How to Verify The Florida License of a Financial Institution

1) Go to http://www.flofr.com/Consumer/Verify.aspx
2) Select the type of institution you are interested in
3) Enter the required information in the online form fields

Public records requests from the Department of Financial Services are available by request for inspection pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. There is no charge for on-site inspection of public records.

Customers have the option of obtaining copies of requested records in hard copy, electronic, or compact disk. Obtaining copies of documents will have a charge, which will be invoiced and must be paid before copies of documents are delivered.

Certification of documents has a $5 charge, plus any costs for printing more than 10 pages ($0.15 per page) and the hourly rate should this take time to pull their file.

Email a public records request to PublicRecordsRequest@myfloridacfo.com 

Please include your telephone number.

Send a written request to:

PK Jameson, General Counsel
Florida Department of Financial Services
200 E. Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0307

How to Smoke Out Fake Vice Presidents

It is well documented that banks use fraudulent documents to foreclosure on homeowners. One important piece of paper in their nefarious scheme is the allonge. An allonge is an "assignment" of a promissory note. In most cases, the banks use fake Vice Presidents to sign the allonges.

One way to unmask the fake VP is as follow:
1) Go to secinfo.com if the company is traded publicly
2) Locate the 10-K filing of the year the note was endorsed
3) Click on "Executives Officers of The Registrant"
4) You will find the name, age, and title of all the officers of that company
5) Write to the SEC to obtain a certified copy of the 10-K filing.
6) Introduced the certified copy into evidence
7) File a motion to strike the fake allonge

The same technique can be used with the mortgage assignments. 

If the entity is a Florida corporation, do the following:
1) Go to www.sunbiz.org
2) Search for the entity
3) Locate the annual report of the target year
4) The report will have the officers of the company and their position.
5) Check https://efile.sunbiz.org/sbs_ar_instr.html for meaning of title abbreviations
6) Write to the department of state to request a certified copy of the report
7) File the certified copy with the court.
8) File a motion to strike the fake document

Corporations should use the following abbreviations:   "P" for president/pastor; "V" or "VP" for vice president; "S" for secretary, "AS" for assistant secretary; "T" for treasurer or trustee; "D" for director; "C" for chairman or clerk; "CEO" for chief executive officer; "CFO" for chief financial officer. A person may serve in more than one capacity. For example, use the letters "PST" for an individual who is president, secretary and treasurer.

Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s) should use the following abbreviations:   "MGR" for manager; or "MGRM" for managing member.

For Florida companies, requests for certified copies of documents must be submitted in writing.

Submit your written request to:

Certification Section
Division of Corporations
P.O. Box 6327
Tallahassee, FL 32314

Please be sure to include the name of the entity, its Florida document or registration number, the type of document (i.e., Articles of Incorporation, Amendment, Dissolution, etc.) and the date the document was filed with this office. Make your check or money order payable to the Florida Department of State. Do not send cash.

A certified copy of a corporate document is $8.75. A certified copy of a limited liability company document is $30. A certified copy of a general partnership, limited liability partnership, limited partnership, or limited liability limited partnership document is $52.50.

A certificate of status of a corporation, general partnership, limited liability partnership, limited partnership or a limited liability limited partnership is $8.75. A certificate of status of a limited liability company is $5.00.

If the company is a Delaware corporation, you must send a written request to Delaware Secretary of State and ask for the annual report of the corporation you are interested in. The request must be mailed to:

Mailing Address for Written Requests

  • Division of Corporations
    John G. Townsend Building
    401 Federal Street
    Suite 4
    Dover, DE  19901

The filing fee is $10. Make sure to follow the filing instruction.

How to Make a FOIA Request to The SEC

Source: http://www.sec.gov/foia/howfo2.htm

A FOIA request for a copy of U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) records can be made by any individual, private organization, or public organization, other than another Federal agency. The request must made from the SEC web site at https://www.sec.gov/forms/request_cert_docs.

How to Obtain Copy of a Florida Notary Application & Surety Bond

One way to obtain detail information on a Florida notary is to request the original application from the Department of State.  They will mail you the application and the bond certificate. These document will help you unravel more of the deceit being perpetrated by the foreclosure mills.

Send a letter to the Florida Department of State with a money order of $6.50.

 

Sample Letter

Department of State
Division of Corporations
Notary Commissions

P.O. Box 6327
Tallahassee, FL 32314

Date: 01/01/2010

ATTN: Certification Section

To Whom It May Concern:

I would like to obtain a copy of the Notary Application and Bond Certificate for Florida notary JANE DOE ( Commission# DD0484456) which expired on 09/17/2010.

I have enclosed a check for $6.50.


Searching Florida Statewide Official Records

myFloridaCounty.com web site allows you to search statewide official records and get copies for a fee. You can also obtain certified copies of any document for an extra fee ($2.00). If you plan to proffer the document as evidence in a law suit, it must be a certified copy pursuant to Florida Evidence Code.

 

Florida Foreclosure Mills Notaries Data

The links below contain the notary public commission application of these robo-notaries. The application has their real signatures. If your mortgage assignment or affidavit has been notarized, and the notary did not use his/her real signature that renders the document invalid.

Maxine Rolle - Law Office of David Stern
Patricia Hutchens - Florida Default Law Group

Erin Cullaro - Florida Default Law Group

Debbie Crosson - Florida Default Law Group

Elizabeth Pagan - Law Office of David Stern

Krystal Williams - Albertelli Law

Nancy Thomas - Albertelli Law
Linette Juarez - Albertelli Law

Vanessa Cortez - BankUnited
Glenn Camarillo - BankUnited

 

Infamous Depositions