inc & Foothill Capital desire to amend agreement to reflect LTB, NATIONS, NORWEST become New Banks.

    7/12/95 8K EX-28
    Norwest and Foothill Group, Inc. signed definitive agreement for acquisition of Foothill Group by Norwest 4th Qtr 1995.

    Wells Fargo & Co/MN [formerly Norwest] 6/7/95 SC 13D/A

    Stanley S. Stroup
    EVP & General Counsel
    Norwest Corp
    Norwest Center
    Sixth and Marquette
    Minneapolis MN 55479-1026
    DE Citizen
    CUSIP 345109-20-1
    Tax ID 41-0449260
    Bank Holding Co

    Through Commercial bank subsidiaries general banking & trust business in
    AZ, CO, IL, IN, IA, MN, MT, NB, NM, ND, OH, SD, TX, WI, WY.

  2. This data is related to BOA and RECON….

     Foothill Capital Corp CA, &
     Norwest Corp (NORWEST) a bank holding corp laws of DE,
     the Company will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest.

    Amendment 2/1/95:
    Revolving Credit Agreement
    Foothill Capital Corp, CA Corp, subsidiary of The Foothill Group, Inc. Parent.

    the banks
    -Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, as a bank and agent

    Recitals:
    -other than Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, LTD (LTB)
    NationsBank of Georgia, N.A. (Nations)
    Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association (BOA) as Agent

    Foothills Capital Corp, Inc. and BOA as Agent

    LTB, NATIONS & NORWEST have each agreed to become new banks under the Agreement

    BOA bank & agent & Foothills Capital Inc & Foothill Capital desire to amend agreement to reflect LTB, NATIONS, NORWEST become New Banks.

    (“Foothill Group” “parent company”) is a
    specialized financial services engaged in asset-based commercial lending
    through Foothill Capital Corporation (“Foothill Capital”) & money management
    services through Foothill Group

    Since 1970 makes revolving credit & term loans to companies generally unable to secure financing from traditional lending sources

    1988 Foothill Group established money mgmt business to capitalize on experience.
    -lending to & investing in debt securities of financially troubled borrowers.

    Foothill Group operates two LP’s for institutional investors – invest in debt securities or claims of financially troubled companies

    Investments’ are in companies may be involved in restructuring or reorganization under Federal Bankruptcy Code.

    Foothill Group acts as General Partner earning mgmt fees as well as incentive compensations based upon distributed profits in excess of specified rates of return.

    12/23/93 Parent completed spin-off of Foothill Thrift & Loan subsidiary to Foothill Group shareholders.

    1993/1993
    The decision: Co-Chief Executive Officers to be general partners along with the
    Foothill Partners, LP 1990 made by outside directors/Board in response to advice
    of placement agent for LP interests,

    UBS a national investment banking firm, and
    the alignment of the Co-Chief Executive Officers’
    interests in the partnership with that of the Co necessary to
    successfully place LP interests with the institutional
    investors the primary targeted investor group.

    12/92 Foothill Partners II, L.P. established Co-Chief Executive Officers,
    & Messrs. Schwab and Hilton, & four other members of mgmt of
    made general partners advice from the
    same placement agent.

    Foothill Capital Group is a sub of Foothill Group Inc. is a foreign organization who are responsible as the largest producer of non-conforming mortgage products – wholesale broker for the credit unworthy – sell discounted loans. The ‘Unique Model’ of Wells Fargo & Co. How did they merge?

    BOA was the Agent for Foothill Group Inc., & UBS FInancial was the Investor for Foothill Group Inc. and subsidairy Foothill Capital Group acquistion of Norwest Corp.

    CUSIP No 345109201

    UBS Asset Management (New York) Inc.
    1211 Ave of the Americas
    NY 10036-8796
    IRS ID 13-2725861

    DEF 14A 12/31/93
    Foothill Capital Group Inc.1994 a DE Corp
    11111 Santa Monica blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
    subsidiary Foothill Capital Corp, CA 12/31/93

    Common Stock Foothill Beneficially owns:
    UBS Asset Management, 1211 Ave of the Americas, NY NY 10036 6%
    John F. Nickoll 6/1%
    Don L. Gevirtz 4.1%
    Joseph J. Finn-Egan 3.9%
    Jeffrey A. Lipkin 3.9%
    Peter E. Schwab*
    Gary L. Wehrel*
    David C. Hilton*
    Henry K. Jordan*
    Arthru Malin MD*

    All Executive Officers & Directors as a Group (10) 15.2%

    Series A Stock:
    Recovery Equity Investors, LP, 901 Mariners Island Blvd, Suite 555, San Mateo CA 94404 1005
    Joseph J. Finn-Egan
    Jeffrey A. Lipkin

    Goldenbanks of Colorado Inc
    fka First Golden Bancorporation 7/3/92
    1301 Jackson St, Golden CO 80401
    IRS 84-0632356

    Relationships:
    1/26/96 SC 13G Lindner Asset Mgmt Inc/Adv [ formerly Ryback Mgmt Corp/MO/Adv ]
    12/2/94 SC 13D Wells Fargo & Co/MN [ formerly Norwest Corp ] 5/2/95 Last Filing

    Stanley S.Stroup Interest in 3 Registrants:
    Wells Fargo & Co/MN [formerly Norwest Corp]
    First Security Corp/UT
    Teradyne Inc
    & 9 Registrants:
    WFC HOLDINGS CORP [fka Wells Fargo & Co]
    WF Deferred Comp Holdings Inc.
    Wells Fargo Financial Inc. [fka Norwest Financial Inc]
    Wells Fargo Capital VIII VII VI IX
    Wellls Fargo & Co/MN [fka Norwest Corp]
    Goldenbanks of CO

    Foothill Group Inc. –
    1 Closely Related: Wells Fargo & Co/MN SEC #72971

    52 SEC Filings 1/12/94 to 4/20/10

    SIC 6153 – Short-term Business Credit Institutions, Except (Agri) 4/20/10 Source SEC
    Incorporated in DE
    IRS 94-1663353
    11111 Santa Monica Blvd
    Suite 1500
    Los Angeles CA 90025
    & a mailing PO Box 3001 91301

    7/12/95 8K EX-28
    Norwest and Foothill Group, Inc. signed definitive agreement for acquisition of Foothill Group by Norwest 4th Qtr 1995.

    Wells Fargo & Co/MN [formerly Norwest] 6/7/95 SC 13D/A

    Stanley S. Stroup
    EVP & General Counsel
    Norwest Corp
    Norwest Center
    Sixth and Marquette
    Minneapolis MN 55479-1026
    DE Citizen
    CUSIP 345109-20-1
    Tax ID 41-0449260
    Bank Holding Co

    Through Commercial bank subsidiaries general banking & trust business in
    AZ, CO, IL, IN, IA, MN, MT, NB, NM, ND, OH, SD, TX, WI, WY.

