Monday, April 02, 2012

Barry Fagan v Wells Fargo Re: County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs Complaint

Complaint Summary: Wells Fargo Bank has fraudulently altered Barry Fagan's Deed of Trust. Barry Fagan has recorded all 3 versions of the same deed of trust with the Los Angeles Registrar Recorders Office on November 29, 2011 as instrument no. 2011-1608398. The recorded Notice of Pendency of Action showing three different versions of that same July 9, 2007 Deed of Trust as originally recorded under instrument no. 2007-1622100. Judge Tarle, of The Superior Court of California, West District has taken Judicial Notice of that Recorded Document. Barry Fagan has submitted credible evidence from a forensic document examiner with over 20 years of experience that multiple fraudulent alterations have occurred on the “Handwritten Number page 4” which is located on page 3/4 of the Deed of Trust. All of the Deeds of Trust now reflect an entirely different handwritten NUMBER 4, and one of the exhibits also has a snake like line drawn on it, which is not present on the other two exhibits. C.P.A. Shawn P. Adamo stated: "It is my professional opinion that the altered deed of trust is concealing an irrevocable assignment, and explains why Wells Fargo is unable to produce loan level accounting concerning Mr. Fagan’s loan. Wells Fargo claims that any level of detail relating to Mr. Fagan’s mortgage is non- existent. As a result, C.P.A. Shawn Adamo provided two expert opinions, one an affidavit signed under penalty of perjury dated January 24, 2012 and the other is a Feb. 6, 2012 complaint letter sent to various regulatory agencies explaining that Wells Fargo Bank has failed to provide a loan level balance sheet accounting and is concealing the fact that they do not own Barry Fagan's loan. Wells Fargo is a criminal enterprise that is attempting to illegally foreclose on Barry Fagan’s primary residence by way of fraudulently altered documents, and Barry Fagan's recorded documents needs to be investigated at the highest level within your organization to see that a crime has actually occurred!

Involves Real Estate Fraud?: Yes

Recorded Document #: 2011-1608398
Barry Fagan v Wells Fargo Re: County of Los Angeles Department of Consumer Affairs Complaint

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