Bagels at a Bar Mitzvah

kraftykrab

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OK, research geniuses....lol.....

I need a hand on something. I'm looking for every assignment of mortgage I can find with Nathaniel Mansi's signatures on them. Any source, any where, unofficial copies are fine because then I'll know where to get the official ones. Anyone got a little time to help me out? Thanks in advance

EDIT--these will be Caliber Home Loans assignments
 

kraftykrab

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If you know of counties that allow free online searches, please let me know those too, so I can dig in.
 

kraftykrab

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Give me a rough time frame-I'll find him.
From mid-2014 up to within the last couple months. The guy no longer works there, but they have still been using his name in court papers even though he left there in May, I believe. After then, he was named as a likely witness to be called in at least one foreclosure case. When the list was narrowed down, his name was removed, but the first list had over a dozen "default specialists" and "document support specialists" from Caliber all named as possible witnesses. If you find any after he no longer worked there, that would be a big fat bonus!! lol
 

wanda robo

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From mid-2014 up to within the last couple months. The guy no longer works there, but they have still been using his name in court papers even though he left there in May, I believe. After then, he was named as a likely witness to be called in at least one foreclosure case. When the list was narrowed down, his name was removed, but the first list had over a dozen "default specialists" and "document support specialists" from Caliber all named as possible witnesses. If you find any after he no longer worked there, that would be a big fat bonus!! lol
I've sent you a few, but they're from the clerk's office& marked "Unofficial Document". I'll go into the court dockets & send you the ones that aren't marked unofficial(if they exist). I'll do Jersey you do Florida, OK?

Pinellas County Florida is usually a wealth of information & it's free. Brevard is good, Hillsborough, Broward.
 

wanda robo

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From mid-2014 up to within the last couple months. The guy no longer works there, but they have still been using his name in court papers even though he left there in May, I believe. After then, he was named as a likely witness to be called in at least one foreclosure case. When the list was narrowed down, his name was removed, but the first list had over a dozen "default specialists" and "document support specialists" from Caliber all named as possible witnesses. If you find any after he no longer worked there, that would be a big fat bonus!! lol

Do you happen to know if Mr Mansi owns or owned a house? It's always good to always produce the Mortgage he signed when he financed his own house(the signatures rarely match the robo signed fraudulent signatures).
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kraftykrab

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Do you happen to know if Mr Mansi owns or owned a house? It's always good to always produce the Mortgage he signed when he financed his own house(the signatures rarely match the robo signed fraudulent signatures).
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No he doesn't but I have his signature from San Diego County HHS.....here's a hint....it is like night and day different from the assignments I have seen. All of them.
 

kraftykrab

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Do you happen to know if Mr Mansi owns or owned a house? It's always good to always produce the Mortgage he signed when he financed his own house(the signatures rarely match the robo signed fraudulent signatures).
;)
Been checking Florida today, thanks for helping!!
 

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Here is the link to the Lost Note Oral Argument I was talking about, if anyone is interested. Investors Bank

man, it's not even watchable....it buffers every three or four words...sucks, I really wanted to see this. I have been at it ever since you posted it, the furthest I have gotten is the first attorney mentioning the UCC governing the enforcement of lost promissory notes.
 

wanda robo

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man, it's not even watchable....it buffers every three or four words...sucks, I really wanted to see this. I have been at it ever since you posted it, the furthest I have gotten is the first attorney mentioning the UCC governing the enforcement of lost promissory notes.

I know it sucks. I even tried it on Firefox. Hopefully it will get fixed when they put it on Rutgers Law site. I'll let you know.
 

wanda robo

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I have some concerns & am counting on you guys to help me sort through this. I never meant to put bagels in any kind of jeopardy, please believe me. I know people troll & read our posts but for the most part, I believe we're all sincere & have something to contribute. I've always thought there are "trollls" but trolls don't scare me. I hope you all feel the same way. People will read & tuck away (just like us) & try to understand. At least that's what I always thought.

Now something is off. It isn't right. Not here on bagels but on other posts on loansafe. A person who is losing her home in Maine and alludes she is in contact with a famous Maine atty, then shifts gears and hints at a famous Ohio atty . Doesn't make sense to me.

I have always been open, transparent, and have posted my personal journey every time I post.
I've posted my personal email on bagels several times. I've posted court filings & never redacted my name.


I may caution we may not want to do that anymore.It could be me, but I want you guys to know, the people I love, that I don't feel good about this.


I don't know, maybe it's Halloween, but I'm spooked. Please, my friends don't respond to other threads besides bagels until someone, that I trust, explains to me their thoughts.
 

wanda robo

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I am going to chalk it off to Halloween. I was reading too many articles about "physiological haunting".

I'm good today, I shook it off. I'm going to stick with studying the law.

;)
 

wanda robo

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OK so its funny joke at the expense of the taxpayers' expense time.(The names have been changed to protect the innocent)

Jane Doe files a Claim for Housing Discrimination with the Dept of Housing & Urban Dev.
In one of the address lines on the envelope she puts "Claim for Housing Discrimination Dept."
HUD denies receiving the letter then with faced with proof of the mailing, their argument is the address line "Claim for Housing Discrimination" was too confusing to be routed to the correct department.

You can't make this stuff up.
 

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Happy Halloween Everyone
Some lighter notes for the Bagels Bunch ....
‘‘Twas my moms birthday RIP.
Dad used to say she flew in on a broom. They were married over 60 years.

