And for the Curious — MERS is a Trademark of Bank of America

see https://www.fraudstoppers.org/wp-content/uploads/MERS-NATIONSBANK-SECURITY-AGREEMENT-assignment-tm-1773-0949.pdf

So much for being an independent private title registry

It’s all smoke and mirrors. And an interested reader and client sent me this:

When I looked up the address on the MERS Registration Trademark that you posted today on your blog, it came up with a Virtual Office Location.

What are the main features included for McLean, VA Location Services?

Answer:

  • Professional business address
  • Mail & package receipt, dedicated locking mail box on site in most locations
  • Mail forwarding on request (daily, weekly, or monthly) cost of postage additional
  • Use of address for business license, business cards, website, etc.
  • Local presence & drop off & pick up point for clientele
  • Lobby & directory listings available for $25 per month at most locations
  • Access to private day offices & conference rooms at hourly rates ($25+)
  • Complimentary access to cyber café’s with wireless internet, coffee/tea bar, etc. where available

About this Location

Thank you for visiting Davinci Virtual. At our virtual office locations in Executive Suites of Tyson’s Corner, 8201 Greensboro Drive, McLean, VA 22102 we have everything to meet your virtual business needs. Continue your telecommuting or home working and impress your clients with a virtual address at Executive Suites of Tyson’s Corner, 8201 Greensboro Drive, McLean, VA 22102.

5 Responses

  1. “If MERS didn’t default and paid off its loan”…

    can you please explain what loan(s) MERS would have to pay off and where would they get funding? This is not sarcasm, Bob. I’m serious. Pledging a trademark, interesting concept, from where I sit.

  2. Americans Against Foreclosures ( AAF ) continue the fight against fraud and corruption. https://www.facebook.com/groups/aafhelpus/

  3. This is a big nothing burger. All MERS did was pledge its trademark for a bank loan from Nationstar. If MERS didn’t default, and paid off its loan, the lien was released.

  4. This I evidence in our case and thanks to Ken dost for his finding this a couple years ago.

  5. Great find…peeling the onion.

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