FACT: 8 in 10 mortgages have been securitised.
If your Mortgage Securitisation Claim ("MSC") is successful you may be able to clear or substantially reduce your existing mortgage balance, even after the payment of the 30% (incl. VAT) No Win - No Fee amount to the panel law firm representing your MSCA Mortgage Securitisation Claim costs £1.00 with WAIVER CODE: "YAYC100". Click Here
We have repeatedly referred to a Mortgage Securitisation Claim (MSC) which was coming and we predicted it would break the existing status quo. We also predicted the MSC would “make the PPI debacle appear insignificant in comparison”.
The time has finally arrived for mortgage customers to discover the truth about mortgages, how they work, and what the Banks have been up to behind the scenes.
Banks would have you believe that securitisation [the process of bundling mortgages and selling the benefits to third parties] exists to improve liquidity. That's not the whole story
The truth is the Banks are profiting in ways that you, the customer, could never have dreamed of.
If you have a UK Mortgage, which is up to date (with no current arrears) and you have atleast 3 years remaining then you should consider finding out whether or not you have a claim.
We're going to show you a solution which, if successful, could clear or substantially reduce your existing mortgage balance, even after the payment of the 30% (incl. VAT) No Win - No Fee amount to the panel law firm representing your Mortgage Securitisation Claim. Note: (25% + VAT = 30%)
A Mortgage Securitisation Claim (MSC) costs £1.00 when you the Waiver Code "YAYC100" ~ so make a note of it!
Whatever you do, don’t MISS OUT on the solution…
Securitisation is the process by which Banks and Mortgage Companies bundle or package Mortgages together and then sell them. This process raises a number of technical questions about who has the right, if any, to collect the mortgage debt from you and which party should be registered at Land Registry as the owner of the Mortgage Debt.
Some legal experts believe the process of securitsation causes a number of problems for Mortgage Companies. For example:
a) Privity of Contract.
When did you consent to the transfer of your Mortgage Contract to a new Company/Special Purpose Vehicle ("SPV")?
b) On whose Account was the Mortgage Sold?
Many Standard Mortgage Conditions contain a Power of Attorney ("POA"), in which you have appointed the Bank or Mortgage Company as your attorney to act for you, in your Name.
Who was the Bank or Mortgage Company acting as when it sold the Mortgage? If it was acting as you under POA then the sales proceeds belong to you and should have extinguished your Mortgage Debt.
It must first be establishedwhether or not your mortgage has been securitised.
That's where Mortgage Securitisation Claims Ltd come in. With your permission a Data Subject Access Request will be sent to your Bank/Mortgage Company. Banks and Mortgage Companies are rarely transparent about what they have done. This is where expertise really counts. Part 35 Experts (Legal Quest plc) know what to look for and how to gauge whether or not your mortgage has been sold/securitised.
If it is shown that your Mortgage has been securitised you can make a Mortgage Securitisation Claim. If your Mortgage Securitisation Claim is successful you may be able to clear or substantially reduce your existing mortgage balance, even after the payment of the 30% (incl. VAT) No Win - No Fee amount to the panel law firm representing your Mortgage Securitisation Claim. Note: (25% + VAT = 30%)
We believe it's a no brainer. What have you got to lose?
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We hope that all makes sense, but if it doesn’t, for whatever reason email us on: [email protected] and we'll get straight back to you.
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