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  1. I am being sued by Cavalry for old Capital One Debt. I have a signed affidavit by Stephanie Cappelli notarized by Dawn Fanning. I am trying to see if anyone has a copy of of Stephanie Cappelli's signature. Her print is half cursive and does not remotely resemble signature. I also saw other post where people had questions about her signature but cannot find a copy of it.
  2. I am looking for anyone who has copies of a Bill of Sale or Assignment from Citibank with Patricia Halls signature. I have collected two (from a Cavalry and Midland case) that seem to be different signatures and I suspect robosigning. The wording on the Bill of Sale is also different. I am particularly interested in any notarized signatures from her. This person seems to be on many JDB cases and I am trying to establish if this is like the Mortgage robosigning scandal. These are usually generic forms without any personal information on them, but if there is, you can certainly redact it. I will post my findings here if I get any responses. Thanks!