There are many struggling homeowners on the brink of foreclosure, and scammers have been there to capitalize on it, offering “mortgage elimination” or other foreclosure tactics that in some cases are illegal. One commonly advertised service is a Securitization Audit.
A number of companies have been pushing “forensic loan audits.” Since knowledgeable attorneys and homeowners recognize these “audits” are basically useless, scammers are now peddling, securitization audits. The supposed reason given for a ‘securitization audit’ is to determine the true owner of a promissory note. Allegedly, with this information, the homeowner can show a court that the party actually foreclosing on a mortgage is not the actual note owner.
These scammers are charging fees for information that is free to everyone. There is absolutely no need to pay for a securitization audit, but the scammers are counting on the fact that the average homeowner does not know that.
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