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Do you have foreclosure documents or depositions related to 'robo-signers'?

A number of employees of mortgage servicers who signed documents indicating that they had reviewed the accuracy of thousands of foreclosure proceedings have testified in sworn depositions that they didn't actually perform at least some of the reviews.

If you have documents signed by Ally Financial's Jeffrey Stephan or Chase Home Finance's Beth Ann Cottrell or people who did similar work for Bank of America, Wells Fargo, PNC, Citibank and other lenders -- or were involved in a foreclosure whose documentation they reviewed -- we'd like to know about it.

If you have a copy of a foreclosure document that appears problematic or a deposition of one of these employees, please post it here. Or you can also send us information on your foreclosure using the form below.

By Ariana Eunjung Cha  | October 15, 2010; 11:19 AM ET
Categories:  Housing  
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