Friday, November 19, 2010

Sarasota Private Eye Bill Warner's Ongoing Investigation Into the Activities of Florida Default Law Group and it's Attorneys, When Will The FBI Step in?

Florida Default Law Group, P.L. 
9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300
Tampa, Florida 33634
Phone: 813-251-4766
Fax: 813-251-1541
Paperwork Puts Foreclosure Firm Florida Default Law Group In Hot Seat But They’re Not the Only Ones Says Judge, David J. Stern Law Office Leads The Way In Florida Foreclosures. Posted: April 30, 2010 by pibillwarner in crime and terrorism  SARASOTA HERLAD TRIBUNE APRIL 30th, 2010…..The Florida Attorney General’s office is investigating whether one of the state’s largest foreclosure firms is using fabricated or misleading documents to retake properties. The civil investigation into Florida Default Law Group in Tampa became public on the Attorney General’s website Thursday, stating that it appears the firm presents faulty bank paperwork in thousands of foreclosures each month.

Florida Attorney General’s Office Active Public Consumer-Related Investigation Florida Default Law Group, PL and Michael Echevarria. Posted: November 2, 2010 by pibillwarner in crime and terrorism. Florida Default Law Group, PL and Michael Echevarria appears to be fabricating and/or presenting false and misleading documents in foreclosure cases. These documents have been presented in court before judges as actual assignments of mortgages and have later been shown to be legally inadequate and/or insufficient. Presenting faulty bank paperwork due to the mortgage crisis in thousands of foreclosures per month. This firm is one of the largest foreclosure firms in the State. This firm appears to be one of Docx, LLC f/k/a Lender Processing Services’ clients, who this office is also investigating.

TAMPA TRIBUNE…Florida Attorney General’s Office investigating the involvement of one of it’s attorneys with the Florida Default Law Group “foreclosure mill”, and so it continues. Posted: November 4, 2010 by pibillwarner in crime and terrorism Erin Cullaro, a former employee of the Florida Default Law Group foreclosure mill, now works as an assistant attorney general in Tampa for the Economic Crimes Division of the attorney general’s office.  While working for the attorney general’s office, Cullaro was approved to work as a notary for the Florida Default Law Group foreclosure mill, the state law enforcement agency said. Her conduct in that role is now being questioned in connection with an ongoing foreclosure lawsuit that alleges her role was a conflict of interest and that her notarized signatures were inconsistent. Court documents assert that she signed off on documents while out of town on business with the attorney general’s office.

Foreclosure Mess Could Threaten Banks, Report Says Deutsche Bank and Their Attorneys, Like Florida Default Law Group in Tampa, May have Broken the Law.  Posted: November 16, 2010 by pibillwarner in crime and terrorism. Revelations that several big mortgage issuers sped through thousands of home foreclosures without properly checking paperwork already has raised alarm in Washington. If the irregularities are widespread, the consequences could be severe, the Congressional Oversight Panel said in a report issued Tuesday. The full impact is still is unclear, the report cautions.  Employees or contractors of several major banks have testified in court cases that they signed, and in some cases backdated, thousands of certifying documents for home seizures. Financial firms that service a total $6.4 trillion in mortgages are involved, according to the new report. Big banks including Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Ally Financial Inc.’s GMAC Mortgage have suspended foreclosures at some point because of flawed documents.

TAMPA TRIBUNE Judge Susan Gardner wants answers to foreclosure document fees of Florida Default Law Group and Attorney Robert Schneider who Gouged Bank With $1,630 Fee For a Process Server. Posted: November 19, 2010 by pibillwarner in crime and terrorism. OH COME ON TAMPA TRIBUNE TELL IT LIKE IT IS … Florida Default Law Group Attorney Robert Schneider Gouges Bank With $1,630 Fee For a Process Server, FBI Needs to Investigate These Clowns.  WALL STREET JOURNAL 11/16/2010…In Florida, Judge Susan Gardner of the Sixth Judicial Court, a two-county region that includes St. Petersburg, ordered three lawyers to appear in her courtroom next month to defend fees contained in foreclosure affidavits. Judge Susan Gardner threatened to lock up the lawyers (Florida Default Law Group) if they don’t show.  In one case, Robert Schneider a lawyer for Florida Default Law Group in Tampa signed an affidavit that included $1,630 in fees for a process server, according to legal documents. A review of the file found that “reasonable” cost of process-server fees charged in a foreclosure case would be $175.

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl.