Scientology founder's tenets drive Pinellas title company, under fire for rapid document processing - 2011-01-29

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F7.png Scientology founder's tenets drive Pinellas title company, under fire for rapid document processing January 29, 2011, Susan Taylor Martin, Tampa Bay Times

In 2009, a low-profile Pinellas County company drew unwelcome attention in a growing national controversy over home foreclosures.

Employees of Nationwide Title Clearing, a leading processor of mortgage-related documents for banks, loan servicers and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., were under fire for signing paperwork as "vice president" of various banks although they actually worked for NTC.

The assembly-line process in which workers scrawled their names or initials on hundreds of documents at a time — typically without reading them — helped prompt the term "robo-signing." Critics said robo-signing raised questions about the accuracy of documents and the legality of thousands of foreclosure cases.

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{{cite news | first = Susan Taylor | last = Martin | author2 = Joe Childs; Thomas C. Tobin | title = Scientology founder's tenets drive Pinellas title company, under fire for rapid document processing | url = http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology-founders-tenets-drive-pinellas-title-company-under-fire-for/1148529 | work = Tampa Bay Times | date = January 29, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}