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CEO Kenneth Lewis takes over as Bank of America's President and Chief Operating Officer. Hugh McColl, 65, will retire April 25, stepping down after 20 years as head of the largest U.S. bank rated by deposits. - CLICK FOR MORE STORY Bank of America CEO to Step Down.

2001b - BofA Quits Subprime Lending, Car Leases Banking: Those sectors have hurt other lenders. The bank will take a $1.25-billion charge. August 18, 2001. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.

2001c - The LA TIMES reported the Bank of America Corp. on August 16, 2001 became the latest lender to report big problems with loans to less-credit-worthy borrowers amid the weak economy. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
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"ONE SATISFACTION RULE". The Co-authors have endeavored to narrow down and explain the bare facts and the several legal theories behind the U.S. Federal governments most recent 2008 Bank, Wall Street and Insurance Company Bail Out by the use of the "ONE SATISFACTION RULE". "The Bail out of the 90s, involved the same folks," says co-author Scott Stubblefield, Esq. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.

Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation. No. MDL, 647 AWT. United States District Court, C.D. California, May 13, 1986, CLICK FOR MORE STORY

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1906 - Bank of Italy Founded by: Amadeo P. Giannini.
1930 - Bank of America was formed. The name change from the Bank of Italy to the Bank of America took place.

1977 - The financial, banking, insurance world, discovers the "mortgage pass-through certificate."
1986 - May 29th. The One-satisfaction rule, Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation.1986,
1989 - Benchmarks and Guides to finance. FICO MAKES their first changes as to "Who's who" will to fit into the new Federal "One Satisfaction -- World" benchmarks. The bailout of mortgage once paid off by an Guarantee Bond, or by a Federal Bail out Agreement (See the Wall Street Bailout of October 2008), can be paid since the scores were used during the recent boom as a substitute for detailed underwriting procedures. It appeared in 2006, there were numerous ways to game the FICO system,.
1998: BankAmerica Corp. in San Francisco merges with NationsBank Corp. The new company, Bank of America Corp., will be based in Charlotte, N.C.
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2001: April 25th - CEO Kenneth Lewis takes over as Bank of America's President and Chief Operating Officer. Hugh McColl, 65, will retire April 25, stepping down after 20 years as head of the largest U.S. bank rated by deposits. - CLICK FOR MORE STORY Bank of America CEO to Step Down.
2001b - BofA Quits Subprime Lending, Car Leases Banking: Those sectors have hurt other lenders. The bank will take a $1.25-billion charge. August 18, 2001. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
2001c - The LA TIMES reported the Bank of America Corp. on August 16, 2001 became the latest lender to report big problems with loans to less-credit-worthy borrowers amid the weak economy. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
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2002: NationsBank. Bank of America agrees to pay $490 million to settle claims that it misled shareholders before its merger with NationsBank
February 9, 2002 BofA Settles Suits by Shareholders. Bank accused of playing down losses before merger with NationsBank. It will pay $490 million to shareholder for its Tortfeasants. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 smart90.com/660bankofamericaupdate04
2004: Bank of America buys FleetBoston Financial Corp. for $47 billion
2004: Bank of America and FleetBoston agree to pay $675 million in fines and restitution to settle charges that the banks let privileged investors engage in trading practices that hurt regular shareholders
2006: Bank of America buys MBNA Corp., the biggest independent credit card issuer, for $35 billion
August 2007: Countrywide Financial Corp. Amid rising concern about financial problems at Countrywide Financial Corp., Bank of America invests $2 billion in the lender
2007b BofA settles privacy lawsuit. Who's next -- American Express? CLICK FOR MORE STORY
2007: Fair-Issac Corporation changes their scoring methods for 2008. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
January 2008: Countrywide Sells to Bank of America. Agrees to buy Countrywide, paying $2.5 billion in BofA stock. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
September 2008: Merrill Lynch & Co & Bank of America tentatively agrees to buy brokerage giant Merrill Lynch & Co. for $44 billion in stock. CLICK FOR MORE STORY

