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Lynn E. Szymoniak

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abigailcfield.com

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stopforeclosurefraud.com

Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' HarmsHuffPO- The last four years have not been easy for...


www.foreclosurePulse.com

Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms
Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms The last four years have not been easy for Lynn Szymoniak. Since early 2008, she has waged a seemingly endless series of legal battles against some of the nation's biggest banks in an effort to save her Palm Beach County, Fla., home from foreclosure. But Szymoniak is about to get some help -- a check for $18 million for her role in uncovering evidence of massive bank fraud.


www.realestateclubla.com

Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms
Written on March 21, 2012 by joelc in Real Estate News, Realty Trac ForeclosurePulse Blog Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms By Zach Carter, Huffington Post, March 20, 2012 The last four years have not been easy for Lynn Szymoniak. Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms By Zach Carter, Huffington Post, March 20, 2012 The last four years have not been easy for Lynn Szymoniak.


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Szymoniak says she was first alerted something might be wrong when Deutsche Bank said it acquired her mortgage note in October 2008, three months after suing hermeaning it might have begun proceedings without having the authority to foreclose.
Lynn Szymoniak, Foreclosure Activist, Says $18 Million Doesn't Make Up For Homeowners' Harms Szymoniak uncovered the "robo-signing" fraud while fighting to save her Florida home from foreclosure. After receiving what she considered to be fake paperwork from her bank, Szymoniak -- a lawyer and fraud investigator -- began investigating tens of thousands of documents in other foreclosure cases that appeared to be falsified. Click here for attorney Lynn Szymoniak's research that uncovered the evidence involving the trust and other questionable documents that should have stopped this eviction.


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