The obvious circumstances of Chase claim

The obvious circumstances of Chase claiming ownership to nonexistent loan portfolios contained within WAMU coupled with the admission in this letter to the FDIC, shows just how arrogant Chase felt when they informed the FDIC that they wanted to get paid by the FDIC for expunging documents and fabricating other instruments for “loans” that were not on the books and records of WAMU at the time of their purchase and sale agreement wherein Chase acquired the WAMU estate. http://www.certifiedforensicloanauditors.com/articles/01.17/chase-wamu.html#ixzz4VUyXiNNT

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