Mortgage Fraud 101: Rebutting The Undefendable

Mortgage Fraud 101: Rebutting The Undefendable As those fighting mortgagor possession proceedings with the TGBMS Grounds will already know, the most common reaction from banksters, their lawyers and the Land Registry, is to attempt to implicitly justify the undefendable with the following loaded question: “Did you get receive a loan of monies after signing the […]

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Mortgage Fraud 101: The Conditional Acceptance Process

Mortgage Fraud 101: The Conditional Acceptance Process In the event I was beginning a process of discovery, in relation to ascertaining whether my mortgage was illegal and void, I would begin with the following conditional acceptance process. Notice of Conditional Acceptance Dear Mortgage Bandit [Add Real Name]. Re: Account Number ########## With reference to your […]

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The People v The Banks: Representative Actions To End Mortgage Fraud

The People v The Banks: Representative Actions To End Mortgage Fraud So you want to know about the planned Representative Actions to cancel 11.2 million illegal mortgages and claim compensation from the Land Registry? Well, you’ve come to the right page. Representative [AKA Class] Actions Under Part 19 of the Civil Procedure Rules, Representative or […]

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Bank Abandons Mortgage Possession Claim After Mortgagor Alleges Fraud

Bank Abandons Mortgage Possession Claim After Mortgagor Alleges Fraud On TGBMS Grounds I am delighted to be the bearer of yet more fantastic TGBMS news but this time from a void mortgagor in the County Court, where fraudulent possession orders have been routinely rubber-stamped for decades. Craig Whitewood, the mortgagor in question, during the interim […]

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Victory At Long Last – Massive #TGBMS News

Victory Is Ours I am delighted to be the bearer of massive #TGBMS news. In a word, Victory. After almost a decade of legal action, the Land Registry has cancelled the last remaining charge over my family’s property trust. This has transpired n the wake of the enormous pressure Lloyds has been placed under by […]

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TGBMS: A Catalyst for a Very British Cause

The Great British Mortgage Swindle is finally finished. There, I said it. After nine long years of technical, physical and legal struggles, at the cost of three homes, ¬£6.3M worth of property and my formerly optimum health, the master of the film has now been delivered to its UK distributor, 101 Films, and the Theatrical, […]

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Rectifying Miscarriages of Justice in A Rigged System

Over the course of the last ten years I have been involved in various and multiple legal proceedings involving financial institutions; sometimes as a claimant, other times as lay representaive or advocate for litigants-in-person; and very occasionally as a defendant. Thus far, the only defeats I have suffered, in or out of court, have been […]

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