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Breaking News: A2ZFS Issues Formal VFP Statement

1002EST 06JUN13 Plain City, OH:  A2Z Field Services (A2ZFS), by and through Senior Vice President Amie Sparks, released a Formal Statement addressing their Vendor Fraud Policy (VFP).  We view this as both a prudent and anticipated move.  Based upon past interactions with A2ZFS we believe in the veracity of her words.  A2ZFS has always been both a Team Player and their Word has been their Bond, at least with Foreclosurepedia, the business.  Going forward, as we realize that in an ever changing landscape of new demands by the Clients of the National, Regional and Otherwise Unspecified Order Mills, we are hopeful that common sense will prevail in the premature release of documents which have a tendency to create fire storms.  We are further hopeful that both the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) and perhaps the National Property Preservation Guild (NPPG) may be brought to the round table to discuss the delicate balancing act between Financial Institution’s legitimate needs for protection of proprietary and personal data and the Contractor’s civil rights under the Constitution of the United States.

With specificity to the NAMFS we believe that their long and distinguished presence in the Property Preservation Industry and obvious back channel connections with both Industry and US Government Regulators and Financial Institutions would be able to facilitate, at least from the Corporate point-of-view, the drafting of documents of these types which pass muster under US Government regulations.  The NPPG would seem to be an obvious choice to have in the loop for a cross comparison for Contractor concerns.

We thank A2ZFS for addressing what we and other Contractors felt was an undue burden upon the Industry and look forward to working with them in the future!  Always remember, a Friend of Labor is a Friend of the Contractor.

A2Z Memo

Paul Williamshttps://foreclosurepedia.org
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