    Subsidiary Wells Fargo Foothill Capital fka Foothill Capital

    4 Issuer Relationships: include
    5/25/95 SC 13D Wells Fargo & Co/MN [fka Norwest Corp]

    13 Owner Relationships including
    5/20/94 SC 13D US Home Corp/DE
    (United States Home & Development Corp) UH UHG USHm USHme
    SIC 1531 Operative Builders 2/14/01
    10707 Clay Rd PO Box 2863
    Houston TX 77041
    IRS 21-0718930

    12/31/93 Foothill Group Inc, subsidiary Foothill Capital Group
     dba Wells Fargo Foothill Group

     Common Stock beneficially owned:
    ( 2) UBS Asset Mgmt NY Inc.6% (1211 Ave of Americas, NY 10036)
    ( 3) John F. Nickoll 6.1%
    ( 4) Don L. Gevirtz 4.1%
    – Dr. Warren Bennis*
    ( 5) Arthur Malin, MD*
    – Steven L. Volla
    ( 6) Jospeh J. Finn-Egan 3.9%
    ( 6) Jeffrey A. Lipkin 3.9%
    ( 7) Peter E. Schwab *
    ( 8) Gary L. Wehrle*
    ( 9) David C. Hilton*
    (10) Henry K. Jordan*
    (11) ALL EXECUTIVE OFFICERS & DIRECTORS AS A GROUP (10 INDIVIDUALS) 15.2%

     SERIES A STOCK
    (6)Recovery Equity Investors, L.P. 100%
    San Mateo, CA 94404
    (6) Joseph J. Finn-Egan 100%
    (6) Jeffrey A. Lipkin 100%

     % Beneficial Ownership above >1% as of 12/31/93
    Note 299,388 shares owned by MDG Corp owned by Mr. Gevirtz

    subsidiary Foothill Capital Group of parent Foot Hills Group Inc

    UBS Asset Management (New York) Inc. (“UBS”) NY entity.

    Amendment #1 Schedule 13G Filed by UBS with SEC
    UBS claimed sole voting & dispositive power
    & full beneficial ownership with respect to all such shares under the
    definition of “beneficial owner” provided in Rule 13d-3 promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

    UBS is an investment advisor
    registered under Section 203 of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940

    Recovery Equity Investors, L.P. a DE LP whose general partner is

    Recovery Equity Partners, LP a DE LP
    Pacific Crest Capital Corp, newly-formed parent of
    Foothill Thrift and Loan 12/23/93

    Messrs Finn-Egan & Lipkin are General Partners of Recovery Equity Partners

    Recover Investors claims sole voting & dispositive power and full beneficial ownership with respect to all SERIES A STOCK (12/93 convertible to 6.66666 shares of common stock)

    Mr. Wehrle ceased to be employee.

    Date of Spinoff of
    Pacific Crest Capital Corp, newly-formed parent of Foothill Thrift and Loan 12/23/93

    Mr. Volla 2/3/94 unanimously elected to Board of Directors – American Healthcare Management

    Norwest LTD LP LLLP responsible for deals where former Wells Fargo & Co in agreements with Extreme Networks, for example.

    Extreme Networks, Inc. – Statement of Beneficial Ownership … Senior Vice President and Secretary NORWEST LIMITED LP, LLLP
    By Tiberius Ventures, L.L.C., as General Partner By: /s/ James E. Hanson James …
    apps.shareholder.com/sec/viewerContent.aspx?companyid… – Cached

    Norwest Corporation: 420 Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA

    Condor Investments LP, Minnesota LTD
    http://www.sec.gov/divisions/investment/noaction/1994/shoreline111494.pdf (11/14/1994 SEC and Legal ‘not recommend enforcement action to the Commission if)

    Foothill Group Inc. and Foothill Capital Group
    UBS Asset Management, 1211 Ave of the Americas, NY NY 10036UBS is an investment advisor registered under Section 203 of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940.
    CLASS A STOCK beneficial owners: Recovery Equity Investors, L.P. a DE LP whose general partner is Recovery Equity Partners, LP a DE LP and Pacific Crest Capital Corp, newly-formed parent of Foothill Thrift and Loan 12/23/93
    Foothill Group Inc. & its (subsidiary of Foothill Group – Foothill Capital dba Wells Fargo Capital)

    Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, LTD (LTB) Financial Services bankruptcy Successor Shinsei Bank Tokyo Japan (restructured by Ripplewood) LTCB acquired Greenwich Capital Markets, a Connecticut-based securities firm, thus giving LTCB a US-based securities business. SBC (now part of UBS AG) began a joint venture with LTCB during this period, which collapsed once the poor financial state of LTCB became apparent.
    NationsBank of Georgia, N.A. (Nations)
     Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association (BOA) as Agent
    The bank retained the “NT&SA” designation until being renamed to Bank of America, N.A., as part of BankAmerica Corp.’s merger with NationsBank in 1998

    BOA bank & agent & Foothills Capital Inc & Foothill Capital desire to amend agreement to reflect LTB, NATIONS, NORWEST become New Banks.
    & UBS a national investment banking firm (5/95)

    950131-95-124 1/30/95: Wells Fargo & Co/MN

    a) “Babbscha Merger” Babbscha, Fridley State Bank, Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest &

    b) “Banrein Merger” Banrein, Inc, Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest &

    c) ‘Bank Mergers” subsequent mergers with & into a wholly owned banking subsidiary of Norwest
    Norwest Interim Bank Fridley, N.A. (“Norwest Bank”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest Corp (“Norwest”)

    Stanley S. Stroup & Interest in 3 Registrants:
    & Wells Fargo & Co/MN [formerly Norwest Corp]
    & First Security Corp/UT
    Teradyne Inc

    Stanley S. Stroup & 9 Registrants:

    & WFC HOLDINGS CORP [fka Wells Fargo & Co]
    & WF Deferred Comp Holdings Inc.
    & Wells Fargo Financial Inc. [fka Norwest Financial Inc]
    & Wells Fargo Capital VIII VII VI IX
    & Wells Fargo & Co/MN [fka Norwest Corp]
    & Goldenbanks of CO fka First Golden Bancorporation (7/3/92)
    ________________________________________

    Norwest LTD LP LLLP 1995/1996 private members collaborate in ventures with Norwest Corp and Wells Fargo Co. and Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Structured Asset Securities Corp, HSBC Global plc, GMAC-RFC, Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp to marry -…

    ATTACHMENT A (Norwest Bank Minnesota National Assoc)

    12/7/00 Laurel A. Holschuh SVP & Secretary
    Schedule 13G Attachment Appended
    Wells Fargo & Co (Fin Holding Co-Domestic)
    filed on behalf of the following subsidiaries:

    Norwest Limited LP, LLLP (1)
    Wells Fargo Bank, National Assoc (2)
    Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota, National Assoc (2)
    Wells Fargo Bank Nebraska, National Assoc (2)
    Wells Fargo Bank Texas, National Assoc (2)

    (1) Norwest Limited LP, LLLP is a Delaware limited liability limited partnership that is not one of the entities listed in Rule 13d-
    1(b)(1()(ii) and is included in this filing pursuant to Rule 13d-
    1(c).

