When a servicer requests to be recorded and records a Corporate assignment deed of trust, and has it signed by "attorney in fact for the previous beneficiary" who signs?
The previous servicer signs, or the one who is assigning the deed of trust to the subsequent party.
Is it someone from the beneficiary that is assigning the deed of trust or someone from the new servicer/beneficary that signs the assignment that is being recorded?
Someone from the beneficiary who is assigning.
I have been working on this day and night for 3 months now and have uncovered so much fraud. I was being foreclosed on with no loan # XXXXX foreclosure Notices and by previous beneficiary. I kept calling the substituted Trustee (who was substituted in the name of the previous beneficiary) but no assignment to the new beneficiary was done. Then, en voila, they recorded an assignment, but it is obviously robosigned and signed by the new beneficiary, not the one granting it. It turned out the old beneficiary didn't even know about it. I have been lied to, put on hold, told my loan is a Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHL and it is none of the above. More to this story, but I would really appreciate it if you could answer this question, or call me. I want to submit a complaint and will be doing so pro se, unless I have time to get an attorney. I have all the info./research and docs and timelines of complete fraud.
You are most welcome, and I am sorry that you have been so misled in the past. Please let me know if there is anything further that you need assistance with, and I will try to do my best to assist.
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