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Ms. Dhurata Doko

DOC Preparation and Completion Manager

Nationwide Title Clearing Inc

Direct Phone: (727) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: d***@***.com

Nationwide Title Clearing Inc

2100 Alt 19 North

Palm Harbor, Florida 34683

United States

Company Description

Nationwide Title Clearing is located in beautiful Palm Harbor, Florida, a community in the Tampa Bay area. NTC was founded in 1992 as a subcontractor to title insurers performing the technical functions of document retrieval and releasing mortgage liens f... more

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"I don't usually read the docs ...

www.legalnews.com [cached]

"I don't usually read the docs when I sign," says Dhurata Doko, an employee of Nationwide Title Clearing, a mortgage services company.

"So it is not part of your job to review the document? Your job is just to sign it? asks Florida foreclosure defense attorney Christopher Forrest during a videotaped deposition of Doko earlier this month.
"I just look for my name and then sign," she says.
...
Doko worked as a maid and assembled electronics before joining Nationwide Title Clearing six years ago.
She is one of three NTC employees whose video depositions were posted on YouTube by Forrest as part of a foreclosure case he is handling in Florida.
She and her colleagues tell of signing thousands of mortgage documents a day. One worker estimates signing 5,000 documents a day on average, another says she signs her name every 2 seconds.
...
Doko says she only signs documents as a witness. She says she never signs under the title of vice president.
Forrest then shows her a document with her name on it. "Beneath your name it says vice president? Forrest asks.
"I don't pay attention to that," responds Doko, looking uncomfortable as she answers.
"But you do agree with me, beneath your name it says vice president ... and above your name it says Financial Freedom Senior Funding Corp. So when you sign this document, do you know whether you are signing as vice president of this company or as a witness? asks Forrest.
"I just sign my name," Doko says.


"I don't usually read the docs ...

news.findlaw.com [cached]

"I don't usually read the docs when I sign," says Dhurata Doko, an employee of Nationwide Title Clearing, a mortgage services company.

"So it is not part of your job to review the document? Your job is just to sign it? asks Florida foreclosure defense attorney Christopher Forrest during a videotaped deposition of Doko earlier this month.
"I just look for my name and then sign," she says.
...
Doko worked as a maid and assembled electronics before joining Nationwide Title Clearing six years ago. She is one of three NTC employees whose video depositions were posted on YouTube by Forrest as part of a foreclosure case he is handling in Florida.
She and her colleagues tell of signing thousands of mortgage documents a day. One worker estimates signing 5,000 documents a day on average, another says she signs her name every 2 seconds. They acknowledge their signatures differ on certain documents.
The videos show that employees didn't even know the most basic mortgage terminology. For instance, they don't know what an "assignment of mortgage" is, even though that is crucial in a foreclosure case because it establishes who the final holder of the loan is.
Doko says she only signs documents as a witness. She says she never signs under the title of vice president. Forrest then shows her a document with her name on it. "Beneath your name it says vice president? Forrest asks.
"I don't pay attention to that," responds Doko, looking uncomfortable as she answers.
"But you do agree with me, beneath your name it says vice president ... and above your name it says Financial Freedom Senior Funding Corp. So when you sign this document, do you know whether you are signing as vice president of this company or as a witness? asks Forrest.
"I just sign my name," Doko says.


"I don't usually read the docs ...

thedailyreview.com [cached]

"I don't usually read the docs when I sign," says Dhurata Doko, an employee of Nationwide Title Clearing, a mortgage services company.

"So it is not part of your job to review the document? Your job is just to sign it? asks Florida foreclosure defense attorney Christopher Forrest during a videotaped deposition of Ms. Doko earlier this month.
...
Ms. Doko worked as a maid and assembled electronics before joining Nationwide Title Clearing six years ago. She is one of three NTC employees whose video depositions were posted on YouTube.
She and her colleagues tell of signing thousands of mortgage documents a day. One worker estimates signing 5,000 documents a day on average, another says she signs her name every 2 seconds.
'I just sign my name'
Ms. Doko says she only signs documents as a witness. She says she never signs under the title of vice president.
...
"I don't pay attention to that," responds Ms. Doko, looking uncomfortable.
...
"I just sign my name," Ms. Doko says.


"I don't usually read the docs ...

www.dailybulletin.com [cached]

"I don't usually read the docs when I sign," says Dhurata Doko, an employee of Nationwide Title Clearing, a mortgage services company.

"So it is not part of your job to review the document? Your job is just to sign it? asks Florida foreclosure defense attorney Christopher Forrest during a videotaped deposition of Doko earlier this month.
"I just look for my name and then sign," she says.
...
Doko worked as a maid and assembled electronics before joining Nationwide Title Clearing six years ago. She is one of three employees whose video depositions were posted on YouTube by Forrest as part of a foreclosure case he is handling in Florida.
She and her colleagues tell of signing thousands of mortgage documents a day. One worker estimates signing 5,000 documents a day on average, another says she signs her name every 2 seconds.
...
Doko says she only signs documents as a witness. She says she never signs under the title of vice president. Forrest then shows her a document with her name on it. "Beneath your name it says vice president? Forrest asks.
"I don't pay attention to that," responds Doko, looking uncomfortable as she answers.
"But you do agree with me, beneath your name it says vice president ... and above your name it says Financial Freedom Senior Funding Corp. So when you sign this document, do you know whether you are signing as vice president of this company or as a witness? asks Forrest.
"I just sign my name," Doko says.


"I don't usually read the docs ...

libn.com [cached]

"I don't usually read the docs when I sign," says Dhurata Doko, an employee of Nationwide Title Clearing, a mortgage services company.

"So it is not part of your job to review the document? Your job is just to sign it? asks Florida foreclosure defense attorney Christopher Forrest during a videotaped deposition of Doko earlier this month.
"I just look for my name and then sign," she says.
...
Doko worked as a maid and assembled electronics before joining Nationwide Title Clearing six years ago. She is one of three NTC employees whose video depositions were posted on YouTube by Forrest as part of a foreclosure case he is handling in Florida.
She and her colleagues tell of signing thousands of mortgage documents a day. One worker estimates signing 5,000 documents a day on average, another says she signs her name every 2 seconds. They acknowledge their signatures differ on certain documents.
The videos show that employees didn't even know the most basic mortgage terminology. For instance, they don't know what an "assignment of mortgage" is, even though that is crucial in a foreclosure case because it establishes who the final holder of the loan is.
Doko says she only signs documents as a witness. She says she never signs under the title of vice president. Forrest then shows her a document with her name on it. "Beneath your name it says vice president? Forrest asks.
"I don't pay attention to that," responds Doko, looking uncomfortable as she answers.
"But you do agree with me, beneath your name it says vice president ... and above your name it says Financial Freedom Senior Funding Corp. So when you sign this document, do you know whether you are signing as vice president of this company or as a witness? asks Forrest.
"I just sign my name," Doko says.

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