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MERS Member ID Numbers

The following MERS Member ID Number compilation was the accurate and official listing by MERS of all active MERS Members, as posted on the MERS website, as of 1-1-2010.

As of 1-1-2010, there were 5200 listed MERS Members.

After 1-1-2010, the MERS Member Compilation began to dramatically reduce in size and become highly redacted.

This reduction in the total number of MERS Members listed has not been thoroughly and accurately explained. It appears that many MERS Members either went out of business, ceased to be MERS Members or, for unexplained reasons, no longer desired to be traceable by homeowners going to the MERS website.

Step 1:
Scroll down the list alphabetically until you find the name of the entity listed as "Lender" in the Deed of Trust or Mortgage.

Step 2:
Write down the MERS Member ID Number adjacent to the "Lender" if listed.

Step 3:
Compare the MERS Member ID Number obtained from the compiled list with the first 7 digits of the "MIN" number printed on the first page of the Deed of Trust or Mortgage.

If these 2 numbers do not match "Exactly," there are undisclosed third-parties involved in the mortgage. As the third-parties were undisclosed and unknown to the borrower, it is highly likely that, in addition to contract fraud, numerous other acts of fraud will be discovered upon in-depth analysis.

MERS Member ID Number Compilation
(As Of 1-1-2010)

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Education Phase

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  1. 15 page Qualified Written Request (QWR). Our (QWR) has been legally accepted by all lenders and banks to whom it has been submitted.
  2. QWR submission procedures & instructions
  3. Forensic Audit report documents and instructions
  4. Filed "Instant Case" complaint
  5. Court documents filed to date
  6. 400+ page Affidavit which includes:
    • Control Fraud documentation
    • Control Fraud Analysis
    • Coverage from Appraisal to the multiple securitization of your mortgage
  7. 677 public record exhibits documenting all facts pertinent to the "Instant Case"
  8. Federal statutes governing mortgages
  9. Texas statutes governing mortgages
  10. Over 200 "MERS" public record exhibits
  11. Securitization process flow charts
  12. Over 2,000 research documents used to prepare the "Instant Case"
  13. Instructions on collecting and organizing your mortgage documents
  14. List of lesser legal remedies
  15. Instructions on how to chronologically exhaust your lesser legal remedies prior to complaint filing
  16. Treatise on the importance of "Common Points" and how they influence the structure and legal strategy of a lawsuit
  17. Summary of administrative and logistic policies and procedures for managing cases
  18. Historical summary of what we have objectively determined works and does not work in today’s environment

Participation Phase

Documentation Development

Upon successful completion of the Education Phase, you have obtained the knowledge to begin utilizing the tools we are using to prosecute the "Instant Case" court fight. The most important tools are the documentation of fraud and the calculation of your damages. We help you to correctly document the material inaccuracies, fraudulent statements, identify fraudulent signatures, invalid releases of liens and unrecorded transfers and assignments of the promissory note and Deed of Trust.

Litigation Participation

After completing your documentation, you have to make a choice. Are you willing to participate free of charge in a pool of potential litigants? From this pool of litigants, we at Mortgage Endgame will data mine and analyze the documents submitted for common points of interest and general trends.

Once we have identified these common points and trends, the analysis is submitted to legal counsel. Counsel then files the pleading in court to begin the litigation process.

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