Missouri AG Brings Criminal Indictment Against Key Player In 'Robo' Crisis
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has announced that DOCX, LLC — a key mortgage document processing firm at the center of the foreclosure “robo-signing” crisis — and its founder have been charged in sweeping felony indictments that accuse them of forgery and making false declarations related to mortgage documents.
The 136-count indictment accuses the company of submitting dozens of mortgage documents for recording that were improperly signed and notarized. All of the questionable documents bore the signature of the same company employee but were allegedly signed by others.
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