Does this really work?

@ersmommy1 (12600)
United States
February 25, 2009 1:50pm CST
Say these 3 words could save your house! I saw this on Good Morning America. I cannot believe this is going on! http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2008/06/19/produce-the-note-how-to/
3 responses
• United States
25 Feb 09
I would say, if you are close to losing your house it is worth trying. At first, when I read the discussion it was hard for me to understand that the words were "Produce the Note." I actually had to check the URL to figure it out. I guess I could have inferred the three words by reading the URL included, but I wasn't that clever. Once, when I was a high school wrestler, I advised one of my fellow teammates. He didn't want to look like a fool or a "fish" flapping around when he was close to getting pinned. I told him to do whatever he could think to do. If he didn't know how to get out of the pin, doing anything and looking like a "fish" was better than giving up.
@caver1 (1765)
• United States
25 Feb 09
If the bank is trying to foreclose on your house, I think people should do all they can to try and save it. It is hard to believe though that the note holder would not have the note or proof that they hold the note. I suppose by asking them to produce could buy the home owner a little more time.
@di1159 (1580)
• United States
25 Feb 09
While what the website says is correct, many lenders assign their mortgages and record assignments which are public record. Even if they lose the note and file a lost note affidavit, the recorded assignment will state who the note was assigned to. As a title agent, we are always making sure these assignments are recorded as we've seen many deals where a servicing agent is paid off, but they in turn never sent the monies to the note holder.