A Happy Welcome is extended into the world and secrets of Sun Tzu, the innovator of the popular "Bait Switch Game".
"We Couldn't Have Done It Without You."
----- Discover the hidden secrets and never before revealed truths about the Bank of America -- NMEC scandal; the events that destroyed many people, including the president and chairman of the Board of Bank of America and NMEC. BofA's Sam Armacost, called the NMEC scandal, "that crazy mortgage thing never should have happened". BofA's Board of Directors called the scandal "their personal Pearl Harbor" -- analogized after Federal Judge Tashima. ( The Tashima Era)
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This Book, however is not only about Bank of America, NMEC and Wells Fargo, it is also about the founders, the good and bad guys of the financial, banking, insurance world, and the corporate gurus who make up the pieces of the puzzle -- from the early days of mortgage pass-through certificates, in 1977 to 1993.
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The methodology which Troy and Josie Cory applied to resolve the BoA -- NMEC scandal, is, what you might call in he high tech world -- as Motion with Devotion. You'll find there's as much as a thin-line between Bank of America and NMEC activities, as there is between Trust Deed and mortgage notes-- for without one you might not have the other.
We Couldn't Have Done It Without You -- said BofA the 80s and 1990s
-----The Banks Un-American Banking Activities in the 80s, promoted itself as the bank that -- "We Couldn't Have Done It Without You." But to Claire Giannini Hoffman, the bank her father founded in 1906, as the Bank of Italy, is doing an unflattering job on his memory.
ffman, was an ongoing critic of Bank of America for much of her lifetime. She made a habit of contacting newspapers and radio stations condemning the wild and wooly ways of various BofA officials, calling them "an insult to my father."
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"It is contemptible, what they are doing," the 89 year-old Hoffman would tell interviewers. "They are using my father's name and picture to promote their bank". She said the modern Bank of America does not represent the business philosophy espoused by her father. "My father believed that, if you helped people, eventually you would have people for friends, as well as customers."
-----
Hoffman, delivered a blow to the bank's image in 1985, by resigning her honorary seat on its board. It was over what she called, the "unpardonable" act of selling its San Francisco headquarters; the repossessing of trucks, automobiles and the homes and farms from our customers, in a time of need.
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Today's BofA, she said, "is just another bank. If it didn't have the same name there would be no similarity at all."
We Couldn't Have Done It Without You -- said BofA in the 2002s and 08s
-----And the predictions declared by the daughter of founder of BofA, Amadeo P. Giannini, were right on - JUST LOOK AT THE TIMELINE. The name change from the Bank of Italy, to the Bank of America took place in 1930.

Publishers IN THIS ISBN BOOK SET hereby authenticates the use of its ISBN.
• The Co-authors have endeavored to narrow down and explain the bare facts and the several legal theories behind the U.S. Federal governments most recent 2008 Bank, Wall Street and Insurance Company Bail Out by the use of the "ONE SATISFACTION RULE". "The Bail out of the 90s, involved the same folks," says co-author Scott Stubblefield, Esq.
•• Legal literature is not a tool by which compiling authors may keep for themselves, thus, the facts and data that has been collected from existing works, may be freely used. Of course, that includes the opinions of judges, attorneys and the information leaked to the news media. Even some of the material the authors herein have compiled to redefine and ascertain the time period -- when the "new parties to this action, joined the existing "joint tortfeasors" -- is not immune from this copyright.
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Both the authors and publisher believe that the examples and case history data found within the book set, and special eWeb editions are accurate, thus such reliance, will be most useful in helping the para-legal, case and trial attorney prepare for trial.
•••
However, the story line, data, news clippings and other information are intended solely as researching aids and should not be used in any particular application without independent studies and verification by the person making the application.
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For these reasons, the Authors and Publisher make no warranties, express or implied, that the examples, data, or other information in these volumes are free of error, that they are consistent with industry standards, or that they will meet the requirements for any particular legal application.
This Book, However,
is not only about Bank of America, NMEC and Wells Fargo, it is also about the One-satisfaction rule, Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation. No. MDL, 647 AWT. United States District Court, C.D. California, May 13, 1986, CLICK FOR MORE STORY
••• "1. Damages ¬ 59
••• One-satisfaction rule, which is based upon principle that injured party may re cover only once for single injury, and thus that any payment made by any person in compensation for harm diminishes proportionally injured party's claim against any tortfeasors, is applicable to federal securities claims and, under California law, to state statutory and common-law fraud claims.
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• 2. Subrogation ¬ 2
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Bank, as escrow agent for mortgage pools, was not subrogated to rights of pool investors when it paid off investors following discovery that pools were being operated fraudulently where bank admitted paying off investors in recognition of its own responsibilities toward them.
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• 3. Assignments ¬ 24(1)
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Once injured party is fully compensated for its injury, whether by tort-feasor or someone else, his claim is extinguished by operation of law and thus cannot be as assigned.
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• 4. Assignments ¬ 24(1)
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Payment by escrow agent of mortgage pools to investors, upon discovery that pools were being operated fraudulently, constituted full satisfaction of investors' claims, where agent was itself liable to investors, and thus agent could not bring investors' claims by way of assignment against other allegedly fraudulent operators and participants in mortgage pools; rejecting (American Commercial Lines v. Valley Line Co., 529 F.2d 921 (8th Cir.).
THE AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER OF THIS ISBN
••• EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF DISTRIBUTION AND OF PUBLISHING FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, even if the author has been advised of a particular purpose, and even if a particular purpose is indicated in the book. The author and publisher also disclaim all liability for direct, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages that result from any use of the examples, data, or other information in this book.
Melvin M. Belli, Esq.
Kevin McLean, Esq.
Scott C. Stubblefield, Esq.
San Francisco, California

