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Wells Fargo Signer' Draws Dismissal Motion in Maryland - Bloomberg

Wells Fargo Signer' Draws Dismissal Motion in Maryland - Bloomberg

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5/6/2011

Wells Fargo `Robo-Signer' Draws Dismi…

Wells Fargo `Robo-Signer' Draws Dismissal Motion in Maryland
By Michael Riley - Nov 2, 2010

A Maryland homeowner asked a court to dismiss any Wells Fargo & Co. foreclosure actions in the state that involve affidavits given by a bank employee who said she signed documents without completely checking their accuracy. Susan Saidman asked a Montgomery County court to recognize as a class all defendants in Maryland cases with foreclosure papers signed
5/6/2011

Wells Fargo `Robo-Signer' Draws Dismi…

Wells Fargo `Robo-Signer' Draws Dismissal Motion in Maryland
By Michael Riley - Nov 2, 2010

A Maryland homeowner asked a court to dismiss any Wells Fargo & Co. foreclosure actions in the state that involve affidavits given by a bank employee who said she signed documents without completely checking their accuracy. Susan Saidman asked a Montgomery County court to recognize as a class all defendants in Maryland cases with foreclosure papers signed

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Wells Fargo `Robo-Signer' Draws Dismissal Motion inMaryland
By Michael Riley - Nov 2, 2010
 A Maryland homeowner asked a court to dismiss any  Wells Fargo & Co.foreclosure actions in thestate that involve affidavits given by a bank employee who said she signed documents withoutcompletely checking their accuracy.Susan Saidman asked a Montgomery County court to recognize as a class all defendants in Marylandcases with foreclosure papers signed by Xee Moua for Wells Fargo. In a March deposition in a Floridacase, Moua said she didn’t verify all the information in filings she signed, sometimes processing asmany as 500 in two hours.To permit “foreclosure actions to proceed based upon these false and fraudulent papers would be toaccept dishonest and bogus behavior in Maryland courts,” Saidman said in a motion filed Oct. 29.“Such a result would be an assault on the rule of law.”Saidman raised the defense against members of Shapiro & Burson LLP, a law firm that she said bringsforeclosure actions on behalf of Wells Fargo and other secured lenders. The law firm couldn’t bereached by telephone yesterday after regular business hours. Wells Fargo, the biggest U.S. home lender, said last week that it will file supplemental foreclosureaffidavits to courts in about 55,000 proceedings after finding some statements “did not strictly adhereto the required procedures.” The San Francisco-based bank has said it chose to resubmit thedocuments out of “an abundance of caution” and that none of “these instances led to foreclosures which should not have otherwise occurred.”
Ohio Attorney General
Ohio Attorney GeneralRichard Cordray last week asked judges in his state for copies of foreclosureaffidavits filed in their courts and signed by Moua. He sent a separate letter to Wells Fargo asking the bank to vacate any foreclosure judgment in Ohio involving incorrect affidavits.Marysville, Ohio, homeowner Ann Piwinksi brought a suit yesterday accusing Wells Fargo of violatingthe state’s Consumer Sales Practices Act, according to court filings. Hers is the first civil case in the
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