Well, it’s that time of year again when all of the Members of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) make their pilgrimage to attend the NAMFS Annual #FraudFest. This year, the NAMFS #FraudFest is being held in the Big Easy — that’s New Orleans for all you Yankees. Coming on the heels of releasing the NAMFS Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990 to Foreclosurepedia, this year’s #FraudFest is shaping up to be one to remember. And here is a salient point which I do not think that the Miller Regime is currently comprehending: 10 years ago, Hurricane Katrina slammed into The Big Easy. And when the waters began to recede, there wasn’t a hell of a lot of repairing going on. In fact, it was predominately regentrification. So, if I were a party to the Regime, I would probably stick pretty close to the hotel as not a lot of the folks down there, law enforcement included, will have much love for the NAMFS Vultures.
As we reported yesterday, the NAMFS FY2014 IRS Form 990 was finally delivered, errors and all. And not surprisingly, it left more questions unanswered, than answered. With respect to precisely how Associate Members were now capable of possessing voting rights and now able to be directors, the answer was typical NAMFS,
As for the reference to the ineligibility of Matt Zoldowski, the Board amended the by-laws in 2013 which modified the associate/affiliate members standing to voting members, part are posted all other items on this email, I will review and provide a response after our conference.
I say typical NAMFS in that I find it extremely convenient that you hold a Special Session to Amend the By Laws of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) and yet there is nothing out there to announce this and furthermore it sure in the fuck isn’t on your website where both your Membership and the American Public — surely you remember us as we foot the bill for your tax exempt status — to view!
The 2015 NAMFS #FraudFest is even worse than last year’s which was a financial catastrophe. From a Sponsorship point-of-view, 2015 NAMFS #FraudFest is SEVENTY THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS in the hole. Most notable is the fact that NAMFS could not even find only two Presidential Sponsors — only one person signed up for that and their thanks last year was to be removed from ALL NAMFS PUBLICITY. Not a single person could be found to pony up money for the Opportunity Expo.
The attendance is, as well, down. While Eric Miller, NAMFS Executive Director, is crowing about 493 people attending, that number is misleading as is Miller. In fact, out of the 493 people attending, 201 of them are entourage attendees. When we further drill down upon actual NAMFS Members, that number dwindles, yet again. The actual number of Companies attending the 2015 NAMFS #FraudFest is 289 if you include non NAMFS participants.
The entire concept that the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) is operating in a sustainable and financially solvent manner is absurd. As I will tie into later this week, the entire administrative infrastructure of NAMFS borders on the illegal, not the least of which is the latest creation of a new Voting Member class, information of which is spurious at best as there is no documentation on the NAMFS Website itself, which has no vested interest in field operations which is what was the very basis for the foundation of NAMFS by John Ward!
While those at the 2015 NAMFS #FraudFest gather, I recommend they pay close attention to the below list and the list which will compose that of the newly elected NAMFS Board of Directors. Each and all I am going to publicly roast for the crimes against humanity and the atrocities which have occurred under their Watch. Membership within NAMFS will become an extremely expensive endeavor. Period.
NAMFS Education Committee
Tyler Danalds, Precision Field Services
Dan Hanson, Cityside Management CORP
Joyce Milaszewski, JGM Property Group
Justis Smith, Rowe Enterprises
Mary Stewart, Assurant Field Asset Services
Matt Connelly, Gryphon Group LLC
Suzanne Phillips, SoCal Inspections
Kathleen Campbell, hEYE Quality Service Group, LLC
John Ryals, Primestar Field Services
Patricia Clawson, Clawson & Associates
NAMFS Government Relations Committee
Nickie Bigenho, Mortgage Contracting Services
Adam Miles, Miles Preservation
Eric Miller, NAMFS
Kellie Chambers, Safeguard Properties, INC
Bret Douglas, Ironclad Preservation
Susie Miller, ServiceLink Field Services
Heather Burt, Beers Housing, INC
Jonathan Smolen, Property Logic
Paul Magaha, Assurant Field Asset Services
Jack Bryant, MSI
NAMFS Membership Committee
Adriana Farelo, The Farelo Group
Kyle Nickles, Nickles Enterprises
Shannon Rowe, Rowe Enterprises
Elspeth Spransy, Mortgage Contracting Services
Eleisa Walker, Walker Field Services
Bret Douglas, Ironclad
John Mancunelli JR, A Town Properties
Michael MacCaull, BargainLocks
Matt Zoldowski, Property Preservation Wizard
Jack Bryant, MSI
NAMFS Conference Committee
Adriana Farelo-Fernandez, The Farelo Group
Andrew Nikeli, Quest Preservation
Austyn Korpi, IronClad
Vanessa Phelps, Assurant Field Asset Services