When I was younger, I’d always be conflicted about my Halloween costume ... what would I “be”.
My mother’s answer:
Put a raisin in your belly button and go as an oatmeal cookie.
Appropriate since I was tan. However, never took her advice in this particular situation.

BTW Wanda
Always felt a connection to you cuz my mom grew up on a dairy farm in New Jersey. The farm’s still in the family. Had a fleeting thought when I lost my home that perhaps they’d take me in and I could learn how to milk cows.. um .. NOT! Not much of a morning person. Haha Love ya
Take care !
 

wanda robo

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Happy Halloween Everyone
Some lighter notes for the Bagels Bunch ....
‘‘Twas my moms birthday RIP.
Dad used to say she flew in on a broom. They were married over 60 years.

When I was younger, I’d always be conflicted about my Halloween costume ... what would I “be”.
My mother’s answer:
Put a raisin in your belly button and go as an oatmeal cookie.
Appropriate since I was tan. However, never took her advice in this particular situation.

BTW Wanda
Always felt a connection to you cuz my mom grew up on a dairy farm in New Jersey. The farm’s still in the family. Had a fleeting thought when I lost my home that perhaps they’d take me in and I could learn how to milk cows.. um .. NOT! Not much of a morning person. Haha Love ya
Take care !
OK, so wanda being wanda, I LOVE the stick a raisin in your belly button & be an oatmeal cookie. So far I've had 6 trick or treaters. Didn't know what any of them were except a cute little Harley Quinn.

Happy Halloween, my friends. Next stop, eating frenzy for Thanksgiving & then the Blessed Day of Days.

I'm reliving a scenario all over again. 2 (or maybe 3) years ago I anxiously awaited my fate & posted would it be a trick or a treat. I so thought it would be a treat, but it wasn't. It was a state court judge taking away my home of 31 years, without good cause. It was all a trick.

Now I'm facing the same trick or treat situation with the Federal Government in my Federal case. LMAO they can't ruin Halloween because the gov'ts MTD doesn't get ruled on until 11/4. Hey HUD, guess what, you can't ruin my Thanksgiving because I don't need to eat "turkey" I just need to Thank God for His gifts.So maybe, just maybe you should work on ruining Christmas? NOPE not happening either.

I Love Everyone On Bagels. Happy Halloween(Scary wanda face) LOL.
 

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Well that was entertaining. What could be more invigorating than seven days without electricity, running water, phone and internet while facing the threat of going up in flames in a firestorm? The banal and the existential all at once, if you know what I mean.

There's a joke that goes, 'How many dimwits does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One to hold the lightbulb and a few hundred to spin the house around'.

Somehow the powers that be got to thinking along those lines when it comes to fighting fires. Rather than putting out the fire just remove the flammable things. So in their infinite wisdom they settled on a power outage and evacuation and told a couple hundred thousand people to go away and live in a parking lot for a week. Fighting disaster with another disaster. Text alerts saying mandatory evacuation by 4:00 in the afternoon. No doubt chaos ensued and seemingly everyone in my town hit the road. Marshall law on the streets in case of looters while masses of cold, hungry people lived in their cars on the outskirts of a massive wild fire.

I say seemingly cause I don't live in town and wasn't there. It's difficult for me to envision my whole town passively (if hysterically) just hitting the road because they were ordered to, leaving behind a ghost town. Out in the country where I am we don't necessarily do what we're told. Yeah, there was some yoyo coming down the road with his siren wailing at 3:30 am shouting and disturbing people's sleep but we pretty much ignored him. Don't get me wrong, if he'd been riding out here risking life and limb to warn us with a firestorm at his heels he'd be a hero but waking up people in the middle of the night with a fire in the far distance doesn't earn you any medals.

Out of the nine houses on my road only one family evacuated. The rest of us were prepared to leave if there was imminent danger but we trusted our own instincts to make that call.

That was challenging. Some rocket scientist forgot to provide backup generators for cell phone towers. Once the power was turned off we were facing a wildfire seriously handicapped without communication, no fire maps. It becomes primitive, you smell the air, gauge the distance of dark smoke and figure the wind direction.

The worst night my friend and I took turns sleeping while the other was the lookout on the roof watching for heavy smoke and flames. It's a trip contemplating your mortality against a fiery backdrop while preparing to load a truck full of seven cats, a terrier, a Golden Retriever and a large parrot then drive like hell

It was tough not being able to cook or read by candle light, wondering if the ice was keeping food fresh enough to eat and after it wasn't living on crackers. It was especially awful not being able to take a shower or flush the toilet. But what sucked the most was no internet.

Still, it beat evacuating. The good news was that despite this gigantic 80,000 acre fire there was no loss of life. A couple hundred structures, a winery or two but no one was killed by the fire. On the other hand evacuating didn't save any lives, people would have been just as safe, no safer at home.

Wanda will want to know the movie sound track playing in the background. Neil Young's iconic Rust Never Sleeps with a special nod to Powderfinger.
 

wanda robo

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Nature is amazing & puts us right back in our places. I'm so very glad you are safe & the sale was postponed (for now). I'm certainly not a "Pioneer Woman". I lose power for an hour & throw a hissy fit. Take away my computer & "thems fighting words". LMAO.

I never used to be like that-guess this whole foreclosure mess has changed me & not in a good way....