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Who Stole Your Loan Radio TONIGHT at 8pm EST. – Strategy No. 6 – Who Funded Your Loan Transaction?
| March 14, 2013

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Listen to the controversial conversations of real property litigation with expert guests on Blog Talk Radio’s – Who Stole Your Loan Radio - Hosted by Anthony Martinez every Thursday at 8pm.  Tune in tonight, March 14 , 2013 at 8pm EST. to the upcoming broadcast “Strategy No 6. Who Funded Your Loan Transaction“. 

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Who Stole Your Loan Radio

CALL IN TONIGHT 2/28/2013 AT (347) 857-3336.  8PM EST. SHARP!!!

Join me this evening on my weekly radio show Whole Stole Your Loan tonight at 8pm EST. where I will discuss if the named lender on your Note and Mortgage/Deed of Trust actually fund your loan transaction.  A common mistake attorneys make as well as the courts is the assumption the named lender on the Note and Security Instrument actually provided the consideration to the loan transaction without showing any documentary evidence of the consideration provided i.e. a copy of the wire transfer or check.

In this episode, Discovery Litigation Expert and Strategist Anthony Martinez will discuss the lightly covered previous topics about “shadow banking” and how one transaction is documented to cover a loan transaction that was not documented.  In specific we will discuss:

- Dilligence About Your Named Lender;

- Identifying the Who, What, When, Where and How of Your Loan;

- The Benefit of the Real Lender Remaining Undisclosed;

- The Problem For Lenders Indentified On The Note;

- How To Attack Your Debt Obligation (Note);

- Much More…


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