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Law Offices of Les Zieve / Foreclosed with fake papers

1 Fresno, CA, United States Review updated:

the law offices of les zieve foreclosed my property showing fake documents. i had a lawn modification with bank of america in 2011, then a short sale in 2012 which didnt go thru, because a problem in the title, then les zieve, forecloses my property on 2015 saying the i defaulted the lawn modification terms in 2012, which I was having a short sale, not a lawn modification, and he said it was with bayview lawns and I never had the lawn mod with bayview. If you have evidence pls contact me or send them to the state bar to have les zieve removed his license so he can never ever do fraud and wrongful business with victims like us.
forgive me if I write lawns but this site is stating that it is a forbidden word

Jul 22, 2015
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  • Tt
      6th of Sep, 2017
    +1 Votes

    If your home was informed sold at a foreclosure auction, contact the consumer bureau and ask that the so called lender produce proof of the "pay off" or discharge if the purported trustee sale bid covered the debt. The holder of the lien can submit a credit bid but anyone else will need to pay cash or check. If you have excess proceeds from the purported sale and Zieve deposited the proceeds with the Court, check the deposit slip to see if the clerk signed and dated the date the payment was deposited into the TRUST and type of payment. Confirm the proceeds were deposited into the Trust and not into the bail account or some other account. If a trustee sale actually occurred, the proceeds would be deposited into the TRUST. Check the substitution of trustee and notice of trustee sale documents purported recorded in official records at the Recorder's Office. Were they recorded in official records or were they registered/filed in the registrar? Submit a freedom of information act request with the county recorders/info online and ask that specific question, is the document a Deed of Trust or Trust Deed? Most, if not all of the filings are indexed and not officially recorded. Check the DOT spelling, if it is incorrect, request a copy of the notary public's journal and compare the information because banks are not allowed to make mistakes, they must submit accurate information. The DOT is reference of a contract, request from the lender that contract the DOT is referenced to; which is likely the TRUST/securitized. Get a abstract of title report (this will be difficult, go to a real estate broker and pay them for a property profile going as far back as you can, compare all documents, notice any patterns? is there a lien on the property? was the lien removed? does it show that you caused a transaction to be recorded and then reconveyed it to yourself? Was there a refinance of a home equity line of credit on your property? what was the actual amount? Request the application and the loan documents relating to the equity line of credit. What was the actual amount borrowed? request information from the insurance commissioner, the CA Department of Business Oversight (questions to Servicers). If you determine that there was no lien senior or junior or that the servicers could not pony up the "pay off" of the purported loans they claimed to have paid off, it was highly likely a credit transfer. Was your loan a home equity line of credit account? was it secured with a lien?

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