There seems to be a lot of questions and accusations here that need some light shed on them so that you folks can have a better understanding of just what it is that we do.
I would first like to address a couple of issues before I continue.
ATTN: notorial dissent, you may wish to edit the title of this thread. Ignorance on your part does not equate a "scam" on ours. "Process" may be a better choice of words.
Please do not take offense to the use of the word "ignorance". Ignorance is curable which is the purpose of this post.
[edit: the obvious]
Our CEO would like to thank the individual who pulled up the illegal eviction issues he is currently dealing with. There is a case pending in a court of competent jurisdiction now in this regard in where he is Plaintiff.
As for the legitimacy of our company I would like to state for the record the following;
We are an S COPR. We are a Texas private investigation company currently operating under our "temporary" license number Z11801. We have word (today) from the TXPSB that we should have our permanent number within the next 2 weeks.
We have aligned our company with one of the nation's largest legal groups (1700+ attorneys). This group (whom I am currently not at liberty to identify) is very confident that what we are providing state of the art work product and that the strategies that we suggest to attorneys will be very effective in the courts. At that time I will be at liberty to reveal the identity of this company.
In addition if any of you have read the book, "Clouded Titles" by David Kreiger you will know the direction of this process. Mr. Krieger was in my office 2 weeks ago, and he supports what we are doing 100%. We are currently working on developing a cooperative business agreement with Mr. Kreiger.
Our clients have had success with our work product though wserra seems to think I am making all of this up. As I said in another forum, time will tell so I will not have to.
As a result of our clients' successes there was a meeting of the county's clerks, DAs, and several judges last Monday here in Travis County. According to one of the county clerks who attended this meeting the general consensus is that we have the full support of all who attended the meeting.
Some of you want to know the "secret". There is no secret. Here is how this process works.
Every state has a way of dealing with fraudulent documents and lien instruments filed or offered for filing in the county records. Here in Texas it is governed by the Texas Government Code - Sections 51.901, 51.902, and 51.903.
(for your convenience;)http://law.onecle.com/texas/government/51.901.00.htmlhttp://law.onecle.com/texas/government/51.902.00.htmlhttp://law.onecle.com/texas/government/51.903.00.html
Similar statutes in sister states can usually be found in that state's penal, or criminal code.
On our client’s behalf we will have a Licensed Private Investigator (PI) order certified copies of all records regarding the subject property from the county recorder’s office in where the subject property is located in order to attempt to establish a clear and complete chain of title by establishing whether there is an identifiable “Real Party in Interest” through filed assignments and other documents within the county recorder’s office pursuant to statute.
The PI will then order a Forensic Audit of the Mortgage documents, Foreclosure documents, and Securitization aspects to be preformed on the mortgage closing documents and documents filed in the public records and all other documentation provided by the client and by information found in Bloomberg. The audits are performed by individuals who have years of experience in the lending industry and have been trained and certified by the National Association of Mortgage Underwriters (NAMU) for the express purpose of auditing mortgage documents in order to determine if the mortgage was constructed in complete compliance with state and federal consumer protection law. NAMU is the same certifying entity for many bank loan processors, and underwriters therefore the auditor’s certification must be recognized.
The PI will also perform background checks on anyone signing documents, and notarizing them. There are usually several inconsistencies found in the background checks such as; one woman found was dead and buried in Oklahoma yet 3 years later she is signing documents as a VP for Chase in California; Another we found who was signing as a VP for MERS lived in Louisiana and Oklahoma but had never had a state DL, no state issued ID, and never had a car registered in her name. In another case it was found that the notary seal had the commission expiration date (2009) scratched out and current date (2011) hand written in. The background check on this individual revealed that the individual was convicted of DUI 2 years prior and her notary commission had been revoked.
The homeowner can then put the PI’s report, audit results, and laws pertaining to consumer protection, foreclosure process, and securities before a court of competent jurisdiction for the purpose of validating that the records found in the county recorder’s office were in fact generated, and filed pursuant to those laws.
If the judge declares that the records filed in the county recorder’s office are not pursuant to state law, federal law, or constitutional provisions, and therefore does not create a valid lien the county clerk then has to remove said documents from the county records, or submit a judicial finding of facts and conclusions of law stating that the documentation or instrument(s) currently filed in the county records does not create a valid lien against real property.
As a matter of company policy we must always suggest to all of our clients that they seek competent counsel. We have had clients who have had success without using an attorney, but these clients are already well versed in the law.
Keep in mind that this process will not result in money damages. However, we have been informed by counsel that since the client has law established in your case (also called res judicata), that can be used as foundational support in the client's claim of damages in the event the client decides to sue for damages.
Set the foundation in a non-declaratory action, then sue for damages.
Now, how is any of what I just posted a "scam"? If you have any further questions all that you need to do is simply ask.
Steve Skidmore CCO
Endless Fraud Detection Services Corp.
7901 Cameron Rd.
Bld 2, Suite 325
Austin, Texas email@example.com