The following article discusses two important aspects of the Robosigners in the mortgage industry. First, we have prepared a list of known Robosigners. There is no specific order to this list. Secondly, we have prepared a check-list of what to look for when trying to determine if an assignment or affidavit is fraudulent.
The following list are the names of some individuals who sign assignments of mortgages for banks and affidavits for the mortgage companies for a fee, they are not actually involved with the loans and normally they are listed as officers or employees of the banks they sign for.
Janette Boatman, John Cody, Christopher Bray, Micheal Koch, Rodney Cadwell, Sarah Block, Joe Bueno, Tamara Price, Tammy Saleh, Paul Hunt, Yvette Day, Jose Bueno, Bernice Thell, Steven Kane, Scott Anderson Dorey Coebel, Sarah Rubin, Amy Payment, Joseph Alvarado, Pam Anderson, Sheri Bongaarts, Jason Dreher, Tammy Brooks-Saleh, Etsuko Kabeya,Teresa Debaker, Jacqueline Brown, Peggy Glass, Paul Bruha, lindsey Lesch, Hari Charagundla, Robyn Colburn, Frank Coon, Cathy Hagstrom, Julie Coon, Jeremy Cox, Larry Dingmann, Kimbretta Duncan, Salina Edwards, Fedelis Fondunghallah, Fanessa Fuller, Elizabeth Gereschlaeger, Steven Grout, Jamil Kahin, Pam Kammerer, Gloria Karau, Scott Keller, Kyurstina Lawton, Whittney Lewis, Brock Martin, Joel Martinson, Donna Mc Nahght, Marisa Menza, Steve Moe, Toylor Moore, Annmarie Morrison, Melissa Mosloski, Kim Mullins, Susan Nigtingale, Richard Olasande,Ingrid Pittman, Rona Ramos, Paige Sahr, Kimberly Sanford, Erica Spencer, Renae Stanton, Maya Stevenson, Maya Stevenson, September Stoudemire,Emmanuel Tabot, Kae Maney Kue Vang, Rebecca Verdeja, Kim Waldroff, Katrina Whitfield-Bailey, Katrina Whitfield, Jerry Yang, Mellisa Ziertman, Katie Zrust, Roy Stringfellow, Amie Davis, Andrew Keardy, Tina Jones, Jamie Bilot, Vicki Kyle, Bernadette Polux, Charmaine Marchesi, Verdine A. Freeman, Lang Luu, Vishal Karingada, Dulce Diaz, Michele Boiko, Eileen J. Gonzales, Jeff Rivas, Marcia Medley, Laura Hescott, Treva Moreland, Kim Kinney, Peter Read, Judith Stone, Shivani L. Ram, Amy Jo Cauthern-Munoz, Dawn L. Reynolds, Sara Rubin, Bharati Lengade, Melony Moore, Angela L. Freckman, Kim Kinney, Jennifer Duncan, Jann Zimmerman, Steve Ballman, Anne Sutcliffe, Judy Faber, Martha Kunkie, Natalie Anderson, Scott Anderson, Joseph Lutz, Varsha Thakka, Denise A. Marvel, Michael Hanna, Ann Pinto, Toccoa Lenair, Vinod Vishwakakarma, Leticia Arias, Mutra Kumar, Sukhada Lad, Richard delgado, Fifi Volgarakis, Silvia Marchan, Sue Filiczkowski, Janice M. Baker, Aimee Austin, Keith Chapman, Neil. E Dyson, Renee L. Hensley, Joseph P. Hillery, Robert E. Kaltenbach, Brian J. LaForest, Michael H. Moreland, Steve A. Neilsen, Keith S. Reno, Margery A. Rotundo,
Strongly question the truthfulness and integrity of any assignment or affidavit signed by any of the Robosigners identified above.
The following is a list of criteria’s to look for when trying to determine whether the assignment or affidavit is fraudulent.
1.The document was notarized in Dakota County, Minnesota, or in Hinnepin County MN, or in Duval County Florida or in San Diego CA.
2.The document was executed the same day of the court filing.
3.Party signed as authorized agent, or attorney in fact for servicer or creditor or MERS.
4.Name of servicer or creditor is stamped in block letters.
5.Document appears to be a standard form with fill in the blanks for names and signors.
6.Paragraph numbers are not consistant
7.Party and Notary are the same person
8.Name of signor is not readable.
9.The signature of signor consists of loop in the form of an S or an 8
10.The dates of the signor as stated and the date of the notary are different.
11.The signor is the vice president of many banks
12.Contains many stamped names and dates.
13.The doucument has a last page or another page and the fonts are different.
14.Backdating of dates when the company or bank is out of business
15.Officers of MERS are signors.
16.The party signing is a representative of the servicer.
17.No notary seal.
18.No notary signature.
19.Name of party appearing before notary is blank.
20.Endorsement is in the form of an allonge, when there is room on the note to place endorsement.
21.Document is signed say June first 2008, but effective April 1, 2005.
22.The document pretents to name the trust as the owner signed by an agent for the originator by the servicer.
23.The mortgage is assigned, rather than endorsed from one party to a next.
24.The mortgage is endorsed from the originator to a trust.
25.The affidavit is a lost note affidavit.
26.The affidavit was signed by the same attorney who signed the complaint.
If any of these items are present in the affidavit or assignment that you are reviewing contact an attorney to disucss the matter further.
Ray Garcia, Esq.
Board Certified in Real Estate Law
by the Florida Bar