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Matrixx CLASS ACTION SUIT to be filed For Foreclosures in ILLinois EXPOSED Read & SHARE

                                                         

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        The Key is You Must Say AL Sent YOU'' ; ( 708-362-3687)                                  COURT CASE INFO ;( 312) 435-5671

         

                         

                                 CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT !

ATTENTION  ALL

PAST & PRESENT

HOMEOWNERS

                     

                          (2003-2012) Class

  • "DID YOU LOSE YOUR HOME? DO U HAVE A LOAN?"

    • DID YOU GET FULL Disclosure AT THE CLOSING TABLE?

    • DID THEY SELL YOUR PROPRIETARY INTEREST?

    • WAS YOUR IDENTITY TAKEN AND MISAPPROPRIATED?

    • WAS YOUR RIGHT TO PRIVACY INFRINGED ON?

    • WAS THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT BREACHED?

                      WE HAVE A CAUSE OF ACTION!!!

  •                   THEFT BY DECEPTION-IDENTITY THEFT

  •                   BREACH OF CONTRACT

  •                   INVASION OF PRIVACY

On June 7, 2016 a "CLASS ACTION" lawsuit was filed on behalf of the STATE OF

ILLINOIS within the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN

DIVISION AS CASE NO. 16-CV-05993, with the presiding honorable JUDGE

CHARLES P. KOCORAS.

All homeowners who had a closing during the time period of (2003-2012) had a Defective mortgage transaction are affected and can seek restitution by this Class Action Civil Suit. If you meet this criteria we ask for your "participation and support" in order to assure that every homeowner receives what is rightfully theirs. You don’t have to be in default or facing any foreclosure crisis to declare you are a victim.

The "REAL FRAUD" began after you left the closing table at the title company

leaving the professionals to do their fiduciary duties. Instead they knowingly

authenticated your "IDENTITY" by a robo signer "NOTARY" without your

permission, not knowing there was a notarized copy of your mortgage contract.

Then they decided to trade name and your personal information thru a "Mortgage

Backed Security" which was then placed into a securitized pool, and then sold

your proprietary interest on Wall Street without your consent. This willful act of

misrepresentation and concealment is known as "IDENTITY THEFT".

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