2001 Bank of America CEO to Step Down
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Bank of America Corp. confirmed that Chairman and Chief Executive Hugh McColl will retire April 25, stepping down after 20 years as head of the largest U.S. bank rated by deposits.
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He'll be replaced by President and Chief Operating Officer Ken Lewis. McColl, 65, will leave a bank he built by gobbling up rivals, quadrupling the company's assets over the last seven years to more than $640 billion with a series of acquisitions that culminated in Charlotte, N.C.-based NationsBank Corp.'s 1998 merger with BankAmerica Corp. of San Francisco. He had originally planned to stay on until 2002. Lewis, 53, will take the reins at a difficult time for Bank of America.
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The company's stock is down 10%since the 1998 merger, and rising defaults have bitten into earnings and lifted bad loans on Bank of America's books to $5.5 billion at the end of last year, from $3.2 billion in 1999. Bank of America shares rose 69 cents to close at $51.06 on the New York Stock Exchange. (Bloomberg News)A Happy Welcome is extended into the world and secrets of Sun Tzu, the innovator of the popular "Bait Switch Game".
-----
Discover the hidden secrets and never before revealed truths about the Bank of America -- NMEC scandal; the events that destroyed many people, including the president and chairman of the Board of Bank of America and NMEC. BofA's Sam Armacost, called the NMEC scandal, "that crazy mortgage thing never should have happened". BofA's Board of Directors called the scandal "their personal Pearl Harbor" -- analogized after Federal Judge Tashima.
-----
This Book, however is not only about Bank of America, NMEC and Wells Fargo, it is also about the founders, the good and bad guys of the financial, banking, insurance world, and the corporate gurus who make up the pieces of the puzzle -- from the early days of mortgage pass-through certificates, in 1977 to date.
-----
The methodology which Troy and Josie Cory applied to resolve the BoA -- NMEC scandal, is, what you might call in he high tech world -- as Motion with Devotion. You'll find there's as much as a thin-line between Bank of America and NMEC activities, as there is between Trust Deed and mortgage notes -- for without one you might not have the other.
-----
The Banks Un-American Banking Activities in the 80s, promoted itself as the bank that -- "We Couldn't Have Done It Without You." But to Claire Giannini Hoffman, the bank her father founded in 1906, as the Bank of Italy, is doing an unflattering job on his memory.
-----
Hoffman, was an ongoing critic of Bank of America for much of her lifetime. She made a habit of contacting newspapers and radio stations condemning the wild and wooly ways of BofA, calling them "an insult to my father."
-----
"It is contemptible, what they are doing," the 89 year-old Hoffman would tell interviewers. "They are using my father's name and picture to promote their bank". She said the modern Bank of America does not represent the business philosophy espoused by her father. "My father believed that, if you helped people, eventually you would have people for friends, as well as customers."
-----
Hoffman, delivered a blow to the bank's image in 1985, by resigning her honorary seat on its board. It was over what she called, the "unpardonable" act of selling its San Francisco headquarters; the repossessing of trucks, automobiles and the homes and farms from our customers, in a time of need.
-----
Today's BofA, she said, "is just another bank. If it didn't have the same name there would be no similarity at all." A 2001 LA Times Briefly: Jan 25,2001.

