We’ve been alerted by several homeowners about Frank Waldo’s Fraud Stoppers website, videos and literature that contain lies and disinformation harmful to homeowners.
          Frank Waldo who owns Fraud Stoppers sold worthless securitization audits performed by Certified Forensic Loan Audits, who was recently put out of business for scamming homeowners. The courts have repeatedly held these securitization auditors are “charlatans” and their “paperwork empty gimmickry:”….
          And now this fraud is admitting to homeowners that “the CFLA audit is no good.” What a whore! Is he going to return the funds to homeowners who bought this useless garbage he was peddling? I think not.
          Frank Waldo also claims that the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas stated in LANDMARK NATIONAL BANK v. KESLER that “the splitting of the note and mortgage creates an immediate and fatal flaw in title”. This alleged quote posted by Frank Waldo doesn’t exist. Scammers, like Frank Waldo make up quotes from court cases in an attempt to back up their lies, frivolous rhetoric and arguments.
          The truth; courts around the country have held that a deed of trust ” ‘split’ from the note through securitization, DOES NOT render the note unenforceable. JOHNSON V. HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL, 2011 WL 4373975, at *7 (S.D.Cal. Sep.20, 2011); CERVANTES V. COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, 656 F.3d 1034 (9th Cir. 2011) (The “split the note” theory has no sound basis in law or logic.).
          Sadly, for another homeowner a federal court found this homeowners arguments supplied by Frank Waldo to be “meritless:” “Plaintiffs apparently learned their securitization theory from Frank Waldo, as nearly half of the Complaint is verbatim from his website:”… And here’s another homeowner who lost using his nonsense and scam audit:… Regrettably, I could post dozens more, just like this one.
          And worse still, some poor soul made the drastic mistake of giving this fraud her confidential settlement agreement; and this scumbag posted it on his website; proving this woman breached the agreement and will be forced to return any funds she received back to the bank. Why would anyone trust this moron? If they do, they certainly will meet the same sad ending that the others have.
          Frank Waldo also disseminates other lies and complete nonsense: Real facts regarding the Daly case can be found here:
          Sadly, homeowners have already succumbed, or will succumb to Frank Waldo’s Fraud Stoppers slick marketing campaigns and lose their homes as many already have; but Mortgage Fraud Examiners will continue to expose these scammers, and others like them.


  1. Fraud Stoppers apology and retraction for posting on his website made up stories and other lies about Storm Bradford and his company Mortgage Fraud Examiners.


    This is a Formal Public Apology and Retraction Regarding Negative Posts & Comments FRAUD STOPPERS Made About Storm Bradford owner of the Mortgage Fraud Examiners.

    I, Frank Jason Waldo, posted harmful statements against Storm Bradford and Mortgage Fraud Examiners.
    I regret my actions and formally apologize to Mr. Bradford, Mr. Hurt, and anyone else who have been negative effected by my actions.

    I posted false statements about Storm Bradford in response to a webpage on his website stating that FRAUD STOPPERS was conning homeowners with dangerous lies & misinformation, relating to a misleading video about the Daley case that we reposted, a made up case quote that promoted a false narrative, and the promoting and selling securitization audits.

    The internet is littered with crooks and conmen harming homeowners and Storm Bradford prides himself on exposing them…Storm Bradford even runs a national radio show called Fraudsters Radio to expose frauds and has reported on cases where judges have said that securitization audits are scams and the auditors are charlatans.

    My motives in posting negative statements about Mr. Bradford and emailing over 1300 people on our contact list, was done in part to try defame Mr. Bradford and in part to defend our name.

    In hind sight no action should have been taken on our part. It was wrong for me to respond to Mr. Bradford’s post in such a meanspirited way. Especially since Storm was trying to help educated people so they can avoid pitfalls and misinformation in this industry.

    Mr. Bradford has exposed many scammers, so, anything you might read about him, that is not complimentary is most likely a lie or made up story.

    FRAUD STOPPERS PMA routinely publishes information about mortgage fraud cases and related topics to attract readers and members in order to try and help homeowners facing foreclosure and mortgage fraud issues. We do not intentionally or with malicious or deceitful motives publish misinformation in an attempt to deceive or con homeowners.

