By Anna Von Reitz
It appears to most of you that you have a mortgage with a bank and that the bank has a "loan servicer" working as a subcontractor to collect and administer the terms of the mortgage. These loan servicers often have names that imply this role, but in fact, that isn't really their role at all.
They've bought your Promissory Note from the bank after the bank already discharged it once and got payment from trading your assets through the DTC----and now the bank has sold the same Promissory Note to the "loan servicing company" and they are pretending that they have an additional interest in your collateral.
Try to picture this---- you write a check, someone cashes it, and then the bank sells your cancelled, already cashed check to a Third Party, who comes to collect an equal amount from you again----even though you don't know these people from Adam, don't have a contract with them, and never gave them any interest in your credit or collateral at all.
All those of you who are currently in some foreclosure proceedings take a look at the back of the Promissory Note the vermin are presenting and expecting you to pay off? What does it say on the back?