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Lisa Wilkins: How Many Bites Does Deutsche Bank Receive for Failure to Prosecute?

Deutsche Bank and its loan servicer have filed 4 foreclosure cases in Harris County Court, 1 nonsuit and 3 dismissed for want of prosecution.

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This is the second case in our series.

Once you review the 4 cases below, and without the benefit of the loan file or discussing the case with the parties, including the homeowner, you can visibly see the fraud by the bounty huntin’ lawyers and the unsecured, charged-off, debt buyers (otherwise callin’ themselves loan servicers). It’s grotesque.

For example, where’s the proof of payment or consolidation of the tens of thousands of dollars of alleged arrears in any of the 3 filings after the original non-suit in 2009?

There is no proof or affidavit detailing what happened to the prior alleged missed payments, charges, interest and related debits to the homeowner’s account.

It’s obvious,  y’all are making up affidavits and committing perjury by stating dates of default that are untruthful.

It’s clear on the face that’s exactly what’s happening to try and ignore the fact that these collection attempts are outwith the statute of limitations as well (e.g. lawsuit 3 (2017) and 4 (2019)).

And returning to the affidavits by Ocwen in 2017 and then in 2019, the dates of default [partially] overlap…. (shakes head).

It’s criminal behavior.

Foreclosure Case # 1, Non-Suited, without prejudice to refiling.

The paperwork is a shambles in this first case, as it was for tens of thousands of wrongful foreclosures shortly after the 2008 financial crisis.

That’s why it was non-suited.

But don’t worry, the government would help the thievin’, greedy banks and bounty hunters steal millions of homes over the following years and continue to do so today, in violation of the laws they are supposed to follow.

200872121

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY (AS vs. WILKINS, LISA

(Court 190)

DEC 4, 2008 – JUN 5, 2009 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT; JUL 6, 2022

Barry D. Johnson is listed as counsel for Settle Pou, who filed this foreclosure lawsuit in Harris County Court.

Lisa Wilkins was represented by Daniel J. Ciment.

MARCH 2006 - MARCH 2009 (DATE OF AFFIDAVIT) = 3 YEARS ALLEGED NON-PAYMENT

Expedited Foreclosure Case # 2, Dismissed for Want of Prosecution

201167474

AMERICAN HOME MORTGAGE SERVICING INC (AS SERVICER vs. WILKINS, LISA 

(Court 190)

NOV 8, 2011 – MAY 18, 2012 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT; JUL 6, 2022

Lori Long moved for a short time and was an Attorney for Fidelity National Title – Default Resolution.
Long was listed as counsel who filed this 2011 expedited foreclosure in Harris County Court.

Lori Liane Long,
Senior Attorney
Phone: (972) 767-5745
Fax: (214) 635-2686

llong@mwzmlaw.com

Lori received her B.A. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 1998, graduating summa cum laude, and received her J.D. from Tulane University in 2001, where she was a member of the Moot Court Team.

She was admitted to the Tennessee bar in 2002 and is also admitted to practice in U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of TN.

She spent the first 6 years of her career in general practice, with an emphasis on litigation. From 2007 until she moved to Texas in 2010, she worked as a district attorney, supervising the East TN Division for Asset Forfeitures.

Upon moving to Texas, she was admitted to the Texas bar in 2010 and began working for Default Resolution Network, a division of Fidelity National Title Group.

In December 2012, Lori joined Mackie Wolf Zientz Mann in the home equity department, handling all home equity foreclosures for the DFW metroplex and Bexar County.

She is also the attorney assigned to MWZM’s reverse mortgage portfolio, attending several conferences and client summits each year to stay current on the rapidly evolving state of reverse mortgages and advising our clients on all new case law and mortgagee letters relevant to the origination and servicing of reverse mortgages.

FEB 2011 - MAY 2011 (EXHIBIT 3) = 4 MONTHS ALLEGED NON-PAYMENT

Expedited Foreclosure Case # 3, Dismissed for Want of Prosecution

201740378

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY (AS TRUSTEE FOR AMERIQUEST vs. WILKINS, LISA

(Court 281)

JUN 16, 2017 – OCT 31, 2018 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT; JUL 6, 2022

Tracy Midkiff and Lori Long for the Wolves of Texas, Mackie Wolf. They were listed as counsel who filed this 2017 foreclosure in Harris County Court.

NOV 2015 - JUN 2017 (EXHIBIT 3) = 1 YR 7 MONTHS ALLEGED NON-PAYMENT

Expedited Foreclosure Case # 4, Dismissed for Want of Prosecution

201968962

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY (AS TRUSTEE F vs. WILKINS, LISA

 (Court 281)

SEP 23, 2019 – DEC 29, 2020 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT; JUL 6, 2022

Bradley Conway was then working at Bonial PC. He filed this 2019 foreclosure in Harris County Court.

MAY 2016 - OCT 2019 (AFFIDAVIT) = 3 YEARS, 5 MONTHS ALLEGED NON-PAYMENT

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