Foreclosure Notice…

Hello everyone,

I get to experience Foreclosure on my home in Montebello, CA.  Here are two documents, the NOD (Notice of Default) and the Payments I been making to the Loan Servicer.  I have not experienced that the Loan Servicer wants me to stay in my home.

Ed Reidhead







My Foreclosure Experience Begins with a “Notice of Default” from the bank…

Hello Everyone,

Today I just learned that the Bank (Federal Reserve Bank, the Bank of New York Mellon, JPMorgan, Chase, One West Bank, IndyMac Bank) that holds the mortgage on my home at 537 N. 6th Street, Montebello, CA  90640 has started a foreclosure process against my brother (I actually live in the house) as I continue to pay the monthly mortgage.  I have had many mixed feelings on this, I feel like the best thing I can do at this time is to be transparent and share my experiences for the benefit of All.

I am seeking legal advice from those that understand the systemic fraud being practiced in the mortgage markets.  I am committed to filing a lawsuit against the bank for the many Fraud’s committed and continuing in the mortgage market.  I am standing for my financial freedom and everyone’s financial freedom…

more to follow…



I am very appreciative of Neil for posting this valuable financial information. I am happy to repost this and share it with as many people as possible. Ed

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The Federal Reserve Has Set You Up: Set Them Up – Right Back

by Anonymous

With the economy in its present Federal-Reserve-orchestrated-condition, your eventual default on the promissory note and mortgage against your property is assured.

Prepare now, for that inevitable day. The following is one possible course of action against the criminal banks:

References to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) are to the Federal UCC. Each state in the union, except Louisiana, has adopted the Federal UCC into its own law. The Federal UCC can easily be cross referenced to your local jurisdiction. When using the UCC in your jurisdiction, reference the version of the UCC adopted in that particular jurisdiction.

i.e.: UCC § 3-301 has been adopted in the Alabama Code at — Ala.Code 1975, § 7-3-301.

The Cornell UCC state locator can be found here:
LII: UCC – Locator

When in the position of being unable to…

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