Hat tip to my law partner, Danielle Kelley, Esq., for sending me the manual and the reports on it. Anyone desirous of a consultation on the application of what is on this blog, must either be a lawyer or have a lawyer who is licensed in the jurisdiction in which the property is located. For scheduling call 954-495-9867 (South Florida Office), 850-765-1236 (North Florida Office), and 520-405-1688 (Western United States). International callers: The same rules apply.
Well that didn’t take long. Like the revelations concerning Urban Lending Solutions and Bank of America, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the the intermediary banks were hell bent for foreclosure regardless of what was best for the investors or the borrowers. This included, fraud, fabrication, unauthorized documents and signatures, perjury and outright theft of money and identities. I understand the agreement between the Bush administration and the…
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It has been my contention all along that these cases ought to end in the discovery process with some sort of settlement — money damages, modification, short-sale, hardest hit fund programs etc. But the only way the homeowner can get honest terms is if they present a credible threat to the party seeking foreclosure. That threat is obvious when the Judge issues an order compelling discovery to proceed and rejecting arguments for protective orders, (over-burdensome, relevance etc.). It is a rare bird that a relevance objection to discovery will be sustained.
Once the order is entered and the homeowner is free to inquire about all the mechanics of transfer of her loan, the opposition is faced with revelations like those which have recently been discovered with the Wells Fargo manual that apparently…
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Written by Henry Baum
This is pretty fantastically strange. The frescoes in the Bank of America corporate headquarters are as cryptic as those at the Denver airport. Deconstructed here as being rife with New World Order occult symbolism.
I chalked this up to more New World Order paranoia – if banks are known for one thing, it’s bad art. Until looking into the artist, who happens to be the grandson of McKendree Robbins Long, painter of some of the craziest milliennialist paintings in history.
Not saying there’s a direct connection between the two artists, beyond family. But that’s bizarre – entertainingly bizarre.
Meanwhile, Wikileaks releases information about American empire in which New World Order is bandied about even by people who don’t reside on the conspiracy fringe. There are calls to kill Julian Assange for putting American interests at risk, but no calls for violence against leaders that actually orchestrate…
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It’s been said time and time again: “personalized emails and letters garner higher response rates.” But in the recent cases of Office Max and Bank of America, that personal touch crossed the line … big time.
In January, Office Max shocked a gentleman by sending him a mailing addressed as follows:
Yes, you’re reading that correctly, it’s addressed to “Daughter Killed in Car Crash.” According to Gawker, after rightfully registering a complaint with Office Max, the company issued the following apology:
“We are deeply sorry that Mr. Seay and his family received this mailing from us, and we are reaching out to Mr. Seay to convey our sincerest apologies on this unfortunate matter. This mailing is a result of a mailing list rented through a third-party provider. We have reached out to the third-party mailing list provider to research what happened. Based on a preliminary investigation today we…
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