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Robosigners in Your Records

Robosigner List including Tamera Sacdoval, Cheryl Samons and Peter Suarez

Find these robo signer signatures in your mortgage or foreclosure documents and you may have a case for mortgage or foreclosure nullification.

Dismissal for fraud is appropriate where “a party has sentiently set in motion some unconscionable scheme calculated to interfere with the judicial system’s ability impartially to adjudicate a matter by improperly influencing the trier of fact or unfairly hampering the presentation of the opposing party’s claim or defense.” Cox v. Burke, 706 So.2d 43, 46 (Fla. 5th DCA 1998).

Sacdoval, Tamera

Saerer, Christina Anne

Sainz, David

Salazar, Josie

Salmon, Marie

Saluja, Rana

Samons, Cheryl

Samsing, E. Tyler

San, Pedro, J.C

Santos, Monique

Sbaffoni, Yolanda

Scheffey, Shelly

Scheiner, Scott

Schilling, Thomas

Schleppy, Greg

Schultz, Theodore

Schumann, Amy

Schwartzseid, A

Scodeller, Raymond H.

Scroggins, Robert

Seda, Roderick

Seidel, Keith

Selman, Keri

Senat, Louis C

Sevillano, T

Sharp, Jnetta

Shaw, Jennifer

Shelton, Nikole

Shir, Guy

Shpitsek, Alla

Sicilia, Jose

Simmons, Ellis

Sinclair, Kesha

Sjolander, Michelle

Slee, Swarupa

Smith, Kathy

Smith, Craig T

Smith, Shannon

Snow, Brittany

Sobotta, Jodi

Sorg, Vicki

Soriano, Emily

Spohn, Stacy

Spohn, Stacy E

Starling, Starlene

Stefan, Laura

Stephan, Jeffrey

Stevens, Cynthia

Stevens, Kim

Stewart, Cindy

Stoke, Coleman

Stokes, Coleman

Stoldt, Bobbie Jo

Stotts, Roger

Stoudemire, Robert

Suarez, Peter

Sweatt, Tammy

 

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Documents and Links

 

Banks Issuing Robosigner Foreclosure Settlement Checks

The five largest mortgage servicers in the country were sued for “issuance of improper mortgages, premature and unauthorized foreclosures, violation of service members’ and other homeowners’ rights and protections, the use of and false and deceptive affidavits and other documents, and the waste and abuse of taxpayer funds.”  Florida Times Union

 

Cheryl Samons

Cheryl Samons may have been responsible for more families losing their homes than any other robosigner. Ms. Samons was in fact the Office Manager of the Law Offices of David J. Stern and supervised hundreds of Robo-Signers.
Full Deposition Cheryl Samons

 

Robosigners  Tammie Sweatt and Beth Cerni signed as Cheryl Samons according to the Deposition of Tammie Lou Kapusta

 

Cynthia Stevens

signature found in Assignment of Note and Deed of Trust

 

Shannon Smith

False Notorization Deposition

 

Jeffrey Stephan

GMAC employee who was the first identified as a robo-signer, has acknowledged in sworn deposition that he prepared 400 such foreclosures a day.

Jeffrey Stephan Deposition

 

Brittany Snow Signing as Notary

 

Roger Stotts

Foreclosure fraud victim's video shows fraudulent signatures of robo-signers Roger Stotts, Erica Johnson-Seck and Dennis Kirkpatrick.

Robosigner Roger Stotts

 

 
 
 
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