    (2) Classified as a bank in accordance with Regulation 13d-
    1(b)(1)(ii)(B).

    Independent wholly-owned subsidiary
    Norwest LTD LP LLLP
    360 Ids Center, 80 S. Eight St. Minneapolis MN 55402 responsible in 1996 creating deal with non-Frederick Brokers incorporating US PH Home Mortgage Corp (PHH) (Cendant) (GMAC)….. into the pipeline as affilaites of Norwest who became affilaites of Wells Fargo & Co/MN formerly Norwest. All existing registration and former agreements survived 11/2/98 mergers.

    CUSIP No. 30226D 10 6
    Norwest Limited LP, LLLP IRS Tax ID 41-1970247
    Sixth and Marquette
    Minneapolis, MN 55479
    Citizenship DE, Place of Org: Minnesota

    Schedule 13G 12/7/2000 .

    Wells Fargo & Co. CUSIP NO 30226D 10 6
    IRS Tax ID 41-0449260
    420 Montgomery Street
    San Francisco, CA 94104
    Citizenship DE, Place of Organization: Minnesota
    Reporting Person Filing: ‘HC’ Parent Holding Company in accordance with 240.13d-1(b)(1)(ii)(G)

    Percent of class 6%

    Note: SEC (Wells Fargo & Co/MN formerly Norwest Corp) merger & survivors 11/2/98

    CUSIP No. 30226D 10 6
    Norwest Limited LP, LLLP IRS Tax ID 41-1970247
    Sixth and Marquette
    Minneapolis, MN 55479
    Citizenship DE, Place of Org: Minnesota
    5.8% of Class
    Type of Person Filing ‘PN”

    Name of Issuer: Extreme Networks, Inc.
    3585 Monroe St., Santa Clara, CA 9505

    By Wells Fargo & Co. /s/ Laurel A. Holschuh SVP & Secretary

    By Norwest Limited LP, LLLP
    Tiberius Ventures, L.L.C., as General Partner
    /s/ James E. Hanson EVP

    AGREEMENT

    The Undersigned hereby agree that the statement on Schedule 13G to
    which this Agreement is attached shall be filed by Wells Fargo &
    Company on its own behalf and on behalf of Norwest Limited LP, LLLP.

    Dated: December 7, 2000

    Dated: December 10, 2009
    /s/ Jane E. Washington VP Trust Operations
    Exhibit A

    Parent Holding Company Control Person – Wells Fargo & Co. as stated above and Norwest Limited LP LLLP “DE Citizenship, By Tiberius Ventures, LLC DE LLC Its General Partner, Norwest limited is a limited partner in three separate partnerships common stock reported in Schedule 13G were acquired on 11/30/2009 and 12/4/2009 by Norwest Limited in connection with partnership distributions by such partnerships on such dates. Intentional misstatements or omissions of fact constitute Federal criminal violations
    (See 18 U.S.C. 1001)

    Name of Issuer: Rackspace Hosting, Inc. 5000 Walzem Rd
    San Antonio TX 78218
    14.61% of Class Owned
    Common Stock CUSIP Number 750086101 11/30/2009
    Group in accordance with 240.13d-1(b)(1)(ii)(J).

    Wells Fargo & Co. Citizenship DE
    420 Montgomery St,
    San Francisco, CA 94104
    14.61% of Class Owned
    Parent Holding Co & Control Person (Wells Fargo & Co/MN formerly Norwest Corp)
    in accordance with 240.13d-1(b)(1)(ii)(G);

    Norwest Limited LP LLLP 13.81% of Class Owned
    Type of Reporting Person OO
    360 Ids Center, 80 S. Eight St. Minneapolis MN 55402

    Formerly Norwest Corp 7/3/92 & Northwest Bancorporation 5/16/83
    dba Wells Fargo & Co.
    612-667-1234 Incorp DE
    IRS 41-0449260
    SEC CID 72971

    SIC 6021 National Commercial Bank Source SEC 3/10/11 &
    SIC 6712 Offices of Bank Holding Co Filing 11/21/08

    950131-95-124 1/30/95: Wells Fargo & Co/MN

    a) “Babbscha Merger” Babbscha, Fridley State Bank, Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest &

    b) “Banrein Merger” Banrein, Inc, Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest &

    c) ‘Bank Mergers” subsequent mergers with & into a wholly owned banking subsidiary of Norwest
    Norwest Interim Bank Fridley, N.A. (“Norwest Bank”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest Corp (“Norwest”) 1 day ago

    Wells Fargo & Co/MN fka Norwest Corp

    Foothill Group & subsidiary Wells Fargo Capital Group

    attempts to offset risk by collateralizing all loans.

    Credit policies prohibit loans in excess of 15% of capital funds
    (consolidated net worth plus subordinated debt) to any 1 borrower.

    70% finance receivables from borrowers outside of CA

    Borrowers from no other state represent more than 14% of loan portfolio.

    Foothill Capital policy no single industry other than wholesale trade (as defined by SIC codes) account for greater than 10% of its loan portfolio.

    Foothill Capital reduces credit exposure by selling nonrecourse participations in loans to banks and other asset-based lenders.

    Foothill Group and subsidiary Wells Fargo Capital Group endeavors to minimize credit losses by maintaining a diversity of borrowers and types of collateral by maintaining close supervision of its loans and underlying collateral.

    Competition from banks comes primarily from their secured lending subsidiaries & divisions.

    Frequently other finance companies are affiliated with large financial institutions and have greater financial resources to borrow at a lower cost of funds which enables them to charge lower rates to borrowers while maintaining adequate margins.