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2002 - February 9, 2002 BofA Settles Suits by Shareholders. Bank accused of playing down losses before merger with NationsBank. It will pay $490 million to shareholder for its Tortfeasants. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
-----Scott Reckard of LATimes reported on February 9, 2002, that Bank of America Corp. confirmed that it would pay $490 million to put to rest claims that it misled shareholders before its 1998 merger with NationsBank Corp. He added that the huge settlement was influenced by Enron Corp.'s meltdown,
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The Charlotte, N.C., company, the nation's third-largest bank, said it had set aside reserves for the settlement so future results would not be affected. It admitted no wrongdoing.
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Within weeks of the takeover of San Francisco's BankAmerica Corp. by Charlotte's NationsBank, the new institution announced losses of $372 million on what it described as a $1.4-billion unsecured loan made in 1997 to D.E. Shaw & Co., a New York hedge fund. The suits, filed on behalf of shareholders whose stock holdings plunged after the disclosure, contended executives played down the banks' exposure to losses from the volatile fund in order to keep the merger on track. They also claimed that NationsBank failed to investigate the deal sufficiently and that BankAmerica failed to disclose the deal was an acquisition, not a merger of equals.
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The losses from Shaw contributed to the departure of David Coulter, chairman of the old BankAmerica, who some had considered to be a possible successor to Hugh McColl, then-chairman of the old NationsBank.
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"While we believed our actions in 1998 were totally appropriate, we also felt it was best to get this litigation behind us," Bank of America's chief executive, Ken Lewis, said in a statement Friday. He cited the "inordinate amount of management's time" spent dealing with class-action lawsuits filed by shareholders of both banks.
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Robert Stickler, a Bank of America spokesman, also cited another "driving factor" in the decision to settle: the fallout from Enron.
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As the bank looked toward the April date for trial, Stickler said, "the atmosphere ... was not conducive to corporations."
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The $490 million to be paid by Bank of America ranks in the top 10 of amounts to settle such shareholder class-action suits, said John C. Coffee, a Columbia University professor of securities law.
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Coffee said the fiasco involving Enron, which hid large debts and losses in partnerships while executives earned millions of dollars on stock options, had "at least marginally changed the balance of advantage in securities litigation."
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Because of Enron, juries are more inclined to favor plaintiffs in such cases, "particularly in a case involving financial or accounting irregularities," Coffee said.
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Bank of America last year settled Securities and Exchange Commission charges that it improperly accounted for its relationship with the hedge fund and failed to adequately inform investors about the risks of the deal. The SEC said the bank had made an equity investment in the fund that it treated as a loan.
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The bank, without admitting or denying guilt, consented to an SEC cease and desist order but was not fined.
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Under the terms of the settlement, $333.2 million will go to former NationsBank shareholders and $156.8 million to former BankAmerica shareholders.
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The bank's shares rose $1.65 to close at $60.60 on Friday on the New York Stock Exchange.

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2001b - BofA Quits Subprime Lending, Car Leases Banking: Those sectors have hurt other lenders. The bank will take a $1.25-billion charge. August 18, 2001. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
-----(TimeLine INFO Heading - Who's Who is doing it
-----Subprime Mortgage Leaders
Here are the lenders that originated the largest dollar volume of subprime mortgages in the firstquarter, according to estimates by Inside Mortgage Finance of Bethesda, Md.
Loans originated Change from Lender in Q1 (billions) Q1 2000 CitiFinancial Credit $4.70 +241%
Household Financial 3.72 +14 Washington Mutual 2.16 +68 Bank of America 2.03 -12
Option One Mortgage 1.50 +12 GMAC-RFC 1.35 +2 Countrywide Credit 1.30 +8 Ameriquest Mortgage 1.20+17
New Century Financial 1.03 +8 First Franklin Financial 1.01 -5
Confirmed by: LA Times, August 16, 2001 - Banking: Those sectors have hurt other lenders. The bank will take a $1.25-billion charge.

