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The Longest Year

The longest year has actually lasted 18 months and then some. It all started on Earth Day, 2016, when my mom (of blessed memory) laid a tree limb on top of my home. I was sitting in the house, in the bedroom, near Mom’s sewing corner. I heard the limb crack and waited for the whoosh that follows the falling limb when it falls from a height. This time, there was no whoosh, only a thud as the mighty limb laid itself down on my roof and across the two adjacent on the east side of my home.

I dashed outta there like a house afire and immediately called my insurance company, Safeco. It took them more than a week to respond.  The first adjuster was corrupted by MGC Mortgage, the mortgage servicing company that has claimed to hold a mortgage on my property since 2003. Actually, Beal Bank made that claim. I never heard of Beal Bank until probate closed and they started sending me threats to sell my property without notice because they held a Trust Deed.

How do you fight a bank that claims to hold a Trust Deed on your property that was never mentioned in probate? In fact, no claims were made against my mother’s estate, and the only concern of the Court was whether or not I had paid the property taxes. MGC Mortgage paid the property taxes once they were raised too high for me to pay. They opened up an escrow account to gain access to my property when they had no right to do so because they really did not possess a Trust Deed. But the threats were real enough, so I went to a bankruptcy attorney because bankruptcy is the only way to stop a foreclosure, or so I was told.

About six months into this bk, I received payment for the repair of my home. I told my attorney, took him the first check and told him another would follow soon. He copied the check and told me to mail it to MGC, as their name was on the check because they claimed to be a lienholder. Then, the attorney allowed MGC Mortgage and Beal Bank to take the money without putting it into a draw account so that the repairs to my home could commence. Several months later I discovered my attorney never submitted the payment information to the Court, who sent me notice of dismissal for failure to make payments. I wrote the Court directly to tell them I had paid, dearly, and did not understand why the Court was unaware of the payments. MGC Mortgage/Beal Bank corrupted my attorney. He kept the bankruptcy open to collect his fees. I objected, told the Court my story, and his fees were denied, the bankruptcy dismissed.

By this time, my insurance company had moved me to longterm temporary housing. I was only supposed to be there about six months. Turns out I was there 18 months. Nothing recommends living at the beach if you seek quiet. I was housed next door to a senior assisted living facility. The sirens blare two, three times a day and night. Very disturbing and disheartening for me, the living. The apartment itself was 1970s stock, poorly insulated, dusty, dirty in that deep-down dirty that comes of years of use without serious upgrade. Way too much money was paid to house me in that space, but as I am not the moving kind, I sucked it up and stayed. I remained inside for the majority of time I was there. I could go onto the balcony to look at the sea, but there was not much to inspire a need to go out and walk amongst the smokers, the homeless, the stuck-up rich folks, or the neverending dogs. These people are so dog happy they bring the beasts into markets, put them in shopping carts and on check-out counters, and nary a word is said to them. What happened to the law? None of these pocket pooches were service dogs, but employees of the stores are forbidden to even ask if a dog is a service animal. No concern for people allergic to dogs, no protection in the places we have to purchase our food. You are welcome to the beach and the inconsiderate, snotty wankers who live there. (To be fair, I did get to know a few of the people in the complex in which I was housed. They were kind, kept to themselves, and were remotely friendly.)

What I am doing here is writing out my rage. About three months ago, I asked my current insurance claim adjuster about the funds in my account. Nearly $50K was stolen. She told me she would give me the info once she was back in the office, and then proceeded to say nothing for two months. Instead of answering my question, she gave me a final extension on my housing and told me my home was ready for me to move into. When I arrived at my address, I found a mound of dirt in the front yard, a mound of dirt and an open trench in the back yard, a palette for a porch and plywood steps leading into my “brand new house.” My 31 year-old, full of fruit, lemon tree was cut down to accommodate a driveway. A garage had been crammed into a space for which it was never meant to be as my lot is angled in the back, a fact the drafter of the plans failed to take into account. The garage is too close to the house and the driveway is also too close to the house. Had the angle of my lot been accounted for, the garage could have been placed in the front, and my lemon tree, all of my flora could have been saved. My yard has been denuded because of an error that occurred at the beginning of this process. To add insult to this massive injury, the County of Los Angeles wants to add foreign trees to my front yard because they are on the plans. The plans also feature a back door, but I am not allowed to have that. My house resembles a coffin and I quite hate it.

