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The inevitable conclusion, in my opinion, is that where the investment banks have set up a structure where the real lender is deprived of the evidence (i.e., the promissory note) of the loan (which they didn’t want) and the borrower is deprived of information and good faith in a table funded loan with multiple layers of conduits, is that the identity of both the investors and the borrowers is being systematically stolen, misused and causing losses and financial damage to both sets of victims. That is precisely what TILA and Reg Z are aiming at when they describe such loans as “predatory per se.” Isn’t that unclean hands per se?
The usual charges of identity theft are against individuals who poach identities and then use it get credit, cash or goods and services…
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