2001c - The LA TIMES reported the Bank of America Corp. on August 16, 2001 became the latest lender to report big problems with loans to less-credit-worthy borrowers amid the weak economy. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
-----BofA, the nation's third-largest bank, said it will stop making realestate loans to so-called subprime borrowers, generally individuals with shaky credit histories or no credit histories.
-----
The bank also will quit the car-lease finance business, which has suffered amid slumping prices for used cars.
-----
Both of these businesses . . . have become unattractive from a risk-reward standpoint and have not produced required rates of return," said Kenneth Lewis, BofA's chief executive.
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The Charlotte, N.C.-based bank said it will liquidate its $26.3-billion subprime real estate portfolio over the next nine months and has lined up buyers for the subprime unit's branch network.
-----
BofA will take a $1.25-billion charge against earnings in the current quarter reflecting its exit from the subprime business and the car-lease business.
-----
"You've got many more banks getting out of subprime lending than coming in right now," said Marni O'Doherty, an analyst with Keefe, Bruyette & Woods in New York. "Banks are finding it much more labor-intensive, since you've got to be on top of these types of loans as soon as they get delinquent."
-----
The BofA announcement follows the failure of Chicago's Superior Bank two weeks ago. That thrift was a big lender to subprime borrowers, a sector many lenders courted in the late 1990s amid the economic boom.
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In fact, some of the nation's biggest banks are among the largest subprime lenders, mostly because of acquisitions made by the banks in the last few years. For example, the nation's largest bank, New York-based Citigroup Inc., recently purchased Associates First Capital, a Dallas-based subprime lender, making Citigroup one of the most active subprime lenders.
-----
In the past, most subprime lenders were consumer finance companies.
-----
In May, the percentage of subprime mortgages nationwide that were seriously delinquent--meaning three or more months late on payments--rose to 6.37% from 5.55% at the end of last year, accordingto San Francisco-based Mortgage Information Corp. That rate has risen from 3.83% in September 1997.
-----
Bank of America's subprime real estate lending business, EquiCredit, which offers both mortgagesand home equity loans, said at the end of June that $1.4 billion, or 5.57%, of its loans were nonperforming, meaning delinquent.
-----
"This subprime market has changed since the economy has slowed," said John Ballentine, director of the American Bankers Assn.'s community development program. "If there are losses, they will be ithis market, and lenders simply can't afford to lose money right now."
-----
Car-lease financing also has proved to be much less lucrative than bankers expected, and several big names have exited the business. Bank One Corp. and Chase Manhattan Corp. have posted losses recently in that area. Among other big banks, KeyCorp and National City Corp. both left the business last year.
-----
Banks have been big suppliers of car leases in recent years, betting on a strong market for used cars. But the weak economy has spurred a plunge in prices in the used-car market. Some banks say they are losing $1,000 or more on leased cars in resales.
-----
BofA said it has made lease loans on about 495,000 vehicles. The bank said that although it won't make new leases, customers with outstanding leases won't be affected.
-----
Despite the hefty charge BofA will take to quit the businesses, its stock fell only modestly Wednesday, losing 6 cents to $62.50 on the New York Stock Exchange. The shares have surged 36% year to date.
-----
BofA said exiting the businesses will "pave the way to significantly reduce volatility" in its earnings.

///

2007b BofA settles privacy lawsuit. Who's next -- American Express? CLICK FOR MORE STORY
• • July 12, 2007 / Bank of America Corp. agreed to pay $14 million to resolve claims that it improperly disclosed customer information to marketers and third parties without permission.
• • The bank will pay $10.75 million to 35 million checking and savings customers nationwide and to credit card customers in California and $3.25 million to finance privacy projects, said Shirley Norton, a spokeswoman for the bank.
• • BofA did not admit wrongdoing in the accord.
• • "Bank of America denies all allegations of wrongdoing and contends that it fully complied with the law, its privacy policy and its customer agreements," Norton said.
• • The Plainfiff's accused the bank of disclosing customers' confidential information to third parties to market products or services, according to a notice sent to customers.
• • The class-action lawsuit, filed in 1999 in state court in San Francisco, has not only effected the bank, "but other credit card firms such as: American Express and Master Card" -- says Troy Cory-Stubblefield, author of Bank of America, The Tortfeasor. "Disclosing customers' confidential information to third parties to market products or services, will be the next credit reporting agencies firms to be hard hit for their tortfeasants." BofA settles privacy lawsuit. Who's next -- American Express? CLICK MORE STORY ABOUT THE TORTFEASOR UpDates / Bank Of America - The Tortfeasor Updates