I sent video of the condition of the site to Safeco. My adjuster’s supervisor was out; she knew he would be. Finally, after calling for help all morning, on Shabbos, I was connected with her supervisor’s supervisor. She arranged for an extension of housing, but that would require me to go back to the beach. That had become untenable. So, now I am back in short-term housing at the Residence Inn. And I still have gotten no information about the funds remaining to complete the project. I feel like I am being managed, and that I am being forced to return to the coffin before all work is completed.

I want my adjuster fired, like the first one was. I wonder if Safeco has any agents I can trust. I am absolutely furious about the gaslighting and abuse I have experienced over this, the longest year of my life. Hope I survive.

 

 

 

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Case Closed?

Looky here, folks. The final tote board. Not one indication of the $48K taken from me, no indication of the foreclosure that propelled me into bankruptcy, except that Beal Bank is clearly listed as a creditor. My, my.

That $1680 – $68.40 are the only fees recorded by the Court. Tortfeasor Brad Weil filed for >$9000 in attorney’s fees. I objected, citing his failure to represent me, his failure to account for my insurance monies, his failure to perform due diligence, his negligence & malfeasance. The Court agreed with me as his fees have been removed from the final accounting.

I have been robbed under the cover of the law.

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Documentation

Before the Independence Day break, I sent the FDIC 22 pages of documentation refuting the claims of Beal Bank.

To refute their claim that they owned my mother’s mortgage loan in 2003, I submitted the business name filing statement from Texas that says Beal Bank came into existence in 2010. This information came from counsel for Beal Bank and was included in the documents said counsel submitted to my attorney for the bankruptcy I was forced to file to stop the foreclosure Beal Bank claims they did not issue.

Also, I think I figured out how this scam was run for such a long time. In 2011, MGC Mortgage told me to file an Affidavit of Heirship to become authorized to take over my mom’s mortgage. I sent a copy of this document that I was told, after submitting it, was not the appropriate document to use, and I would still not be authorized to discuss the loan. What they did was create a file with my name misspelled with the addition of a superflous letter. All information about the property went into this file, including the insurance information. My name is on the insurance from 2011 and MGC Mortgage knew this. The name on the homeowner insurance and on the mortgage must match to be legal. I sent a copy of my insurance declaration from 2011 with MGC Mortgage listed as a lienholder and showing my last name misspelled, thus putting to rest the lie that they had no notice of my mom’s death until 2013 during probate.

To the Beal Bank 15: Check all your documents for errors of this nature. Name misspellings and missing document numbers that would allow for tracking a document’s history over time. Having acquired the original Trust Deed document with all escrow and loan numbers, I was then able to send FDIC and Beal Bank the document showing that Residential Credit Solutions was the servicer of the mortgage and held it at the time Beal Bank claims to have owned the loan.

I sent many other documents to FDIC to support my claim that I have been robbed by Beal/MGC/Dovenmuehle et al. systematically over time, starting from 2008 when the real estate bubble burst and spilled corruption out all over American mortgage consumers.

I want my insurance money back. In fact, I want all money back that was paid to this institution because I am not convinced that their claims are at all valid. If there was a valid claim, why all of these lies, obfuscations, and the dreaded runaround?

 

 

 

 

 

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BEAL BANK RETURNS PROPERTY TAX REFUNDS and TRUST DEED

General Counsel for Beal Bank, Grant Hamilton, was wrong. I did, and continue to have something coming, you schmuck.

I received twice as many checks and twice as much money as was proffered before. Of course, no interest was paid. Also received the original Trust Deed document with the promissory note, stamped PAID IN FULL. That was exactly what was supposed to have happened 10 months ago when this debt was paid by confiscation of my homeowners insurance claim funds, which I expect to have returned.

