Stop Foreclosure and Mortgage Fraud with FRAUD STOPPERS Foreclosure Defense System

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FRAUD STOPPERS, the Nations #1 rated foreclosure defense company, can help you save time and money, and inc...
FRAUD STOPPERS, the Nations #1 rated foreclosure defense company, can help you save time and money, and increase your odds of success, getting the legal remedy that you deserve. FRAUD STOPPERS is a National Private Members Association that provides Cutting Edge Litigation Support Products & Services to Law Firms, Foreclosure Defense Advocacy Groups, and Pro Se Litigants fighting foreclosure and mortgage fraud Your FRAUD STOPPERS Membership includes: 1. A Mortgage Fraud Analysis 2. A UCC mortgage fraud report (if applicable) 3. A Potential Cause of Action Consultation 4. Powerful Administrative Documents 5. A Turnkey Federal FDCPA Lawsuit 6. How to Win Quiet Title & Foreclosure Defense Training Videos 7. And 3 Bonus Reports that reveal Inside Banking Secrets, like • How Table Funded Loans Really Work, • How Best to Respond to a Notice of Default, • Methods Banks Use to Control Judges, • Information on Quiet Title & Free Houses, • Winning Court Strategies, • Winning Cases, • and More! Your FRAUD STOPPERS mortgage fraud analysis can help you determine if your mortgage loan contains legal violations, breaches of contract, or fraud that could result in you having the legal standing to sue for financial compensation, quiet title (clear and free title to your home), or both! When you join FRAUD STOPPERS you get a Mortgage Fraud Analysis Conducted by a licensed private investigator, who specializes in mortgage fraud and chain of title issues, looking for legal violations and breaches of contract found in your loan Your mortgage fraud analysis includes a Bloomberg Securitization Search, and a comprehensive examination for violations of the Federal Uniform Commercial Code and Local Laws of Jurisdiction regarding the possible improper Negotiation, Transfer, and Delivery of the mortgage loan contract throughout the securitization process.