    Foothill Leases Space: Los Angeles CA, Boston MA, Chicago IL

    ISDA Interest Rate Swap Agreement by & between
    Foothill Capital Corp Santa Monica 6/4/2003 Foothill Capital Corporation Becomes Wells Fargo Foothill
    -Continental Bank N.A. Continental Bank, N.a., Formerly Known As Continentalillinois National Bank & Trust Company of Chicago Part of logo ‘Bank Outside the Lines’ Continental Bank & Vision Mortgage Capital a division of Continental Bank 620 West Germantown Pike, Suite 350 Plymouth Meeting PA 19462
    -Commonwealth Bank of Australia 1991 public co- ASX (Banking, Financial Services, investment Services) BankWest, ASB Bank, Colonial First State Investments Limited, Commonwealth Securities and Comminsure http://www.commbank.com.au ASX CBAfully privatized in 1996. multi-national bank top 4 with NAB, ZNA and Westpack
    -Sanwa Bank CA (and currency exchange agreement) (Japan Sanwa Bank, LTD) long-term goal is to become the leading universal bank in the world. …The bank entered a new phase of development in the United States in 1972 when it established the Sanwa Bank of California. This subsidiary later acquired the Charter Bank and the Golden State Bank, both in southern California, and in 1978 changed its name to Golden State Sanwa Bank…Continuing its expansion in California–the world’s sixth-largest economy–the bank acquired the First City Bank of Rosemead in 1981. Sanwa’s 1980s activities in the United States peaked in 1986 with the acquisition of Lloyds Bank California for US$263 million. …With the deal, Sanwa became the first Japanese bank to acquire a major U.S. bank. Sanwa, meanwhile, opened offices in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Vancouver….

    -National Wesminister Bank USA (NatWest) UK (RBS Royal Bank of Scotland Plc since 2000) National Westminister Home Loans, National Westminister Life Assurance. 1977 forward
    -Bank of America NT & SA primary bank subsidiary of BankAmerica Corp. A.P The bank retained the “NT&SA” designation until being renamed to Bank of America, N.A., as part of BankAmerica Corp.’s merger with NationsBank in 1998. In Northern Ireland it operates through its Ulster Bank subsidiary.
    -Westdeutsche Landesbank Girogentrale (State Owned Company) NAIC 52211 Commercial Banking
    -National Bank of Canada Public co TSX: NA (Montreal Quebec http://www.nbc.ca

    Back to 1994:
    Restated Letter of Credit & Guaranty Agreement 8/1/94 among Foothill Capital Corp, Union Bank as agent and issuing bank

    Subsidiaries Foothill Group Inc

    Wells Fargo & Co. (Wells Fargo & Co/MN formerly known as Norwest Corp)

    Norwest Corporation:

    Condor Investments LP, Minnesota LTD
     (John Nickoll, Dennis Ascher, Jeffrey Nikora ‘Managing Partners filing persons, Foothill Capital is a wholly owned subsidiary.

    Condor principal business address
    Norwest Center, Sixth St & Marquette Ave
    Minneapolis MN 55479

    Principal Business engage in the business of investment in various financial assets.

    4G-382
    Condor Investment Company DC Mendota He MN XR
    LP-7122
    Condor Investments Limited Partnership LPI Mpls MN
    Filing Number: LP-7122 Entity Type: Limited Partnership
    Original Date of Filing: 2/22/1996 Entity Status: Inactive
    Entity Date to Expire: 12/31/2025 Chapter: 322A

    Name: Condor Investments Limited Partnership
    Registered Office Address: 6th & Marquette 17th Flr %Norwest Corp
    Mpls, MN, 55479-1026
    Home State: MN

    Registered Agent: Stanley S Stroup

    8K 6/30/95

    5/15/95 Norwest Corp signed a definitive agreement for the merger of the Foothill Group, Inc. with Norwest.

    Foothill Group Inc is a specialized financial services company which operates two tightly linked businesses: commercial lending and money management.

    Foothill Capital Corp, its wholly-owned subsidiary, provides asset-based financing to businesses throughout the USA.

    Parent Co. money mgmt operation conducts business thru institutional lP’s seeking above avg returns by investing in debt instruments of companies in reorg or in process of restructuring.

    Norwest Corp is a bank holding company formed under laws DE

    Norwest’s Working Capital
    $97Million purchase form Foothill 4,156,641 common stock
    Plan of Reorganization merger wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest with and into Foothill, with Foothill as the surviving corp.

    Purposes of the Reorganization Agreement is for Norwest
    to acquire Foothill.

    Interest in Securities of the Issuer deemed to own beneficially 23.9% OF FOOTHILL COMMON STOCK HAD BEEN EXERCISED 6/6/95.

    Norwest can acquire 5% or more of outstanding shares of Foothill without prior approval of Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

    Norwest may assign the Option Agreement to a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwest.

     Norwest merger Option Agreement…

    Within 3 years after a purchase event, Foothill shall, at request of Norwest prepare, file promptly and keep current a registration statement under Securities Act covering nay shares issued or issuable pursuant to the Option & shall use such registration statement to become effective, and to remain current to exercise any shares of Foothill Capital Stock

    In the event Foothill enters into agreement to consolidate or merge into any party other than Norwest or any of its subsidiaries, and shall not be the continuing or surviving
    corporation of such consolidation or merger, (ii) to permit any party, other
    than Norwest or any of its subsidiaries, to merge into Foothill and Foothill
    shall be the surviving corporation, but, in connection with such merger, the
    then outstanding of Foothill …

    Option Agreement is intended to increase the likelihood that the
    Merger will be consummated in accordance with the terms of the Reorganization
    Agreement and may discourage persons from proposing a competing offer to acquire
    Foothill

    Norwest Corp
    Norwest Center
    Sixth and Marquette
    Minneapolis, MN 55479-1026
    Laurel A. Holschuh SVP & Secretary

    Foothill Group Inc • 8-K • For 5/15/95 • EX-2.1
    Filed On 5/25/95
    Exhibit 2.1
    Agreement & Plan of Reorganization
    5/15/95 by & between
    FOOTHILL GROUP, INC. (“Foothill”),
    DE corp and NORWEST CORPORATION (“Norwest”), a DE corp.


    Wells Fargo & Co/MN SC 13D Foothill Group Inc 5/25/95

    EXECUTIVE OFFICERS NORWEST CORP (USA)
    Richard M. Kovacevich Chairman President & CEO
    Leslie S. Biller EVP (S.Ctrl Banking)
    James R. Campbell EVP (Twin Citites Banking)
    C. Webb Edwards EVP & CTO
    Kenneth R. Murray EVP (Western Banking)
    William H. Queenan EVP (Chief Credit Officer)
    Danie A. Saklad EVP (N.Ctrl Banking)
    Stanley S. Stroup EVP & GC
    John T. Thornton EVP & CFO
    Thomas E. Emerson SVP Chief Auditor & Chief Examiner
    John E. Ganoe SVP (Strategic Planning & Acquisitions’)
    Michael A. Graf SVP & Controller
    Stephen W. hansen SVP (HR)
    Laureal A. Holschuh SVP & Secretary
    Charles D. WHite SVP & Treasurer


    Norwest also owns subsidiaries engaged in various businesses related to banking, principally
    mortgage banking, equipment leasing, agricultural finance, commercial finance,
    consumer finance, securities brokerage and underwriting, insurance agency
    services, computer and data processing services, investment advisory services,
    and venture capital investments.

