boarddork: Somebody who can be asked regarding your findings ?
Thank you very much for sharing all your investigations.
It is very interesting to read about, although I can't judge it, as I'm from Europe and have too less financial knowledge.
Recently we have been informed about a database where several WAMU "products" are listed: https://trustinvestorreporting.usbank.com/TIR/public/dealList/search/41
If I click on e.g. "WAMU 2002-AR1", I can find contact data, also with an email address "firstname.lastname@example.org". Just as one example which I have picked randomly. So I could imagine, that "Joan Chubb" could give further information or that "Joan Chubb" knows somebody who can give further information. Right ?
On a german discussion board, we are currently thinking about, if it might be possible to find somebody who can inform about the ownership/s of these trust/s. Who can be asked, now as we have ISIN/CUSIP numbers ?
We should know the status of them, if they are still active (and not lapsed) and who are the owners. These information would satisfy our hopes I guess for the time being.
May a trustee inform about the recipients / beneficiary ? Or is this still a secret even when the trusts are known ? What do you think ? I think we should give it a try.
Another idea is to ask somebody whom about we think it could be a recipient / beneficiary, like e.g. COOP or WMILT.
With all your done investigations about the different ISIN/CUSIPS, it would be a pity just to wait further on.
What do you and what do the others (@AZCowboy, @Royal Dude, @ItsMyOption, @Large Green, @hotmeat, @PickStocks, @..) think about ?
Appreciate your efforts. Thank you very much.