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Complaint Review: Litton Loan Servicing, LP, Washington Mutual Bank And U. S. Bank, NA As Trustee
Litton Loan Servicing, LP, Washington Mutual Bank And U. S. Bank, NA As Trustee4828 Loop Central Drive Houston, Texas U.S.A.
Litton Loan Servicing, LP, Washington Mutual Bank And U. S. Bank, NA As Trustee GRAVE ROBBERS: STOLE DECEASED RELATIVES HOME AND EVERYTHING INSIDE, TOO!! Houston Texas
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Alvin Friedman, attorney for WAMU filed a 'LOST NOTE AFFIDAVIT WITH THE COURT. IN ADDITION, ON APRIL 4, 2006, A JASON BOURDEAU SIGNED AN AMENDED DEED OF REMOVAL AND APPOINTMENT OF "SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE AS VICE PRESIDENT AND AUTHORIZING AGENT WITH U. S. BANK, NA. However, manager at corporate offices for U. S. Bank indicated they had no one by that name that worked for their company. It is believed that Jason Bourdeau was an employee of Litton Loan Servicing, LP in their Default Unit. Litton also frauduently overcharged Mr. Johnson late fees indicated on their Payment History Record. Although, WAMU indicated he was not late on their Payment History Transaction record.
Litton Loan Servicing, LP authorized deceased relatives home was illegally entered with forcible entry and whole contents of his household was removed without a court order, sheriff's office and his family's permission. Field Inspectors hired by the company Mohamed Tariq Rahman, of 1st Baltimore Acquisition and Javed Nasir of Prosperity System broke into my deceased cousins home, changed the locks and stole family belongings, i.e. furniture, housewares, antiques, chinaware, silverware, computer, televisions, other personal affects, (i.e. insurance policys, bank books, other legal document records, money, and etc.) family memorabilia and etc., and other involved by gaining unauthorized access to Charles Johnson, decedents home without permission of family.
A former Litton employee, Ms. Murray has told me and other Litton victims also, indicate BPO's and Field Inspectors are hired out by Litton to stake out and secure homes in foreclosure. These inspectors break locks to do inspections, and removed contents of homes. His cousin believes this is the case in her cousins breaking and entering of his home. Cousin also believes that purchasers are same Field inspectors that bought her cousins home at the Auction Sale.
The Friedman Law Firm, attorneys for Litton has unclean hands and is believe to be in cahoots with Purchasers named above that bid on my cousins home at Auction sale defaulted on their loan settlement agreement contract for up to (5) months. Friedman, attorney for Litton sent written correspondence to the hospital and Shock Trauma unit were cousin was hospitalized and later died.
His cousin requested HUD COUNSELOR'S to ask Litton and its lawyer's to reinstate Mr. Johnson's loan so she could recoup her family members home. Again, sub trustee lawyer's ignored Ms. Howard's request and asked court for a resale that was granted on September 8, 2005. The sub trustee lawyer has posted resale for October 14, 2005 in the Daily Journal. When his cousin telephoned sub trustee attorneys to verify Resale, she was told at the last minute, sub trustee attorneys canceled Auction Resale without notifying her or the court. She was also told during telephone conversation that defaulted purchaser had came up with loan financing for Mr. Johnson's home sometime in late September 2005 or early October 2005.
Rahman and Nasir multiple listed Mr. Johnsons property with real estate outfit name Icon Realty located in Woodlawn put home back on the market for a resale for twice the price, which is PROPERTY AND LOAN FLIPPING. Defaulted purchasers did not transfer DEED OF TRUST or title out of Mr. Johnson 's name UNTIL NOVEMBER 11, 2005. However, it was a deliberate and intentional act Litton, its lawyer's and with the aiding and abetting of the court kept Ms. Howard from intervening to save her family's home. Even though under the law as Personal Representative she had full rights under the law to take control of her family member's estate and protect his estate.
Finally, an attorney by the name of Samuel Fields, claiming to be an auditor whom the Baltimore City Circuit Court clerk indicated they did not know, as well as the City Comptroller's Office was hired by The Friedman Law to handled the Accounting Report for the distribution of Auction Sale. The Accounting Report he compiled was flawed and fraudulent and did not include the theft of my relatives personal property.
Sam Fields overcharged late fees, interest, foreclosure/auction fees, and attorney fees which is illegal racked up over $17,000 illegal fees due to filing a foreclosure action in lieu of filing a Probate Estate. I requested that he include in his report the theft of my relatives personal property. However, he became very agitated hanging the phone up on me. There was no monitoring by the court or any one else for that matter, so they were aloud to get away with this.
Charles and lynn
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