Ignacio Damian Figueroa v. MERSCORP, Inc., et al., was the first public declaration of Wall Street mass-documentation fraudclosure process and first known declaration of the nature,extent and genesis of the affliction known as "MERS." Prior to the Figueroa Complaint, victimized borrowers, homeowners' assistance programs and the like had created websites and blogs questioning suspicious occurrences during foreclosures in Florida. But these interested persons had never been able before to synthesize their collective knowledge, experience, and evidence into a coherent, big-picture explanation of the subprime conspiracy. The Figueroa petition categorized and catalogued the parade of oddity after anomaly, irregularity, and mysteriousness so that each forged document or missing signature could be placed in its correct place in the overall scheme of things. These items, like the Samons assignments created by David Stern, and the Indymac assignments of "Johnson-Seck," was shown to be a badge of fraud.
The sphere of oddities took shape as each fraudulent act took its place in the newly-understood organized criminality. The new world they form was first declared in Figueroa to be exemplified by MERS. It all is explained in the Complaint in Figueroa v. MERSCORP, first filed on July 26, 2010.
The case having wrongly been dismissed by the District Court below, the proposed class action is now briefed and ripe for ruling by the United States Court of Appeals of the Eleventh Circuit.
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This form is designed for potential members of our class action lawsuit. Potential members are persons in Florida who have ALREADY lost their homes to foreclosure.
If you wish to tell us about other matters, including current foreclosures, please use the telephone number (954)567-5877 and/or email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you think you may qualify for our class action, please complete this form. In the "comment" section, please indicate whether:
1. The Plaintiff in your foreclosure action was represented by the Law Office of David J. Stern;
2. Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure was entered against you; and
3. Your mortgage mentioned Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., ("MERS").
Finally, we want to know whether: 4. You have copies of the complaint to foreclose and the final judgment in your case.
If the answer to any of the above is "no," please provide us with all relevant information as it is still possible we can help you.