    Norwest is a bank holding company registered under the Bank Holding
    Company Act of 1956, as amended. Through its commercial bank subsidiaries,
    Norwest conducts a general banking and trust business in the states of Arizona,
    Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico,

     Federal Bank of NY & Rothchild w/John Rockerfella in relationships with Lehman Brothers, SunTrust, Federal Reserve Bank of NY and channel foreign organization is

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    BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS INQUIRY – VIEW ENTITY

    Filing Number: LP-7122 Entity Type: Limited Partnership
    Original Date of Filing: 2/22/1996 Entity Status: Inactive
    Entity Date to Expire: 12/31/2025 Chapter: 322A

    Name: Condor Investments Limited Partnership
    Registered Office Address: 6th & Marquette 17th Flr %Norwest Corp
    Mpls, MN, 55479-1026
    Home State: MN

    Registered Agent: Stanley S Stroup

    Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan
    The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, Ltd. (株式会社日本長期信用銀行 Kabushiki-kaisha Nippon Chōki Shin’yō Ginkō?), abbreviated LTCB in English and Chōgin (長銀?) in Japanese, was founded in 1952 under the direction of the Shigeru Yoshida government to provide long-term financing to various industries in Japan. Along with the Industrial Bank of Japan and the Nippon Kangyo Bank, it was one of the major financiers of the postwar economic development of Japan. After extensive problems with bad debt in the 1990s, the bank was nationalized in 1998 and finally sold in 2000 to a group led by US-based Ripplewood Holdings. Ripplewood restructured LTCB as a commercial bank, Shinsei Bank.
    LTCB headquarters in Uchisaiwaicho, Tokyo, completed in 1993 and now occupied by Shinsei Bank, LTCB’s successor.
    In 1988, LTCB acquired Greenwich Capital Markets, a Connecticut-based securities firm, thus giving LTCB a US-based securities business as well. By the early 1990s, it was the largest handler of yen-denominated foreign debt (samurai bonds).
    The Asian financial crisis of 1997, which bankrupted several major Japanese financial services companies (most notably Hokkaido Takushoku Bank), exacerbated the situation. The Diet injected an additional ¥176 billion into LTCB in March 1998, but a study commissioned later that year showed that at least ¥920 billion was needed to handle the bad debts. SBC (now part of UBS AG) began a joint venture with LTCB during this period, which collapsed once the poor financial state of LTCB became apparent.
    LTCB briefly sought to merge with Sumitomo Trust and Banking, one of the few stable Japanese banks at the time, but the latter discarded these plans after its investors reacted strongly to the proposal. The Keizo Obuchi government, which had helped to broker the talks between the banks, then investigated the nationalization of LTCB, which became effective by an act of the Diet on October 23, 1998.
    Prosecutors opened criminal investigations of several LTCB executives, owing to illegal payments of dividends in 1998 while the company was insolvent. Corporate planning head Takashi Uehara committed suicide in May 1999 shortly after his indictment was leaked to the public; Osaka branch manager Kazunori Fukuda followed suit days later. The company president Katsunobu Onogi and two others were arrested in June 1999: on appeal, Onogi was sentenced to three years in prison and four years’ probation. The other two executives were sentenced to two years in prison and three years’ probation. The executives were also sued for damages, but an initial judgment in the creditors’ favor was overturned on appeal
    LTCB was purchased for ¥1 billion (US$9.5 million) in March 2000 by an investment partnership, New LTCB Partners CV, consisting of a consortium of foreign banks led by Ripplewood Holdings, which had bid against The Chuo Mitsui Trust and Banking Co. for the acquisition of LTCB. The company was renamed Shinsei Bank in June 2000. Although LTCB was delisted from the TSE upon its purchase, Shinsei, which was relieved of the bad debts of its predecessor, had a successful initial public offering at 2004 and remains in operation today as a commercial bank.

    ABOUT MDG CAPITAL CORPORATION

    MDG Capital Corporation has offices in Maryland, West Virginia, and Florida. it’s principal owners have significant experience to acquisition, zoning entitlements, planning, financing, developing, constructing, and marketing commerical and residentail subdivisions in its markets.
    developed and owns over 1 million square feet of commerical properties including office buildings, shopping centers, strip centers, and hotels. The company also has experience in the acquisition, permitting, and construction of residential planned communities as well as marinas. MDG has In addition to its commericial development, MDG develops residential communities and enjoys relationships with many local, regional and national builders inlucuding Arthur Rutenberg Homes, America’s First Home Inc., and Ryland Homes. We have three residential communities in various stages of zonin entitlement or development totalling nearly 2,000 lots.
    MDG Capital Realty, Inc MDG Captial Realty, Inc. act in the capacity of consultant and broker regarding MDG’s land acquistions or dispositions. The company is also responsible for all of MDG’s sales and marketing for its commercial properties and residential communities to include the TIB Bank Center, a 50,000 sq. ft. Class A office building; Orion Bank Center, a 35,000 sq. ft. Class A office buildingl Cypress Glen Village, a 120 unit town home project which was recently completedl and Arrowhead Estates, single family lots within MDG’s Arrowhead Reserve community. By year end, MDG will be announcing another large multi-family project in Naples, Florida, in whih MDG Capital Realty, Inc. will also be responsible for sales and marketing.

    … (with Lloyds Bank, Midland Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland) which launched the Access credit card (now MasterCard).
    National Westminster Bancorp in the United States of America with a network of 340 branches across two states.
    North American operations were sold to Fleet Bank and Hongkong Bank of Canada respectively.
    1987-1997 Thereafter the bank concentrated on its core domestic business as the restyled NatWest Group.
    Then, in 1997, NatWest Markets, the corporate and investment banking arm formed in 1992, revealed a £50m loss had been discovered, escalating to £90.5m after further investigations. Investor and shareholder confidence was so badly shaken that the Bank of England had to instruct the board of directors to resist calls for the resignation of its most senior executives in an effort to draw a line under the affair.[16]

    National Westminster Bank Plc, commonly known as NatWest, is the largest retail and commercial bank in the United Kingdom and has been part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc since 2000. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) is ranked as the second largest bank in the world by assets. It was established in 1968 by the merger of National Provincial Bank (established 1833 as National Provincial Bank of England) and Westminster Bank (established 1834 as London County and Westminster Bank). Traditionally considered one of the Big Four clearing banks, NatWest has a large network of 1,600 branches and 3,400 cash machines across Great Britain and offers 24-hour Actionline telephone and online banking services. Today it has more than 7.5 million personal customers and 850,000 small business accounts. In Northern Ireland it operates through its Ulster Bank subsidiary.

