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 Phoney Deeds - Recent discussion proves
Posted by NVLSlady/VA on 12/2/19 2:00pm

need to be on guard.

Was viewing TitleSource and was caught by the Fairfax County woman's ordeal.
Shame that Attorney actually approved/endorsed fraud scheme by Not checking IDs!

Crazy how legitimate reasons for title transfers have to be subject to scrutiny on steroids (See Msg #612773); and if legal entities cannot be trusted to do their jobs, doom for rest of us. Attorney let the bonnet-wearing wolf literally in the Front door(s) (talk about heading to 'hell' in a handbasket!).

To view news article: http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/junk-mail-alerted-virginia-woman-to-her-stolen-home/article_a340d805-0f1c-5c61-9c2c-fb6ae6474588.html
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