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SECOND QUALIFIED WRITTEN REQUEST June 21, 2013 DEAR JP MORGAN CHASE: Attention of Vice President S.

Davis This letter is a Qualified Written Request seeking information pursuant to Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act, 12 U.S.C. 2605(e), a dispute of the debt which constitutes the subject matter contained in the complaint referenced above, to be validated pursuant to F.D.C.P.A., 15 U.S.C. 1692-1692p, and an assurance that abusive, deceptive and unfair debt collections practices which allegations are the subject matter of this communication. Given that MERS signed a consent decree with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, dated April 12, 2011 Reference: OCC No. AA-EC-11-20, Board of Governors Docket Nos. 11-051-B-SC-1, 11-051-B-SC-2, FDIC-11-194b, OTS No. 11-040, FHFA EAP-11-01, wherein MERS Officers, as the duly elected and acting Boards of Directors of MERS and MERSCORP, agreed to Cease and Desist in the electronic filing of false documents to the County Recorders Office, banks, and any other party or parties. I am hereby demanding, as per the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act rights, that are granted, thereby the following information be provided to me within 30 days, as per the act. I am hereby requesting information about the fees, costs, and escrow accounting of my above-referenced loan. I need to know that my principal is going down and that I am paying it down in a proper fashion and that I am paying the right party. The information I am requesting as part of this letter is as follows: 1. A complete accounting, including the total amount of the principal and paid on the account up to the date of this letter; 2. A statement indicating the amount to pay this Loan off in full as of receipt of this demand; 3. The monthly principal and interest payments, and monthly escrow payments received from the date of the Loans closing to the date of this letter; 4. A complete payment history, including how those payments were applied, including the amounts applied to principal, interest, escrow, and other charges; 5. The total amount due of any unpaid principal, interest, escrow charges, and other charges due as of the date of this letter; please separately identify each amount due; 6. The payment dates, purposes of payment, and recipient of any and all fees and costs that have been charged to my account; 7. A copy of all documents executed by the Borrower, and countersigned by the Lender, at the closing of my Mortgage; 8. The name and contact information of the current holder of the Mortgage that the original Lender and Borrower signed, along with any Assignment both recorded, and unrecorded, at the County Recorders Office where the property is located; 9. The name and contact information of the current holder of the Promissory Note that both the Borrower and Lender signed at the time of the creation of the instrument, whether it be unrecorded, or recorded, at the County Recorders Office; 10. The date that the current Debt Holder acquired the Mortgage and Promissory Note Instruments, including from, and to whom, the Documents were Assigned, whether unrecorded, or recorded, at the County Recorders Office where the property is located;

11. Competent evidence of my Legal Obligation to pay this debt and that you are the Legal party to pay; 12. The date your company began servicing the Loan; and 13. The name of the previous servicer of the Loan; 14. Please provide a copy of all trust agreements pertaining to this account; 15. Identify the Beneficiary and/or Creditor and/or Investor pertaining to this account; 16. Provide a copy of all servicing agreements (master, sub-servicing, contingency, specialty, and back-up) pertaining to this account; 17. Provide the CUSIP number and all reference numbers associated with the above Loan number, and associated with the creation of any and all securities transactions and sales of this Loan; 18. Debt Collectors are governed by the FDCPA regulations which statute section pertaining Validation of debts 809(b) states that if the consumer notifies the debt collector in writing within the thirty-day period described in subsection (a) that the debt, or any portion thereof, is disputed, or that the consumer requests the name and address of the original creditor, the debt collector shall cease collection of the debt, or any disputed portion thereof, until the debt collector obtains verification of the debt or any copy of a judgment, or the name and address of the original creditor, and a copy of such verification or judgment, or name and address of the original creditor, is mailed to the consumer by the debt collector. You are required by law to provide confirmation that you have received this Qualified Written Request within five (5) days, as mandated on January 1, 2013, under 12 U.S.C. 2605(e) and by the Dodd-Frank Act. Thereafter, you must respond to these questions within thirty (30) days of receipt of this letter, as is also required by 12 U.S.C. 2605(e) and the Dodd Frank Act. The Penalty for failing to respond is $2,000 plus Actual Damages. Just to be sure I have contacted the correct party with this letter, Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal, and Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent. Professionally yours,

Tanuja Singh Murray, J.D., MBA, B.S. Chem.E. T Patrick Murray CHASE LOAN # _________________ 200 S Valley Road Paoli PA 19301