    -Commonwealth Bank of Australia 1991 public co- ASX (Banking, Financial Services, investment Services) BankWest, ASB Bank, Colonial First State Investments Limited, Commonwealth Securities and Comminsure http://www.commbank.com.au ASX CBAfully privatized in 1996. multi-national bank top 4 with NAB, ZNA and Westpack
    -Sanwa Bank CA (and currency exchange agreement) (Japan Sanwa Bank, LTD) long-term goal is to become the leading universal bank in the world. …The bank entered a new phase of development in the United States in 1972 when it established the Sanwa Bank of California

    •In 1953 Sanwa adopted a green clover-like symbol as its logo and opened its first overseas office, in San Francisco, in anticipation of the needs of Japanese exporters.

    Sanwa redoubled its effort to expand in international banking and, studying the Bank of America as a model, mapped out a strategy for growth in the retail sector. It also moved its center of activity from Osaka to the more dynamic Tokyo. Of the three “Osaka banks” (the others being Sumitomo and Daiwa), Sanwa was most successful in exploiting the growth of the Tokyo market.
    The Sanwa Bank, Ltd. is the world’s most profitable bank and second only to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd. in terms of total assets. Its surge to the top of the banking world during the mid-1990s has been based on the serious efforts it has made in Japan to contain costs and expand its retail base; expansion into North America in the 1980s; and an early entry into and continued growth of its operations in the nascent economies of Asia. The company’s long-term goal is to become the leading universal bank in the world.

    The bank entered a new phase of development in the United States in 1972 when it established the Sanwa Bank of California. This subsidiary later acquired the Charter Bank and the Golden State Bank, both in southern California, and in 1978 changed its name to Golden State Sanwa Bank. Continuing its expansion in California–the world’s sixth-largest economy–the bank acquired the First City Bank of Rosemead in 1981. Sanwa’s 1980s activities in the United States peaked in 1986 with the acquisition of Lloyds Bank California for US$263 million. With the deal, Sanwa became the first Japanese bank to acquire a major U.S. bank. Sanwa, meanwhile, opened offices in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Vancouver.
    As lending and other traditional banking operations became less profitable during the 1980s, Sanwa moved even further into predominantly fee-based near-banking services, notably leasing. In 1984 it acquired a leasing subsidiary from Continental Illinois Bank for US$500 million, one of the largest Japanese takeovers to that date. Within the first four years following the takeover, the renamed Sanwa Business Credit Corporation–which was involved in vendor leasing and corporate, commercial, and direct finance–doubled its business volume to US$1.2 billion. Also in 1984, Sanwa entered into a joint venture with Germany’s Dresdner Bank and the Bank of China to form China Universal Leasing Co., Ltd., which became the largest bank-affiliated leasing company in China. Additional leasing operations were subsequently established in Jakarta, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and other Asian cities.
    The year 1984 was also a key one for Sanwa in terms of its overall management philosophy. That year the bank shifted its primary emphasis from asset growth to increased profits, in fact setting a goal of becoming the world’s most profitable bank. In addition to tightening controls on costs, through cuts in the work force and other strategies, Sanwa shifted its lending practices even more in the favor of small and medium-sized businesses, generally considered less risky than large corporations. By 1988, 73 percent of the bank’s loans went to smaller corporations.
    In 1988 Sanwa’s president, Hiroshi Watanabe, initiated another major philosophical change when he scrapped what he considered the wishy-washy aim of becoming known as “the people’s bank” of Japan. Rather, Watanabe preferred a more concrete goal and settled on becoming “the global leader in universal banking.”
    In Sanwa’s initial efforts at reaching this lofty goal, its most important actions occurred in Japan and elsewhere in Asia. In its home market, Sanwa had a relatively weak standing in retail banking, with, for example, only 79 branches and subbranches in Tokyo in 1988 compared with at least 140 each for its major rivals. Rather than acquiring smaller banks–as some of Sanwa’s competitors did to their later regret after purchasing troubled banks–Sanwa concentrated on setting up an extensive automated teller machine (ATM) network, which grew to number 653 by 1994. At the same time that this filled the bank’s need for retail banking outlets, it also meshed nicely with Sanwa’s emphasis on profits since 20 ATMs could be set up for the same cost as just one branch, and the employeeless ATMs were much cheaper to operate. Sanwa also pioneered in such profit-smart areas as electronic banking. And, although its desire to expand into financial services was frustrated by the slow pace of deregulation in Japan, Sanwa established a securities operation there in 1994 and a trust business in 1995.
    Perhaps even more important for Sanwa in the long run was the bank’s aggressive moves into other Asian markets during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Always the innovator, Sanwa established a branch in Shenzhen in 1986, becoming the first Japanese commercial bank to enter China. True to its roots, Sanwa’s overall strategy in China and elsewhere in Asia was to focus on banking services for small and medium-sized companies, which proved particularly successful in Hong Kong. By 1994, Sanwa’s Asian operations included 18 offices in China and Hong Kong; 18 more elsewhere in Asia; the Shanghai International Finance Company Limited, a joint venture in merchant banking; and its various leasing operations.
    Sanwa’s aggressive international expansion had decreased its dependence on the domestic market to a level below that of any of its rivals. In 1994, 32 percent of its revenues and 27 percent of its profits originated outside Japan. Sanwa also weathered Japan’s lending crisis and economic recession of the early 1990s much better than other Japanese banks, and moved briefly to the top spot in worldwide banking in 1995 in terms of assets (the 1996 merger of Bank of Tokyo and Mitsubishi Bank pushed Sanwa down to number two). More important to Sanwa’s overall goal, however, the bank was also able to achieve the top spot in banking profitability in 1995, posting pretax profits of US$572 million.
    Heading into the end of the 1990s, Sanwa was not yet the world leader in universal banking, and observers noted weaknesses particularly in Europe. Still, with rapid growth projected throughout Asia for the foreseeable future and Sanwa far ahead of its rivals in these markets, Sanwa was well-positioned to maintain a position near the top of world banking into the 21st century.
    Principal Subsidiaries
    JCB Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Business Finance Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Capital Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Capital Management Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Card Services Co., Ltd.; The Sanwa Credit Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Factors Ltd.; Sanwa Network Services Corp.; Sanwa Research Institute Corp.; Sanwa Systems Development Co., Ltd.; Sanwa Australia Finance Limited; Sanwa Australia Limited; Banco Bradesco S.A. (Brazil); Sanwa Bank Canada; Sanwa McCarthy Securities Limited (Canada); China Universal Leasing Co., Ltd.; Shanghai International Finance Company Limited (China); Sanwa Bank (Deutschland) AG (Germany); Sanwa Leasing (Deutschland) GmbH (Germany); Sanwa-DSP Credit Limited (Hong Kong); Sanwa Financial Products Co., L.P. Hong Kong; Sanwa International Finance Limited (Hong Kong); P.T. Inter-Pacific Bank (Indonesia); P.T. Inter-Pacific Securities (Indonesia); P.T. Sanwa-BRI Finance (Indonesia); P.T. Sanwa Indonesia Bank; Sanwa International (Ireland) PLC; Korea Development Leasing Corporation; Commerce International Merchant Bankers Berhad (Malaysia); Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (Philippines); Banco Portugues de Investimento, S.A. (Portugal); Sanwa Futures (Singapore) PTE Limited; Sanwa Singapore Limited; Sanwa Bank (Schweiz) AG (Switzerland); Bangkok International Banking Facility (Thailand); The Siam Sanwa Industrial Credit Co., Ltd. (Thailand); The Siam Sanwa Trilease Co., Ltd. (Thailand); Sanwa Business Credit (UK) Limited; Sanwa Financial Products (UK) Co. Ltd.; Sanwa Financial Services Limited (U.K.); Sanwa International plc (U.K.); Liberty Bank (U.S.); Sanwa Bank California (U.S.); Sanwa Bank Trust Company of New York (U.S.); Sanwa Financial Products Co., L.P. (U.S.); Sanwa Futures L.L.C. (U.S.); Sanwa General Equipment Leasing (U.S.); Sanwa Leasing Corp. (U.S.); Sanwa Securities (USA) Co., L.P.

