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  • But a fair number of these hires had no experience or knowledge of the industry and may not have reviewed the documents - hence the term robo-signers.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • But if you live in one of the election's crucial battleground states, odds are that you're already getting more than your fair share of what they call robo calls.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2008

  • The fact that it's become available in pills really in the last couple years has added to some of the momentum behind this, but kids have been what they call robo-tripping for a long time, which is drinking cough syrup.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2003

  • A group of federal bank regulators are working together to investigate the practice, which has become known as robo-signing.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • These employees have earned the nickname robo-signers.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • robo rally the year away at a new years party with friends, we played a game called robo rally.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The so-called robo-signer scandal, coupled with the holiday season, led to a slow in foreclosures; with the start of the new year and the scandal cleared, foreclosures are likely to begin again in earnest.

    New Foreclosure Law Gives Soldiers A Reprieve

  • Revelations in recent months that lenders cut corners when processing foreclosure cases, using so-called robo-signers, who signed thousands of court documents without reading them, have prompted federal regulators to consider ways to revamp the mortgage-servicing system.

    Mortgage Servicers Face New Fee System

  • Wells Fargo and GMAC faced the threat of class-action lawsuits from homeowners facing foreclosure that had affidavits signed by so-called robo-signers, or back-office employees who signed off on thousands of documents without first reviewing them.

    Wells Fargo to Refile Some Foreclosures in Maryland

  • From large writedowns to so-called robo signers, myriad lawsuits and the recent black eye of foreclosing on active-duty military borrowers, the business has weighed on the bank.

    J.P. Morgan Shuffles Management of Home-Lending Arm

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