Results from a Recent Audit

The foregoing information or findings are from a  recent foreclosure audit for a judicial foreclosure case brought by SPS attorneys

What we found is least to say  unconscionable. The cash to close is amortized at 100 years . The installments appear a ground lease . The note cancelled  backdated to 1916 and brought back to the date of the filing

Back-dating appears to defeat certain  repealed acts and protections afforded consumers as well as open lucrative tax loopholes . It all falls under the Y2K warnings and that now appears more of a disclosure warning


Y2k Bug – By Y2 K we mean the banks will  calculate interest on a per day basis. Its a fact and documented that one day can be converted into 100 years interest, backdated for   recapture, negative accrual and actually falls under generation skipping. It has to do with shared computer networks and the formatting of the date

Hearing date is 5/11/2018

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