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Robo Signers Celebrate One Year Anniversary and Roy Oppenheim Looks for Foreclosure Off Ramp

This is the anniversary no one wants to celebrate. “We’re hitting the one-year anniversary of the robo-signing crisis,” noted Roy Oppenheim, Florida foreclosure defense attorney. “The banks said it would take 60 days to fix. It didn’t take 60 days. It’s been over a year.” A recent article in the Daily Business Review highlights October as the anniversary month when […]

Mortgage Servicers Turn Robo Signers, Original Docs Just Don’t Exist

Fri Jul 29, 2011 by on Florida Law News

Carelessness, neglect and an utter disregard for proper procedures is something Oppenheim Law has come to expect from the mortgage industry. So it is no surprise that mortgage servicers might have turned once again to robo-signing in order to foreclose on homes, according to Reuters. This time it’s because the original documents don’t even exist! During the housing boom, over […]

Robo-Signing Returns, Raising Eyebrows and Acid Reflux

Oppenheim Law would never accuse the banks of committing fraud, perjury, impersonation, notary fraud, contempt of court, lying, violating Constitutional protections, or being tax cheats. Nevertheless, we do make this advisory: Be careful of what you sign. Why? As soon as you think the coast is clear, it’s the return of the robo-signers. Suspected robo-signed documents are cropping up again […]

Oppenheim Law Shares Robo-Signer Story with Sun Sentinel Real Estate Writer

Homeowners and lawyers including Roy Oppenheim say overwhelmed lenders and judges are rubber-stamping foreclosures, overlooking major problems and compromising the defendants’ rights to due process. In a recent interview with Sun Sentinel’s Real Estate Writer Paul Owers, Roy Oppenheim and Geoff Sherman shared a recent case of improper foreclosure. “This case is a symbol of the crisis,” said Oppenheim, whose […]

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