quasimodo wrote:My CEO would like to thank the individual who pulled up the illegal eviction issues he is currently dealing with.
Tell him he's welcome. Please ask him a couple of questions: (1) How did the "CEO" of this whiz-bang bunch of real estate experts manage to get himself evicted twice in the last three years
? It couldn't be that he was trying out his theories and found himself on the street as a result, could it? That would be inauspicious for the prospects of potential clients. (2) Those are not just evictions, they're judgments
. Where was he when his former landlords were obtaining them? Taking his dog for a long, long walk?I cannot speak to his case.
There is a case pending now in this regard in where he is Plaintiff.
Better late than never, I suppose. Court? Docket number?Again, I cannot speak to his case at this time. Once I have more to say in regard to this matter I will respond accordingly.
We have bought into and aligned our company with the nation's largest legal group.
While I know what a law firm is, I have no idea what a "legal group" is. The opposite of an illegal group?Please note I misspoke in my original post.
We have aligned our company with one of the nation's largest legal groups. This group (whom I am currently not at liberty to identify)
If you would be so kind as to amend your quote It would be greatly appreciated.
Our clients have had success with our work product though wserra seems to think I am making all of this up. As I said in another forum, time will tell so I will not have to.
The poster is referring to the exchange between him and me in this thread
on Sui Juris. He posted two documents which we discuss there, neither one of which proves a thing. Rather than post any actual proof, he told me I would soon "eat crow"
. And I never said he was "making all of this up"; I said he hadn't proven anything. He still hasn't.I meant that crow remark lightheartedly. No offense intended.
You are a fine researcher. You dug up all kinds of goodies on my CEO and myself. You reference documents which bear case numbers. Do your research.
Some of you want to know the "secret". There is no secret. Here is how this process works.
So you look for paperwork errors/frauds in the title of the entity seeking to foreclose. Nothing wrong with that. However, if you do manage to call a certain mortgage transfer into question, that doesn't void the original mortgage
- you're not at all likely to be able to do that - it simply means that an earlier entity is the lawful holder
. Do you explain that, or do you imply that your clients will reap an unearned windfall? And how much do you charge for these services? What you do is not difficult, and a homeowner is likely to be able to do much of it for himself, with a little effort. If you fail, do you refund the client's money? How about linking to (or posting) a copy of the agreement you present to potential clients for signature?
----------------------------------------However, if you do manage to call a certain mortgage transfer into question, that doesn't void the original mortgage
Correct, but it does prove that the party foreclosing has no authority do do so.lawful holder
Don't be so sure of that.Do you explain that, or do you imply that your clients will reap an unearned windfall?
Your accusations, and insinuations are completely ludicrous and based upon blind speculation, so there is nothing on your list thus far to have to divulge to our clients. We urge our clients to seek competent counsel. Counsel can tell the client what their chances are. In regard to the 'reap an unearned windfall' comment, do you mean like the banks do? No. Settlements can be reached, and there is nothing granted to the client that is not due him as a matter of law.And how much do you charge for these services?
Single mortgage: $3695.00
Double mortgage $5195.00
Package includes; PI Report/PI's affidavit, Audit results (mortgage/foreclosure process/securities), auditor's resume and certification, sample: motion, affidavit, finding of facts & conclusions, supporting case law, copy of all documents filed into the county records, and provided for auditing, letter to representative counsel, and consultation with representative counsel. a homeowner is likely to be able to do much of it for himself, with a little effort.
I differ. Do you mean to tell me that Sally Socker Mom has access to run FBI background checks from her iphone and is licensed to do so? Do you mean to tell me that she also has access to Bloomgerg? Do you mean to tell me that she has years of experience in the mortgage lending industry? Has she been trained and certified by a recognized entity for the purpose of auditing? I suppose she can also take the stand to testify in the capacity of an expert witness to her own case too. If it were that easy everyone would have already done it.If you fail, do you refund the client's money?
Other than taking someone's money and never giving them what they paid for how can we fail? Our PI's are simply finders of facts where there facts to be found. If you hire someone to find oil in your back yard and he looks and tells you there is no oil to be found do you owe him for looking? Yes you do. Our PI's and auditors do not get paid for what they find they get paid for looking. If they got paid for what they found they would have a vested interest in the outcome of the audit, and that would prejudice the clients evidence. We will not do that. When we started this company we thought that we could reasonably expect to find 1/3 to 1/2 of the mortgage audits come back showing that everything was done in lawful compliance and that the mortgage was enforceable. Three years later we are still waiting to see that one. How about linking to (or posting) a copy of the agreement you present to potential clients for signature?
If you seriously intend on being a client I will send "YOU" one. Beyond that, no dice.
Steve Skidmore CCO
Are you the "Steven Skidmore" who has had his own Texas legal problems, including an eviction, a bankruptcy and state tax liens?I do have a case pending that I will not discuss in a public forum, and that BK is better than 20 years old. Oh, and there has been no eviction.