This may sound odd, but are representitives with the DSS allowed to sign each others' names on releases? I found a release for one of my borrowers that was hand filled out - not typed (have NEVER seen it before). I started going through other releases to see if I could match the specialist's signature and the one on this release looks off from every other one of the signatures. So I will report that. But during my search, I found a signature for a different specialist (very distinct, large signature that caught my eye) and found her signing 2 completely different ways from the usual signature (and both of these different signatures - different from each other, even, were on the same day). These forms were fully typed, unlike my borrowers release, which was a standard typed form, but with all pertinent info hand written. Are all of these odd docs forgeries? Or is it some sort of standard practice within the DSS to be able to sign as another specialist?
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