Foreclosure Fraud? OIG of FHFA Investigating Albertelli Law, Subpoenas Served
Foreclosure Fraud? FHFA Investigating Albertelli Law, Subpoenas Served
Well look what we have here. Albertelli Law is once again under investigation by a government agency. According to the recently filed Motion for Protective Order, ALAW is seeking an entry of an order pursuant to Fed. R. Evid. 502( d) that protects against a waiver of attorney-client and work product privileges with regard to any documents produced by ALAW in response to the Subpoenas.
I wonder if a Freedom of Information Act request on the OIG of the FHFA would turn up anything interesting. Anyone want to give it a try?
I also wonder if this has anything to do with the Miami Judge that Sanctioned Tampa-Based Albertelli Law earlier this year for a ‘Frivolous’ Foreclosure.
This reminds me of the good old days of accidentally leaked emails concealing foreclosure fraud…
Wells Fargo: Yes David. Here is the message I sent over in LPS Desktop:
We are in the process of trying to complete the
theftjudgment affidavit on this file, however the one that was received has the Plaintiff as DEUTSCHE BANK AS TRUST COMPANY AMERICAS AS TRUSTEE FOR GMAC-RFC MASTER SERVICING. We have the plaintiff as U.S. BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR RALI 2006-QSB. Once the change is fabricatedacknowledged by your office we will forgeexecute the affidavit received. Your office can assign the bid at sale or the affidavit can be falsifiedresubmitted to email@example.com mailbox with an amended plaintiff name. Either option to steal this houseis acceptable to us – please advise on how your office will proceed to impose a fraud on the courtproceed within 48 hours or the file will be stopped.
Albertelli Law: (paraphrased) We will leave this “as is” so just execute the affidavit, Linda Green will do. There is no association on this matter so we don’t have to worry about paying them any fees.
Motion for Protective Order below…
Motion for Protective Order
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