One reason for the return is the court documents claimed I owed one amount and Beal Bank took twice that amount from funds to which it had no right.

Second reason for return is Beal Bank has provided no evidence that they had a right to those particular funds, that were made out to me and MGC Mortgage, Inc. MGC Mortgage had commandeered my insurance because they noticed the name on the insurance did not match the name on the mortgage–a decade later they notice this. To make the names match, they listed the mortgage as the Estate of my Mom, and said the payment came from that Estate. Trouble is, the Estate has been closed for two years. They knew this, but Beal Bank, who I had no idea was involved with my property in any way, filed foreclosure against the property anyway, citing a Trust Deed. Had the Trust Deed been in effect, it would have been mentioned during probate. It never was because the TD was not in effect for non-Californians. Says so right on the front page. Also states that whoever holds the TD can be held liable for claims against the holder should they violate stipulations. I feel violated.

Beal Bank certainly had no right to take the money and it had no right to cloak the payment under the Estate as it has been closed for two years. Why I got two years worth of property tax refunds.

My attorney failed to report the payments to the court, failed to report that Beal Bank was paid off before the case was confirmed, failed to be ethical.

I have been robbed of 47,810.92 American dollars by Beal Bank. My home was razed and that money was to pay for repairs. My name was on the check because I pay the bill for the insurance, have done for a decade.

Beal Bank is busier than a cat covering it up, desperately denying any knowledge of what their “affiliate” is up to, as if it isn’t up to doing Beal’s dirt.

Betchu know what is going on now, Grant Hamilton, General Counsel for Beal Bank who is most unprofessional, unethical, and quite possibly criminal in his defense of Beal Bank.

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BEAL BANK RESEARCHES MY CLAIM

I have now received two acknowledgement letters from Beal Bank. All sorts of acknowledgement, but none of my cash.

Gaslighted for more than ten years, made to pay a mortgage I did not owe nor own. Wrongfully foreclosed against my property. Forced me into bankruptcy. I believe they bribed/threatened/paid off my bk attorney because he let Beal Bank’s claims go unchallenged, up to and including when they stole my homeowner’s insurance claim funds, cloaked the theft under the cover of a nonexistent Estate, and provided no accounting and no prommissory note plus original Trust Deed.

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The Last Word

Brad Weil had me bring the check in to copy it as I told him when I received the check that it was made out to me and MGC Mortgage. I told him they were likely to take all of the money when they were supposed to put it into a draw account. I also told him at that meeting that another check was coming, all of this prior to the confirmation hearing. I told him that I had to sign the check and send it to Beal Bank. He provided the address that I used to send the funds. He did not tell me that he was going to allow them to take the funds to pay off the Trust Deed they claimed to possess. I did not choose to use the proceeds to pay off the mortgage. I could not do that. That is illegal. Insurance funds must be used for repairs.

Shortly after meeting with Brad Weil in his office, after the funds had been taken, I received a remainder check from MGC Mortgage addressed to the Estate of Bessie Turner. Brad Weil told me to sign the check as the executor of my mother’s estate and cash it. I refused to do so because the Estate had been closed for over a year as I informed Brad Weil. The property was awarded to me in Probate. MGC Mortgage/Beal Bank was the only creditor involved in the Probate, and they made no claim against the Estate, but submitted documents to Bankruptcy Court made to look as if they were filed against the Estate. I called Beal Bank, told them Brad Weil did not represent me, and could I be sent a check for the remainder in my name as I am the owner of the property. A check was then sent to me in my name.

Brad Weil was most perturbed that I wrote a letter to the Bankruptcy Court stating that he did not represent me and that if my case was to be dismissed, it should be dismissed because the Bank had been paid off before the confirmation hearing and not because of missed payments. If I had remained silent, none of this would have come to light and Brad Weil would be satisfied with the payment he received and the case dismissed. Brad Weil told me I didn’t have to write to the court because they were going to dismiss my case anyway.