  3. The insurance policy was good for only five years? To continue collecting had to execute new agreement.

  4. Contact me. I can help. I have a case just like this. MERS can not transfer interest only original note holder can.

  5. Attorney in Ks dealing with lots of shady issues between MERS, Bank of America, Taylor Bean and Whitaker and Housing Solutions. Who owned the loan and mortgage and when. No previous assignments, now assignments are being produced claiming to assign the mortgage 10 months before the assignment was completed. I can’t find any solid case law regarding whether MERS has authority to continue to act as nominee for original mortgage holder even after mortgage is assigned to second and third holder.

  6. Has anyone got any examples of questionable assignments signed by Donald Clark and Serena Harman? Also, any dirt on TX notary named Irene Salinas?

    Thanks

  7. Hi, I have Mary Kist on an assignment as VP of BOA. Has anyone had her sign on behalf of other banks?
    I am drafting an answer due in 8 days! suzywoodrow@hotmail.com Thanks

  8. Melanie, Do you have some assignments showing Mary Kist in different capacities? Need some help

  9. Has anyone ever heard of :

    Lehman X Trust 2005-lxe

    I searched the SEC site and could not find anything there. This supposedly owns my note. Am trying to find the pooling and servicing agreements as well as any document whatsoever relating to it.

    Thanks for any help!

  10. In regards BAC owning Recontrust
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/greg-markarian/5/406/a09

  11. Is a reconstituted MBS valid? Here’s an update of my situation. I continued to dig further and requested B of A to send me the name and address of the note holder. I cited RESPA in my letter and reminded them I was losing my home. I followed up with a telephone call and spoke to a nice young lady who told me she would do her best. A few weeks later I received her response informing me that Bank of New York is the Holder of the note and the trustee for the certificate holders of the GSR Mortgage Trust 2003-9! GSR I believe is Goldman Sach, who recently has been charged by the SEC for fraud! So now I have a NOD filed by Recontrust who is not the trustee according to the letter I received from Bof A, nor is B of A the holder of the note per B of A! The 90 days since the NOD is up next week, I’m planning to file a quite titile action, fraud complaint, and request a TRO from the court. I’m also interested in hearing from others who have received an assignment of the deed of trust and sub. of trustee days before or after the recording of the NOD.

  12. Melanie from Ohio – could you contact me as I have the need for copies of signatures relating to some of the “assigners” that you have on your list ??

    Thanks – RT

    Please ignore first response – wireless keyboard and spellcheck problems

  13. Melanie from Ohio – could you contact me as I have need copies of signature realting to some of the “assigners” that you have on your list ??

    Thanks – RT

    tiger8585@aol.com

  14. I need to find out everything about how Countrywide and Bank of America has done their dealings between them, but I don’t know where to start. Our loan was with Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. dba America’s Wholesale Lender.

    Now, BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP has filed a foreclosure. They filed an assignment of mortgage in February, 2010, foreclosure complaint in March, but BANK OF AMERICA MORTGAGE started appearing on our checking account statement for automatic withdrawal back in May, 2009.

    We closed our account in September when we found this out and then BAC sent us a notice that we were in default and they were the servicer for the “noteholder” of our mortgage loan.

    We replied asking who the “noteholder” was and certified copies of the original documents. We received notices every 3 weeks to “be patient” while they fulfilled our request. They never did.

    We filed a request for production of documents the day after we were served. We gave them 10 days. They didn’t respond. Yesterday, the judge signed our proposed order on our motion to compel them to. He gave them until the 24th. He granted us an extension to answer, etc. until May 13th. I emailed a copy of the order and entry to BACs attorney and mailed originals today. We are not sure what they will do next.

    We are doing this pro se so far. We know this is fraud.

    If you are looking for some good documents where you will find the same person’s signature serving as VPs for different companies and MERS, go to the Franklin County, Ohio websites for county clerk and recorder. They are all viewable and free and no codes. Three of the people are attorneys acting as MERS VPs and the foreclosure actions are being filed by their firms. Wickham, Neidenthal and Jinkens.

    You will find allonges there in the common pleas court complaints and affidavits, look for the affidavits.

    My “person” is Sandra Williams. She is also signed on some documents with others and I have amassed a collection of documents from several people in my computer files. Mary Kist, Serena Harman, Keri Selman, Ted Cassell, Rhoena Rice, Melissa Viveros, Trent Thompson, Donald Clark, David Perez, Kimberly Dawson, Renee Hertzler, September Hall, Lancia Herzog, Tiaquanda Turner, Ken Satsky, Shellie Hill, Mohat Pathan, and more.

    The Massachusetts land registry is also a good source for BAC people, who are the same people above acting as Countrywide VPs, MERS VPs, etc.

    In Ohio, there are missing dates, stamped names with no signatures, notaries crossing out entire sections and adding another notary page, amazing.

    I need to find out how to pin this number 8172306638 my checking account bank gave me for Bank of America to a location of exactly where our money went to if anyone can lead me in the right direction.

  15. could be goldman sachs residential mortgage???

