MFI-Miami To File Bar Complaint Against Orlans Associates For Conspiracy and Fraud

PERJURY ALLEGED

April 5, 2011

For Immediate Release
Contact:            Stephen Dibert, President, MFI-Miami

Email: steve@mfi-miami.com or www.mfi-miami.com

 

MFI-Miami: 888.737.6344 or Cell 561.317.9978

 

MFI-Miami To File Bar Complaint Against Orlans Associates For Conspiracy and Fraud

 

Traverse City, MI- MFI-Miami, LLC, a mortgage fraud investigation company, announced today that on Thursday, April 7, 2011, it will be filing a complaint for Attorney Misconduct with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission against three attorneys from the Troy, Michigan law firm of Orlans Associates.  Details of the complaint as follows: Marshall R. Isaacs for knowingly filing fraudulent documents into public record, Linda Orlans for allowing one of her Notaries to make false statements that they witnessed Marshall R. Isaacs sign an affidavit when he did not sign it, and Timothy Myers for perjury in the case of Lucas v. Orlans Associates and BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP (Case #10-113498-NO).

An MFI-Miami investigation concluded that BAC Home Loan Servicing did not own the Lucas loan when they initiated the foreclosure and at the time of the Sheriff’s sale as the three attorneys claim on public record and in public filings.  Orlans representing BAC Home Loan Servicing LP claim that they maintained the right to transfer ownership to Fannie Mae with a Sheriff’s Deed.  However, according to an Affidavit that was made public in February of 2011 by BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP, the Lucas mortgage was in fact assigned to Fannie Mae in 2005.

“The evidence suggests Orlans and Associates is using robo-signing to expedite the foreclosures for BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP,” said Steve Dibert, President of MFI-Miami.

 

MFI-Miami intends to request an investigation by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission into how Oakland County Circuit Judge Martha Anderson handled this case.  According to Steve Dibert, “She refused to hear key pieces of evidence of attorney misconduct committed by attorneys involved in the case.”

 

MFI-Miami is also be sending a copy of its investigation with a copy of the complaint to the offices of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Fannie Mae CEO Mike Williams and Acting Director of the Office of Thrift Supervision, John Bowman.   Copies will be sent to Barbara DeSoer, President of Bank of America Home Loans and Elizabeth Warren, Special Advisor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

About MFI-Miami

Headquartered in Boynton Beach, Florida and with an office in Traverse City, Michigan, MFI-Miami, LLC conducts compliance examinations and investigates the securitization instruments of clients’ mortgages. For more information, visit www.mfi-miami.com, contact 888-737-4366 ext. 701, or email steve@mfi-miami.com

20 Responses

  1. Someone please go for the final jugular on my case in Levy County for me. I am currently pro se and disabled. All attorneys want my arms and legs. I have some really great hard evidence. Case has been dismissed twice before without prejudice. Judge Roundtree says someone has to pay and he will never dismiss with prejudice. He has given the Bac Home Loans and Consuegra Law firm to get their ducks in a row after I went to my last hearing.

  2. John Gault ? Sounds familiar. Who is John Ga(u)lt anyway?

    Ho Ho ho ho.

    Be like the French, John. Don’t explain the joke.

  3. The establishment way of doing business has gotten us into this mess, and I applaud your efforts to make a difference. With your permission, I’ll post your link on my Presidential campaign website (sawyer2012.com) and if you want to send me copy and graphics, I’ll post your organization on my “we recommend” web page. No charge. Wordperfect and jpeg’s work. Otherwise I shall scan and insert your stuff – but it won’t look as good. From a Floridian who used to have a vacation home in Traverse City, keep up the good work.

  4. The dude in the video is not the only one getting pissed.

    Remember Ross Perot’s “Giant Sucking Sound”?

    Amerika, Inc…

    We’re good enough to buy their products but not good enough to be employed by them.

    What used to be made here is now made in a foreign slave shop…for a bucket of beans a month.

  5. We need more of these.

  6. John Gault, did I hear your commercial on XM yesterday?

  7. It’s called “collusion”. Servicers and their F/c mills generally get Bill Hultman of MERS fame to appt
    an employee or two (or 50) as certifying (straw) officers for MERS. Then the employee donning the hat of straw officer assigns the deed of trust to itself. So, take an Aurora Loan Services. They have an employee named Theodore Schultz who has apparently been baptized by Mr. Hultman. When ALS wants to take someone’s home, Mr. Schultz signs an assignment from MERS to Aurora. They used to skip the assignments and just take the home unless pressed by some court action, as far as I can tell.