So, I will follow up with the Bar. When I came to Brad Weil the secon time it was because I was duped by Westfield Law Group, scam artists. He promptly gave me a complaint form to the Bar. I wonder why he would want to do less in this case. Brad Weil and the Law Offices of Les Zieve, counsel for Beal Bank seem to have been working together. I certainly see no evidence that I was his priority as a client. And I will again write the Bankruptcy Court to provide more detail about Brad Weil’s failed representation of my interests and to pray for dismissal on the grounds of possible malfeasance.

I do not have an answer for why I received no itemized statement of how the funds were used, likely because explanation of the use of insurance funds to pay a mortgage would be difficult.

I do not have an answer for the change of reason for foreclosure from Trust Deed to Mortgage after the funds were misappropriated.

I do now understand why Ms Aceves seemed genuinely confused about a payment I made. She repeatedly asked me what the payment was for. I told her Brad Weil told me to pay him the amount. For what? I don’t know. Fees?

One last thing. About a month after the tree fell on my home, I received notification from my insurance company that my policy was in danger of being cancelled because of nonpayment of premium. This was peculiar as I had my payments automatically deducted directly from my bank account. Beal Bank through MGC Mortgage changed my insurance, stating they had an escrow account and would be responsible for the bill. Then, they failed to pay the bill. I was displaced from my home, unable to live in it as it was red-tagged. Had I picked up my mail any later, I would have been without any insurance coverage and would have lost my home to scheming tricks. I told Brad Weil of this incident. He did nothing. I have to know that his inaction, failure to do due diligence, was correct.

I was guilty of providing Brad Weil with information of which he seemed unaware. I told him I could not get a HELOC as long as I was in bankruptcy, that if Beal Bank was going to take all of my funds, they would be paid off before the confirmation and then I would have to wait 30 days for the dismissal to show on my credit report. Then, I could reapply for the HELOC. When I left his office that day, I thought he was going to apply for dismissal, but he confirmed the bankruptcy after the sole reason for me being in bankruptcy was removed, then waited six months for the soft dismissal for missed payments to come about. For the record, I have not returned to my bank to request a HELOC as Brad Weil suggested in his first response. That would make no sense as I was still in bankruptcy. Brad Weil never mentioned having the Court help me get a HELOC, no mention of all this refinancing. Brad Weil, at that point, had no idea what I was going to do to get my home repaired, but I should continue making plan payments.

I provided him with an article about Beal Bank’s predatory ways regarding 15 people who also suffered wrongful foreclosures. Beal Bank preys on particular demographics: single women, elderly, disabled, low-income, in particular zip codes. He would not read it. I showed him Probate documents that stated no claims were filed against the Estate. He disregarded them. No matter how many times I told him of my abuse at the hands of Beal Bank, he did nothing, except tell me to continue making plan payments until he told me I could stop paying anytime once Beal Bank took my insurance funds.

 

Sincerely,

Subject: FINAL RESPONSE from Law Offices of Brad Weil- BCA Complaint 98810870

“The company states they never saw the money and advised her to sign the insurance check as the executor of her mother’s estate to Beal Bank as payment to apply towards the mortgage loan. She used the proceeds to pay off her home due to the foreclosure. All the company did was advise her with what to do. She can refinance the property while in bankruptcy if she would talk to the company and let them help her, but she will not talk to them. Brad Weil is trying to do everything he can to assist her. He would prefer that the customer contact him and not file a claim with BAR.  The BAR will dismiss the case if the customer does not make the payments. If the customer would like to obtain refinancing, the company can file a motion to approve the refinancing by the Bankruptcy Court. The company is unsure if the customer wants the bankruptcy dismissed  altogether. If she dismisses it, she will owe the fees in a lump sum instead of paying for it monthly. She is scheduled to be in the bankruptcy until December 2018.  If the customer would like assistance with the refinancing please contact the company for a referral and other assistance.”

