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SunTrust Bank - Fake Loan Update...

The Security and Exchange Commission reports, SunTrust Bank, Board of Directors amends long-standing corporate bylaws, adding a new section wherein;  SunTrust Bank is required to advance and or reimburse legal defense cost for any current or former Director, Officer etc. of the bank.  This as it relates to derivative (fake loan) actions.

How many fake loans does SunTrust Bank currently have against your home? 

Did SunTrust disclose to you and your family the bank intended to oversell beneficiary interest in your home to maintain its minimum level of regulatory capital for the benefit of the bank?

The problem lies in the fact that SunTrust as the debtor defaults on its loan against your home, SunTrust Banks “Funder” then forecloses despite the fact you have paid your promissory note(s) in full or have a "Zero" balance on your SunTrust "Equity Line of Credit".

All consumers should ask themselves one question when you sold your home, and your closing attorney sent the payoff check, did your lender return to you the Genuine Wet-Ink Promissory Note marked satisfied and paid in full? 

If not, it is highly likely SunTrust (or your lender) retained your payoff (capital) and is advancing monthly principal and interest payments to cover the fact they converted sums due to the beneficiary (noteholder) into enterprise capital. 

This is why SunTrust (loan servicer) advances principal and interest payments while the bank is in default (not you) to cover their "Fake Loans" against your home.

So after Billboards go up across North Carolina the Board of Directors amends the bylaws to cover legal defense cost...  Another good deal for SunTrust Bank shareholders... 

SunTrust Bank... The purveyor of “Fake Loans”... 

Earler today I met with a County Attorney and a Register of Deeds, explaining how SunTrust continues its attempts to foreclose on my home, but has no loan with me.  I figured it may be best to bring my Genuine unencumbered Deed and the Genuine Wet Ink Notes to prove my point. 

Discussions were had surrounding the trusted submitter users agreements relating to e-recording as well...  The County Attorney and Register of Deeds were both very generous with their time.

It was interesting, as the Genuine Deed and Genuine Wet Ink Notes were shared the tone seemed to change and become very real...   Said another way,  how can you be in foreclosure if you have the genuine unencumbered deed and the genuine wet ink notes? 

Because, SunTrust has placed fake loans against your home to finance the Bank...

You then learn, SunTrust has failed to pay its “Funder” sums owed and SunTrust the debtor is in default.

Did SunTrust sell fake loans against your home? 

Protect your homes equity from SunTrust and their fake loans by politely contacting SunTrust Bank, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer Mr. Mark Chancy during regular business hours.

Ask Mr. Chancy how a state member bank underwrites/brokers fake loans?   Mr. Chancy’s direct contact is below... 

Thanks to everyone for following and sharing this developing story.

#SunTrustScandal #FakeLoans


Court orders the posting of $504,000.00 bond, barring SunTrust Trustee from selling a North Carolina home.

The plaintiffs allege, SunTrust oversold in excess of $35,000,000.00 of fake loans against their property and SunTrust Mortgage defaulted to their Noteholder, by failing to pay sums owed.

Yes, you read that correctly...  SunTrust Mortgage defaulted, and failed to pay their “Funder”.

How long before one of SunTrust competing “Funders” attempts to foreclose on your home, because SunTrust didn’t pay their Noteholder (funder) sums owed?

SunTrust Scandal, Fake Loan


North Carolina has a massive fake loan problem...  Banks and Insurers can thank SunTrust Bank for bringing this to the forefront...


Below New Century provides an example of the risk North Carolina homeowners face when financial institutions “Double-Book” your home, as a “Loan Held For Sale”, when its really a “False Book Entry”...

North Carolina, the “Fake Loan” hub of imported capital and “Double-Booked” loans...

Why are banks leveraging “oversold beneficiary interest” in YOUR Home as False Book Entries?

Where are the regulators? 

If your concerned about a state regulated bank having oversold beneficiary interest against your home, consider politely contacting North Carolina Banking Commissioner Mr. Ray Grace during normal business hours.


SunTrust Scandal, Fake Loan, NCCOB, Ray Grace, Banking Commissioner

Chapel Hill, North Carolina based - Investors Title Insurance reports an investigation by regulators could adversely affect its operations...

Did Investors Title put a “Hidden” Judgement on your home? 


With respect to #11 below, is in fact Investors Title accepting affidavits (lie without recourse) to cover what they know to be a “Double-Sold” fake loan? 

It may be time for regulators to “Check the Floorplan” at Investors Title Insurance... 

#InvestorsTitle, #FakeLoans, SunTrustScandal, FakeLoans


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