    After seeing Mr. Bradford’s post about the content in question, it was removed from our website and YouTube channel.

    The Bible teaches us to forgive our enemies and to repay no man evil for evil, but instead to pray for them who harm you.

    I honestly thought that Mr. Bradford was posting about FRAUD STOPPERS out of malice. However even if that was true, which I know do not believe is the case, I was wrong in how I responded and what I posted on our website about Storm and Mortgage Fraud Examiners.

    For this I formally and public apologize to Mr. Bradford, Mr. Hurt, and any readers who have been negatively effected by my actions.

    After speaking with Mr. Bradford for several hours I now think that he did not post any comments about FRAUD STOPPERS to try and defame or slander us, rather he genuinely feels a moral obligation and civic duty to warn homeowners of what he considers to be misinformation on the internet that can result in them wasting time and money in efforts that may harm them.

    I, Frank Waldo, and FRAUD STOPPERS PMA can appreciate and support that cause.

    After posting about Storm Bradford FRAUD STOPPERS has received calls from happy customers of Storm Bradford’s company Mortgage Fraud Examiners stating that they and their attorneys loved his work product and his genuine concern for them and the successful outcome of their cases.

    Furthermore, FRAUD STOPPERS has asked one of our trusted associates who we feel has great insight to what works in court to win against the banks, and that person has given Mortgage Fraud Examiners mortgage transaction analysis a thumbs up!

    FRAUD STOPPERS is happy to promote the mortgage transaction analysis that Mortgage Fraud Examiners offers. We do a 180 on our initial (incorrect) stance regarding Mr. Bradford and his company.

    I humble request that he forgive me, so together, we can help homeowners fight mortgage fraud and foreclosure fraud, while avoiding common traps, pitfalls, and swindles associated with the foreclosure defense industry.

    You can learn more about Storm Bradford’s services at

    Sincerely & Respectfully,
    Frank J Waldo
    Phone: 800-459-1215
    Fax: 844-318-3941

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  2. It seems that we know what is wrong with everyone else, but WHAT is the solution to the fact that a Mortgage Company gets the hoe owner to sign both a Mortgage AND a Promissory Note (PN). The PN is much like a check obligation in that they then sell the PN to investor(s) which, in fact pays of the Mortgage AND removes the Mortgage Company from a position of collecting on that “check” again from the homeowner. Does anybody have a solution?


    1. The sale of a note DOES NOT pay off the mortgage. The note is a promise to pay contract. The mortgage is the collateral (property); which the homeowner agreed the lender and/or its assigns could take if the borrower breached the note.


  3. “The note and mortgage are inseparable; the former as essential, the latter as an incident. An assignment of the note carries the mortgagn with it, while an assignment of the latter alone is a nullity.*” Carpenter v. Longman, 83 U.S. 271 (1873).
    It would appear that when the note and mortgage are Separated, the note becomes an unsecured instrument much the same as an unsecured credit card. In fact, a recent article came Indicated that a New Jersey court found that when The note and mortgage are separated, anyone attempting to enforce either one must possess both.


    1. You have your facts wrong, every court in the country that has heard the argument, holds that the note is enough: JOHNSON V. HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL, 2011 WL 4373975, at *7 (S.D.Cal. Sep.20, 2011) (refusing to recognize the “discredited theory” that a deed of trust ” ‘split’ from the note through securitization, render[s] the note unenforceable”).


      1. There is also a need to be cognizant of the fact the the judicial system is fictional. Court case decisions are not necessary based upon “law”, but on “opinions” from those who are/have the power to decide what is right or wrong. We can not expect truth from a “system” that inherently false.


  4. I have paid Fraudstoppers after Holmes & Gault who did it audit on my property that was taken illegally and a small court in East Tawas I owned my home for 18 years never missed a payment actually there’s two legal pieces of property I own Fraudstoppers said they help me register a complaint in federal court for losing with Bank fraud committed by Bank of America. without even going to court but yet I can’t get through to Tony or Frank or anyone I spoke of maybe I need to go to her attorney generals office ?


      1. Don’t know what those scammers are going to do now that CFLA has been put out of business for scamming homeowners.


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