December 13, 2014
See below email showing Bob Garrassi's 3 questions to FDIC employee after he sent Garassi a list of purported "mortgages and notes" that Chase purportedly "acquired" under the P&A agreement when WAMU collapsed in summer of 2008 (when the bubble burst) note the FDIC sent only a list of notes in New York. this is where Bob Garassi files his actions to recover damages for banksters failures to return the "original note" to the borrower as "cancelled" after the bankster forecloses and sells to a new buyer or rents the home out.
You all should send an email to this same FDIC rep (or send letter addressed to him at FDIC) and request a list of all the "notes and mortgages" that Chase purportedly acquired in YOUR STATES--- of the list for any other bank who purportedly "acquired" "notes and mortgages" from the failed banks. after he produces the list (similar to the list of NY notes and mortgages attached below then send him the same 3 questions which Garassi presents below. If he refuses to produce then do a Freedom of Information Act formal written request which he must Respond to when received.
Attached please find FDIC's mortgage assignments as recorded in the Saratoga County Clerk's Office in New York. The dates are from 2009 to present.
Download Attachment (PDF)
Three questions arise:
- If JPM Chase took all the mortgages and notes via the P&A Agreement with the FDIC in 2008, how is it that the FDIC is doing the assignments of these mortages and notes subsequent to the Chase acquisition?
- How do we get a list of all the notes and mortgages that JPM Chase took under the P&A Agreement?
- If JPM Chase didn't take all the notes and mortgages, how do we get a list of those notes and mortgages that JPM Chase didn't take, and what happened to those notes and mortgages?
Nancy Duffy McCarron, CBN 164780
Attorney, Real Estate Broker, BBB Arbitrator, CA Notary Public
Certified Forensic Loan Auditor, Property Manager
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