A woman forged my deed & recorded it 3 times forging 2 dead persons signatures plus forging mine. Now Wells Fargo want to foreclosure because woman who never had the right to receive mortgage on my property that she never lived in or did we have plans for her to purchase property. She lied on transfer claiming to have gave me $48,000.00 all lies.
I agree entirely with attorney Domenick. In addition to notifying the police you should also notify your homeowner’s insurance carrier and your own mortgage company. I would add that you also need to act promptly if Wells Fargo has expressed an intent to foreclose; that dispute against the fraudulent mortagee might have already been initiated already without your knowledge and you stand t lose rights to object to the transaction. You should retain an attorney familiar with foreclosures and quiet title actions.
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My first suggestion would be to go to the police. Serious fraud appears to have been committed, and building a case against the perpetrator would also benefit you in combating Wells Fargo's foreclosure efforts. Providing documentation to Wells Fargo establishing fraud may convince them to cancel any foreclosure efforts. There are many details to address, so I do believe you should be prepared to hire an attorney. But right now, the police would be my first stop.
Some facts are missing. Who is the woman? Who got the money? Your defense will need to have these questions answered. Depending on the answers you may have a good defense, but it will be costly.
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The execution and recording of these documents all require notarization. You're very extensive accusations of fraud seem highly unlikely. However, your fact pattern is not impossible. You need to get to a local foreclosure defense attorney immediately and they will help you proceed with the fraud as well as the foreclosure charges.
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