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Has anyone had any experience with proving that Midland Funding's affidavit's were  robo-signed - that the person notarizing affidavits does not match actual notary's signature or that person signing affidavit does not match actual persons signature?

Below link describes the practice Midland Funding LLC and it's parent companies and PRA paid millions to settle in September 2015. ( they paid up to $42 million in consumer refunds and a $10 million penalty, and [were ordered to] stop collection on over $125 million worth of debt.

See consent order  http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201509_cfpb_consent-order-encore-capital-group.pdf

The Bureau found that Encore Capital Group [Midland Funding parent company] and Portfolio Recovery Associates bought debts that were potentially inaccurate, lacking documentation, or unenforceable. Without verifying the debt, the companies collected payments by pressuring consumers with false statements and churning out lawsuits using robo-signed court documents. 

See CFPB press release  http://www.consumerfinance.gov/newsroom/cfpb-takes-action-against-the-two-largest-debt-buyers-for-using-deceptive-tactics-to-collect-bad-debts/


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@creditzar  Aimee Dykes is found in @qbert document links in the post below.  No copy of her affidavit with signature, though.  It is listed as an exhibit. If qbert is still around, perhaps qbert would share it.

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On 12/9/2014 at 0:36 PM, CaseDismissed said:
Then, yesterday via mail I received a CCP 96 including a CCP 98 from a Unifund Authorized representative  Doug Hallock.  I wasn’t worried UNTIL I saw that now they have included all of the sudden a Notarized affidavit from Sasha Deesha – in Missouri stating she was a document control officer from Citibank and it was sold to Pilots receivable and then assigned (generically) to Unifund.  This document was NOT ever included in the entire Discovery—but it was dated from last year. It has my accurate ss# on it etc  This to me ruins me.  . 



not at all, this is standard business. is it this one?




if so, youre in luck. replace Aimee Dykes with Sasha Deesha in these docs. They already have citibank>pilot>unifund flow as in your case (except for the last part of the brief, see notes below)





declaration in support of MIL:





Trial brief: (a work in progress, first half is specific to unifund/citibank, unifund dismissed in the middle of me working on it and so i never got to tweak the last half which was specific to midland/chase):



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59 minutes ago, nobk4me said:

CACH has a "witness" that also sounds like a porn star:  Magic West.  You have to wonder if these people are using their real names.

Back in my days on the dark side, the collectors used everything from actors to comic book characters. If you worked in that business, would you want your real name floating around?


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8 hours ago, nobk4me said:

CACH has a "witness" that also sounds like a porn star:  Magic West.  You have to wonder if these people are using their real names.

I have come across that name several times.  It's actually a guy.  His name often appears in  court opinions:

CACH, LLC v. Hoffman

SC: Court of Appeals, 2014 - Google Scholar
... 1308 (4th Cir. 1996); id. at 1311 ("The phrase `other qualified witness' should be
broadly interpreted."). The sole witness at trial was Magic West, an employee of
Square Two Financial, which owns CACH. During his testimony ...


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