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••• To reinforce any claim which purports to take precedence over legal decisions, there must of course, be proof in the way of documented information, in order that the claim can be substantiated in a legally credible & legitimate fashion. CLICK FOR MORE WELCOMES TO The Sky' The Limit.
••• Such is the case surrounding the hidden secrets and never before revealed truths about the Bank of America -- NMEC scandal; the events that destroyed many people, including the president and chairman of the board of Bank of America and NMEC. BofA's, Sam Armacost, called the NMEC scandal, "that crazy mortgage thing never should have happened." BofA's Board of Directors called the scandal; "their personal Peal Harbor."
This Book, However,
••• is not only about Bank of America and NMEC it is also about the founders, the good and bad guys of the financial, banking, insurance world, and the corporate gurus who make up the pieces of the puzzle -- that helped develop the Bank of America -- NMEC scandal -- from the early days of mortgage pass-through certificates, in 1977 to date.
• The Results of Their experiments with banking,
insurance, stock and mortgage banking during the early days of bank deregulation, are interesting, fascinating & astonishing -- especially the way David Feldman put his mortgage recycling program together -- with the largest banks, in America. As you follow each chapter and the chronological eras, as categorized in this volume, you will discover how many people and events the Bait Switch Game -- touched
•••
For instance, not only was BankAmerica, just about taken over by First Interstate Bank, but all of the companies included in the Mortgage recycling program, are now defunct. This is the purpose of this book, prepare the owners and borrows of NMEC loans, with the windfall given to them by -- Judge Tashima's order of, May 29, 1986.
•••
The court ruled that BofA's claim for NMEC's Deeds of Trust and Notes were extinguished by operation of law, under the "one-satisfaction rule", signifying that -- once the investor S&L's claims were paid off by BofA, they could not be assigned, "especially in this instant case, where BofA, was itself, liable to investors, as a "joint-tortfeasors" with NMEC. The court ordered that BofA, could not bring investors' mortgage pool claims, (which included Citizens S&L, holder of Corys mortgage certificate) -- by way of assignment against other allegedly fraudulent operators and participants in mortgage pools, (NMEC, Glacier or even the Roger Organization).
•••
Besides, Troy & Josie Cory and Good House, Inc., who else will claim ownership of the real estate properties in Texas and California, that were at one time -- owned by NMEC? The value of the property, could exceed &emdash;$113 million.
It Has Taken Many Years of research and investigation to piece together all of the facts, fables, fiction and truths -- to free this Volume from the effects of biased reporting.
•••
The methodology, which the authors and legal researches have used to resolve the NMEC scandal, is, what you might call in the high-tech world -- as Mac 'n File, then print. You'll find there's as much as a thin-line between Bank of America and NMEC activities, as there is between Trust Deeds and mortgage notes -- for without one you might not have the other.

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ITEM No.: 08; - TITLE: 680 Bank Of America, "The Tortfeasors" The Bait Switch Game". By Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Melvin Belli, Esq., Scott Stubblefield, Esq., Kevin McLean, Esq., Josie Cory. Hardcover (September 3, 1993), Price:$1,229.99 - (450 pages) - Special Order; ISBN: 1-883644-85-2; BK0660.
Review: Bank Of America, The Tortfeasor
SUBJECT: The Truth and Untold Story about the Bank of America and NMEC scandals; A shocking non-fiction book on how to rob a bank from the inside. BofA's American and un-American banking activities; Billion Dollar Contracts, News Reports on BCCI, Student loans. "Monopoly, that's the favorite game of habitual crooks &emdash; they're going to go around the board as many times as they can, before going to jail". Jim Donckels, FBI.
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PUBDATE: 3rd Edition 2008 • Revised, Updated & Expanded - - 2008.

ISBN: 1-883644-85-2; BK0660
Price: $69.95
TITLE: Bank Of America, The Tortfeasor, the Bait Switch Game.
SERIES: Tortfeasor Series
AUTHOR: Cory-Stubblefield; Belli, Melvin M.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Cory-Stubblefield, Troy; Sova, Mark
ILLUSTRATOR: Cory-Stubblefield, Troy
EDITOR: Stubblefield, Scott B. Esq.; McLean, Kevin, Esq.; Johnson Ken; Huntsman, Rulon J., Esq.; Cory, Josie
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SUBJECT: The Truth and Untold Story about the Bank of America and NMEC scandals; A shocking non-fiction book on how to rob a bank from the inside. BofA's American and un-American banking activities; Billion Dollar Contracts, News Reports on BCCI, Student loans. "Monopoly, that's the favorite game of habitual crooks --they're going to go around the board as many times as they can, before going to jail". Jim Donckels, FBI.
EDITION: Collector's Edition
VOLUME: I
PAGES: 450
DISCOUNT: 20%
PUBLISHER: Television International Publishing
CO-PUBLISHER: Smart Daaf Publishing
BINDING: HC
LISTPRICE: 1,299.99
PUBDATE: 930903
Library of Congress TX 3663273. Card # 93-061742
Effective Date of Registration: Nov 1, 1993

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