Note Endorsement: A board certified forensic document examiner inspected my court file, including the original note and mortgage. He certified by way of an affidavit, & possibly to testify, that the blank endorsement was STAMPED after issuance of summons. There was no written signature, by a VP of a bank that closed 8 months prior to issuance of summons. The note attached to the summons was not endorsed. Three filings made in the case had minor changes that altered the note. The plaintiff's attorneys are renowned for robo-signing, even in these days, and had numerous Fraud on the Court judgments against them. With this information, together with 14 other major problems including strong Federal and State evidential exhibits, what are my chances in a Motion to Dismiss for Fraud on the Court?I am still to file two motions, Motion for Re-Consideration and Motion to Delete and Submit Further Interrogatories prior to the one mentioned above. The above should have read " STAMPED with no written signature...". Thank you for your great answers. I am humbled by your help and concern in helping me and my young family, together with the People of America and the World at large, to maneuver through all this greed, fraud and corruption in the banking, financial and governmental institutions. May God Bless You All.