Cordially,


Subject: Re: Response from Law Offices of Brad Weil- BCA Complaint 98810870

The longer I think about this matter, the more I think it should be reported to the California Bar Association. I should not have to seek outside financing of the repairs to my home. The insurance proceeds were wrongfully appropriated, just as my property was subject to wrongful foreclosure and Brad Weil aided and abetted counsel for Beal Bank in that endeavor.

Sincere regardss,

24 February 2017

 

Our office received the following response from the Law Offices of Brad Weil. Please let us know if you would like to provide a rebuttal.

RESPONSE:

“Vanesa Hamilton hired my office to represent her in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure sale of her home.  That case had bankruptcy case number 2:15-bk-25997-NB and was filed the day before the foreclosure sale of her home located at 2057 E. Lucien St., Compton CA 90222.  Ms. Hamilton did not appear at her required 341 meeting of creditors and that case was dismissed.  At that point she was not longer a client.  She contacted our office again (due to the pending foreclosure) and complained that the plan payment we put her in was too high and that is why she did not show up at the hearing because she could not make the payment required of her.  I informed her that if she had contacted us sooner we could have worked something our and amended her plan to lower the payment.  My paralegal (Vanessa Aceves) did not want to take her back as a client because we had not been paid on her previous case.  Ms. Hamilton and I came to an agreement that she would make payments on the first case (some of which she did but not all) and I would file a second case. 

 

The Second case was assigned case number 2:15-bk-29035-SK.  This case Ms Hamilton wanted us to file an objection to the mortgage company’s proof of claim and oppose the mortgage company’s Motion for relief from the automatic stay (which require extra fees to be charged to her plan).  We did that work and filed a fee application which was approved.  The plan was confirmed.  During that process Ms. Hamilton suffered a tree falling on her house during a wind storm.  The insurance company paid the mortgage in full then issued a refund check to Ms. Hamilton, however due to the fact that she inherited the home they issued it to the executor of her mother’s estate (which she had a problem with).  At some point shortly after the confirmation Ms. Hamilton stopped making her plan payments.  My office filed a motion to modify her plan which was granted.  Ms. Hamilton is supposed to resume her bankruptcy plan payments in March.  It seems she has stopped  communicating with my office and has chosen instead to file a complaint with your organization.  From what I gather she wants to refinance but is having a hard time doing that while in bankruptcy.  There is a way to refinance while in bankruptcy and if she would communicate her wishes to my office I could help her accomplish that.  At this point I have no communication from Ms. Hamilton except the complaint she submitted to your organization.”

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DEAR FDIC (Real/Real)

I am submitting this summation of my experience with Beal Bank for your later regulatory review of the Bank. If, as your representative informed me at my last call to your agency, Beal Bank is not required to give me an accounting of the loan, nor required to maintain records from the origination of the loan, nor do anything other than assert their right to foreclose on my property, then it is true that the agencies alleged to serve consumers truly do nothing except support the interests of banks. I wondered why your representative was arguing so vehemently for the Bank, so I did some research and found the FDIC actually buys accounts and sells them to the banks. This was the case with Beal Bank. Seems like a conflict of interest, but I’m only a consumer who now understands I can expect no help from FDIC.

Beal Bank, through their attorneys, Zieve, Brodnax & Steele, LLP, have alleged that a claim was filed against my mother’s estate, that Beal Bank owned the loan from 2003, and that a trust deed was signed over to them by AAmes Home Loan in 2004. Also, my home is scheduled to be sold at auction on 7 June 2016.

For the record, there was a trust deed recorded between my mother and AAmes Home Loan. Zieve Law falsified documents saying the trust deed was made over to Beal Bank.

As I stated before, Beal Bank did not own the loan in 2003. They did not begin servicing the loan until 2007-2008. That is as far back as they can account for the loan, and that would make sense as AAmes and RCS were the prior servicers of the loan. At no time in all the time I made payments to MGC/Beal Bank was a trust deed mentioned. Also, you now are in possession of the statement from MGC that they had been notified of my mother’s death in 2008, the year they began servicing the loan. Yet, they continued to do business with a dead woman even though I tried many times to find out what I needed to do to be recognized as the party now responsible for the property.