    So, ALS or B of A or WF is taking actions in the name of its alleged agent, MERS, by use of its straw officer / employee.
    Not ony is this collusive, but alleged principles don’t act in the name of their alleged agent. The whole thing is tweaked and fraught with illigitimacy.
    On info and belief, Mr. Hultman lacked corporate authority to appoint any certifying officers – ever. It’s my understanding that no corporate resolution exists authorizing these “appointments” . Maybe that’s why MERS’ president recently ducked out. It looks to me like the people who formed MERS had more than one screw loose. They thought they’d play monopoly with no regard for the laws on the books of this country. I think they’re finally getting it that their s—‘s in the wind.
    Must have hired outside counsel who knows 1 + 1 isn’t 3. But, since they don’t want to go to jail, expect more support for that proposition.

  8. Back in 2008, Norwest nka Wells Fargo was sanctioned big bucks for not telling the Nosek (name of the homeowner) court that the note had been sold to FNMA. The judge was hip enough to know it had then likely been securitized, also. Here’s the court’s ruling:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/52518342/Norwest-nka-Wells-Fargo-gets-Nailed-for-Bogus-Mortgage-Claim

  9. well arent they being both witness and counsel by signing off on assignments of mortgage as an officer of mers while representing the foreclosing party? lets not bullshit each other here, they are fabricating assignments in the back room to give there clients a chain of title that appears unbroken. the rules of professional conduct must have a clause about this grossly unfair type of evidence manufacture.

  10. […]  Traverse City, MI- MFI-Miami, LLC, a mortgage fraud investigation company, announced today that on Thursday, April 7, 2011, it will be filing a complaint for Attorney Misconduct with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission against three attorneys from the Troy, Michigan law firm of Orlans Associates.  Details of the complaint as follows: Marshall R. Isaacs for knowingly filing fraudulent documents into public record, Linda Orlans for allowing one of her Notaries to make false statements that they witnessed Marshall R. Isaacs sign an affidavit when he did not sign it, and Timothy Myers for perjury in the case of Lucas v. Orlans Associates and BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP (Case #10-113498-NO).  For the whole article, go to: http://livinglies.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/mfi-miami-to-file-bar-complaint-against-orlans-associates… […]

  11. it’s just a board complaint, not a court finding of anything. and it really doesn’t make sense. attys usually have protection during litigation from these claims, and a claim of perjury against an atty doesn’t work either. perjury only applies to giving of false testimony. one can’t be both a witness and counsel.

  12. cube2k awesome youtube. thanx

  13. riddle me this… how does orlans produce assignments for their lender clients that are signed by their own (orlans) employees? they sign as vice presisdent or assistant secretary of mers, but are actually sitting in the back office of orlans, being paid by orlans, but signing off as mers secretaries, vp’s and assistant vp’s on assignments even though they never worked a day for mers and are not compensated by mers!! isnt this practice somehow illegal? seriously? this law firm could produce any evidence it wants in terms of assignments by drawing them up and having their backroom employees sign off on them as agents of mers. fraud?

  14. cubed2k…heres the outrage i did laugh but its so not funny and its mf truth isnt it… send it to Matt weidner, his way of expressing outrage is a bit different but im sure this is what all of us feel inside.
    but im pretty screwed, i have no home, cant shoot and im too small to kick ass. maybe i should take ninja classes, a 49 yr old ninja mom… i am still looking to our courts foolish as it might be. i do however believe in divine intervention…thats what this mess is going to take. when the cost of living is triple what it is now , like europe, i think we will get those people off their couches. and my god whos gonna clean up that guys place.

  15. steve is fearless and reminds me of Roger Cook. action oriented.

  16. WARNING, VERY STRONG LANGUAGE.

    How many feel like this guy?

  17. MFI-Miami are not attorneys. Check their Web as shown on their article. They have an agenda against Neil Garfield, Foreclosure Hamlet, Matt Weidner, etc.,
    On the other hand, the complaint is very good and we should start filing more of these in Florida.

  18. Good job steve – keep it up. Deb

  19. At least this appears to be a step in the right direction,more of these would be extremely helpful.Why wasn’t this happening years ago?

  20. Excellent ,, we need a few thousand of these to get the attention of plaintiffs attorneys.. I really like that what is alleged is at the same time so evil and so ordinary here in Florida ,, “business as usual” .. none of them are safe.

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