Susan Kline, ReMax of Valencia

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SUSAN KLINE (Sue Kline/Susan Joy Kline) is a realtor-broker and property manager who operates out of ReMax, Valencia, California. She is the hired hand for IndyMac Mortgage Services, Inc. (a division of OneWest Bank) that represents Deutsche Bank National Trust Co..

IndyMac and Deutsche use Nazi-like tactics to foreclose (either legally or illegally) and then evict people from their homes. Judges in California will evict people instantly with no real proof from the banks that the foreclosures were proper and these big banks count on that to pull their dirty tricks.

In one instance, Susan Kline of ReMax (who previously worked as an agent under the banner Prudential California Realty in Valencia) was sued by a California couple who had their house nearly broken into by other companies (Field Asset Services, Inc. of Austin Texas and Monster Mowers of Lancaster, CA-owned by Matthew Jay Cohick) hired by IndyMac/Deutsche. In that case, Sue Kline had been hired as the agent/broker and property manager representing the property and the interests of the banks while the banks were knowingly acting illegally against the couple to evict them.

Susan Kline worked diligently to perform her property management duties and when confronted with the news that the couple were living legally on the property, she hid all information about the people she was dealing with at IndyMac so the couple couldn't contact anyone other than she which of course caused massive problems for the couple which eventually led to their eviction.

She went on to defame the tenant victims to Joan Mougel, a V.P. of Field Asset Services and later her attorneys used the same defamation in their court papers. Ms. Kline then misappropriated confidential information supplied to Deutsch attorneys to use that against the couple.

IndyMac is the direct mortgage servicing company of Deutsche. They go hand in hand. So what kind of company is Deutsche and how do they conduct business?

Reuters-JAN 29, 2011

NEW YORK - A branch of the US Department of Justice is investigating whether Deutsche Bank filed false documents and attempted to mislead a bankruptcy judge in a foreclosure action.

Although the investigation involves the case of only one homeowner in Connecticut, a court document filed on January 26 by the United States Trustee's Office said it wants to elicit information about Deutsche Bank's practices in general in foreclosure cases.

The inquiry involves Deutsche Bank National Trust Co, the Deutsche Bank unit that acts as trustee for thousands of trusts that invested in mortgage-backed securities.

The US Trustees' Office is a division of the Department of Justice responsible for overseeing administration of bankruptcy cases. FULL STORY: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/bs.nsf/Article/US-investigates-Deutsche-Bank-in-foreclosure-case-DK282?OpenDocument&src=rab

WSJ: Dec. 2010: DEUTSCHE BANK ADMITS CRIMINAL WRONGDOING!"¨WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORTS"¨By Chad Bray"¨"¨NEW YORK"”Deutsche Bank AG agreed Tuesday to pay $553.6 million and admitted criminal wrongdoing to settle a long-running probe over fraudulent tax shelters that allowed clients to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.S. taxes."¨"¨Under a nonprosecution agreement with the U.S. Attorney's office in Manhattan and the Internal Revenue Service, the German bank won't be prosecuted for its participation in about 15 tax shelters involving more than 2,100 customers between 1996 and 2002, including shelters marketed by accounting firm KPMG LLP and defunct law firm Jenkens & Gilchrist PC.  (You read that correctly: In court papers, the Department of Justice agreed not to criminally prosecute Deutsche Bank for any crimes related to its participation in a broad conspiracy to defraud the Internal Revenue Service! 

Can you imagine what would have happened if it were you or I involved in such criminal wrongdoing?) Read more of the WSJ article at http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703581204576033761692111074.html

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Anonymous
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What's wrong with that realtor? The banks are horrible for what they're doing against people.

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