Zieve Law filed a document with the bankruptcy court that is made to look like a claim was filed against the Estate. However, the Final Distribution states no claims were filed. MGC Mortgage was the only creditor notified of the probate and would have needed to file a claim as my mother died in 2005 and there are time constraints associated with filing a claim, particularly when the decedent has been dead longer than one year. Not only was a claim not filed, but foreclosure proceedings were started as probate was closing.

MGC/Beal Bank does not service home mortgages according to their statement, so I do not understand why, if a trust deed was held, and my mother’s death was known, why I was instructed by MGC/Beal Bank to “just keep paying the bill?” Why was I made to complete loan modification documents, several times, when home mortgage loans are not serviced? Why was the communication with the servicer in Illinois cut off when they were the entities I had been taking instruction from since 2008? FDIC suggested I work directly with the servicer, but they will not communicate with me directly. I have called their representatives to reach disconnected numbers.

To say that it does not matter when probate is filed, as MGC’s representative did, is disingenuous. Because I filed probate seven years after my mother’s death, I was responsible for the back taxes, calculated from her date of death. Had I filed probate before filing the change of ownership paperwork, I would not have incurred the large tax bill that prevented me from closing probate for two years. The Escrow department paid the taxes, but the department that dealt with loan modification was unaware of this. When I called MGC in Illinois to let them know probate was closed, I was told that I couldn’t close probate because I owed back taxes, not that there was a trust deed. When I sent a copy of the Final Distribution, suddenly all lines of communication shifted to Texas.

I have sent paperwork to the tax assessor’s office that should result in a recalculation of the taxes, bringing them back to the level they were at my mother’s death as I qualify for certain exclusions and exemptions that could only be accessed following probate.

Throughout this process, I have been portrayed as a liar, not notifying MGC/Beal Bank of my mother’s death until 2012.  MGC/Beal Bank is not communicating with me. They are, however, attempting to run roughshod over the probate court’s findings to take my property.

Zieve Law wrongfully foreclosed on my property, filed no claim in probate court, recently posted their name rather than MGC/Beal Bank on the listing of trust deeds filed with the County Recorder. Zieve Law also states in their foreclosure paperwork that they performed their due diligence in attempting to contact my mother regarding the matter. Really, when they knew she was dead from 2007? Why all the subterfuge when, if a legitimate trust deed was held, a claim could have been filed with the probate court in 2012? Because Zieve Law has falsified documents, violated the probate findings, and wrongfully foreclosed on my property, and forced me into bankruptcy and destroyed my credit, I am reporting them to the California Bar Association for their questionable legal practices.

As the regulatory authority, and business partner of Beal Bank, I do hope an objective review of this financial institution will occur. However, I believe this will not happen. All agencies I have had the misfortune to contact during this ordeal stand firmly behind the entities that are hurting consumers. I do have an attorney, but what about those who do not have the means to hire counsel to fight behemoths like Beal Bank? We simply lose, right? And the robber barons continue to fleece us with the support of agencies charged with assisting consumers fight the deep pocket banks.

Thank you for your attention.

 

cc: Congresswoman Janice Hahn

      Senator Elizabeth Warren

ADDENDA

21 September 2016

To date, MGC Mortgage/Beal Bank/Zieve Law have taken proceeds from my insurance claim to satisfy the trust deed. I am owed payment for the overage, but cannot get a check issued in my name because, according to MGC Mortgage, they “are allowed to process checks only in the name of the mortgage holder.” Despite repeated calls to Beal Bank, as no one at MGC will speak to me because they “have no authorization” to do so, I cannot get this money refunded to me in my name.

MGC knows that the Estate of Bessie M. Turner has been closed for two years as they started their foreclosure when probate was closing, therefore I cannot get the measly $400 that was left over from their beggaring the insurance funds that were in my name. I have been told by several contractors that the taking of the insurance funds to pay the mortgage is illegal, but if it is, no doubt whatever their actions are they will be found legal as they have been through this entire process.