  16. The following is an excerpt from a 10-K/A SEC Filing, filed by GSR MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-8F on 7/1/2008.
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    http://sec.edgar-online.com/gsr-mortgage-loan-trust-2006-8f/10-ka-amended-annual-report/2008/07/01/section31.aspx

    EX-33 (c)
    Restated Report on Assessment Regarding Compliance with Applicable Servicing Criteria

    1. Avelo Mortgage, LLC (the “Servicer”) is responsible for assessing compliance, as of December 31, 2006 and for the period from February 24, 2006 (the first day of the distribution period in which the GS Mortgage Securities Corp. (“GSMSC”) first issued securities subject to Regulation AB) through December 31, 2006 (the “Reporting Period”), with the servicing criteria set forth in Item 1122(d) of Regulation AB, excluding the criteria set forth in Item 1122 (d)(1)(i), (d)(1)(iii), (d)(2)(ii), (d)(2)(iv), (d)(3)(iii),
    (d)(4)(i), (d)(4)(ii), (d)(4)(iii), (d)(4)(vi), (d)(4)(xi), (d)(4)(xii) and
    (d)(4)(xv) of Regulation AB, which the Servicer has concluded are not applicable to the activities it performs, directly, with respect to the asset-backed securities transactions covered by this report (such criteria, after giving effect to the exclusions identified above, the “Applicable Servicing Criteria”). While the Servicer engages vendors to perform the servicing criteria in (d)(4)(xi) and (d)(4)(xii), the Servicer does not take responsibility for the services provided by the vendors as each vendor provides a separate 1122 Reg AB assessment regarding compliance with the criteria. The transactions in which the Servicer was a party are covered by this report included those asset-backed securities transactions conducted by GS Mortgage Securities Corp. (“GSMSC”) that were registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933 where the related asset-backed securities were outstanding during the Reporting Period (the “Platform”), as listed in Appendix A.

    2. The Servicer has complied, in all material respects, with the applicable servicing criteria as of and for the Reporting Period except as follows:

    The Servicer assessed its compliance with the Applicable Servicing Criteria for the Reporting Period and has identified a material instance of non-compliance with servicing criterion set forth in Item 1122(d)(2)(vii) of Regulation AB with respect to the Platform. Specifically, the Servicer did not prepare reconciliations for all asset-backed securities related bank accounts within 30 calendar days after the bank statement cut-off date, or as such other number of days as specified in the transaction agreements and reconciling items were not resolved within 90 days of their original identification or such other number of days as specified in the transaction agreements.

    3. The Servicer had taken responsibility for the servicing criteria set forth in 1122(d)(4)(xi) and 1122(d)(4)(xii) in its previous assessment dated March 28, 2007. The Servicer has since been informed that other servicers have taken responsibility for those servicing criteria in their assessments for the year ended December 31, 2006. Accordingly, the Servicer has restated its previous assessment for the for the period February 24, 2006 to December 31, 2006 to exclude the servicing criteria set forth in 1122(d)(4)(xi) and 1122(d)(4)(xii).

    4. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, an independent registered public accounting firm, has issued an attestation report for the Platform on the assessment of compliance with the Applicable Servicing Criteria as of December 31, 2006 and for the Reporting Period.

    Avelo Mortgage, LLC

    By: /s/ David M. Altshuler
    Name: David M. Altshuler
    Title: Vice President and CFO

  17. Dave Krieger has it exactly right.

    That said, you still first have to get the entity issuing the Notice of Default into some Court. Right now, they are proceeding against you outside the judicial process, by simply selling off your home by trust-deed sale. So you do have to file suit.

    Here are some thoughts:

    1. “GRS Mortgage Trust 2003” probably no longer even exists. For all anybody knows, the trust has collapsed.

    2. Just because the entity “Recon trust” is wholly owned by Bank of America, does NOT mean that a Note issued by you to Bank of America is automatically the property of the new entity “Recon trust.” Somebody has to put it in there. that means the Note had to be sold, for value, and an Indorsement had to be placed on the Note.

    —More likely, the Indorsement is placed by means of an “allonge,” a separate piece of paper stapled onto the back. Note especially that if an “allonge” was used, then this opens up a real can of worms. Allonges require very special and tricky rules to use, and they are uniformly ignored. the result: the allonge Indorsement is typically invalid! This has been described by me in several recent posts on this site.

    So: here are the starting questions for you:

    (a) who did you sign the Note to?
    (b) who is the Note Indorsed to?
    (c) How was the Note Indorsed?
    (d) if not Indorsed by the Officer of the Previous Holder, then where is the “authority” for the Indorsement? And yes, if the Indorsement is by “power of attorney” or “attorney in fact,” then the “power” has to be incorporated into the Indorsement (and they never do that, of course, because these outfits are so arrogant and so sloppy – which works to your advantage).

    So, you start off by fining suit against Bank of America, “Recon trust”, allege that neither party is a real party in interest, that neither party is a Holder of the Note and neither party has the ability to enforce the Note, and then you force the deposition of the trustee of the “GRS :trust” after getting recon trust to produce the trust agreement(s), and you go on from there.

    But if you do nothing and do not get these parties before the Courts, then you will not be able to stop them.

    Be sure to post details of what you uncover, to inform the rest of us.

  18. You might also want to contact the Justice Department and ask them to investigate this as a fraud. One judge in Nevada (Jones) already tipped his hand in one case that the justice system is already investigating some cases for the purposes of filing criminal charges.

  19. BTW, the foregoing is not legal advice. It’s just what I’d do.

  20. From my research, what you don’t want to do is allege ANY KIND OF CONSPIRACIES because you will not be able to prove them. Anyone who has tried to launch one of these claims in the courts out west gets the Cervantes case thrown back at them … trust me, Judge Teilborg is not your friend. I would personally like to have him investigated to find out what kind of mortgage loan interest rate he’s getting.

    On another note, depending on the state you are in, the “proper party” defense is your best bet according to the rules of procedure for the venue you are in. Also understand there are a host of U.S. Supreme Court cases you can use to demonstrate:

    (1) A protected property right must have some ascertainable monetary value.

    If the “lender” has dipped into a portfolio that was a “loser” and was bailed out and received money, that needs to be exposed and proven to the court through discovery … without delving into securitization.

    (2) An entitlement to a procedure does not constitute a protected property interest.

    Just because a servicing lender has the right to service an account doesn’t mean they fall under the protections afforded by the Due Process Clause or the litmus test afforded through Mortgages Restatement (Third).

    I have a case in Kansas right now that is about to be dismissed because the lender cannot produce original paperwork. They will follow this up with a quiet title action and have the lender’s lien extinguished.

    In your instance, you need to attack the trusts that hold this “note” and get the trustee to move forward and see what actual role he plays in it. If any BAC officer acting as trustee signed off on his duties and transferred his duties to a trustee of a portfolio, his protected interest ends. If the same trustee sold the note again, then that trustee is committing fraud because he is acting outside the scope and capacity of his duties as trustee.

    Thus, you must depose the trust. You should not proceed pro se unless you have the cajones to deal with this from a legal capacity; if not, get an attorney who gets it. This is not something you pursue lightly.
    From a paralegal/investigative reporter’s standpoint, you are better off having a focused ally nailing this fraud rather than trying to battle Wall Street yourself.

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