I still do not know if I have clear title to my property as MGC/Beal Bank will not return the original trust deed. Perhaps the law has changed and they no longer have to return this document, but I will just have to wait and see what happens as I have no one, no legal counsel to explain what MGC/Beal is doing, and they are unwilling to communicate directly with me.

This brings me to the crux of the matter. Average people do not have adequate access to good legal representation that fights the likes of Beal Bank. Lawyers are in it for the money. Pro bono is a sham. Legal Aid offers such limited options for those of us with no money when we all know that is the grease on the wheel in this monetized materialist milieu. They are known for all the matters for which they offer no help, just as are most of the consumer agencies that claim to be there for us poor slobs.

If not for luck and grace, I’d have lost my home to these scoundrels, thanks in part to the lack of adequate access to protections and protectors of consumers and their rights, and in large part, to a lack of money.

I was able to access a bankruptcy attorney to stop the foreclosure long enough for Mother Nature to provide a way out of this nightmare relationship with MGC/Beal. Turns out he was only in it for money, not to truly assist his client. Now that my mother’s mortgage is paid several times, and MGC has been removed from my insurance, the coverage they tried to cause me to lose by changing the payment arrangement and then failing to pay the premium, I wait for the trust deed. Until I receive that, or some explanation of why I may not have it after having paid for it, I remain convinced that Beal Bank and MGC Mortgage have been and continue to engage in fraudulent activity with me. If Beal Bank held the trust deed, why is Zieve Law firm listed with the County Recorder’s Office as the holder of the trust deed? If this trust deed is legitimate, why wasn’t it brought to my attention at the time of my mother’s death? Why is there no transparency in these shenanigans?

I do hope you will investigate all of these entities. They are crooked as a barrel of fish worms. Meanwhile, be sure to read my blog about the goings on at https://nessasnotions.wordpress.com.

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Sherrice Iverson

Sherrice would be about 27 if she had not been stolen from the world.

This baby was raped and murdered in a Las Vegas bathroom stall as a friend of her assailant, who knew what was happening to her, exited the bathroom and continued about his business.

He was dubbed a Bad Samaritan. First time I ever heard this concept used, though its existence should have occurred to me. There is no written law requiring bystanders to stop rape or murder, even of a child.

So, a baby girl was lost twenty years ago and I cannot forget her.

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Beal Bank (Real/Real)

Counsel for Beal Bank filed a falsified document with the federal bankruptcy court, asserting their right to foreclose on my property based on a secured trust deed … that was fully reconveyed in … 1997.

The purpose of probate is to establish clear title to real property. If an active trust deed existed on the property, it would have been unearthed through the probate process.

Beal Bank ignored the probate results, that awarded title to me, free, clear, and uncontested, and proceeded with their wrongful foreclosure.

Also, Beal Bank, through their falsfied document have accepted responsibility for making me pay for a mortgage that was not mine for 10 years.

Waiting for the BK court to tell me something, but have to wait until April.

I think I am owed some money.

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Neighbor Done Lost Her Mind

I have written here before about the gang members who live across the street and harass me every chance they get. Last March, the day before my birthday, I sent a Demand Letter to the owner of the property. I asked for $7500 in compensation for harassment, threats on my life, taunting, attempted humiliation, and exposure to violence. They seem to have forgotten how they have treated me from 2008 to the present day.

When they shut up after the first letter, I let it go, but the other day as I was walking out to my car to go to the 341 hearing, I was loud-talked, chided, and asked why I wanted to sue my NEIGHBORS! I was subjected to this harassment because the loud-talking woman decided to accept gossip for reality. She thought I called the Sheriff on her. Why? Must be guilt, because I hadn’t thought about them since March 2015.

Since she brought it up, I thought to renew my demand for my money. If I don’t receive the $7500 by 20 February, we will be seeing the inside of the Small Claims Court where the landlord will have to explain why she supports a nuisance.