If Disabled Veterans, Firemen and Single Mothers hadn’t been defrauded by Carol Boyd, a National Association of Mortgage Field Services Member and Owner of Boyd Property Preservation, it would be comedic! What a Comedy of Errors; Amateur Hour in the House of Miller — that’s Eric Miller, the Executive Director of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services whom is paid OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR to lead people like this fraudster. His Salary consumes NEARLY SEVENTY PERCENT OF ALL NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MORTGAGE FIELD SERVICES MEMBER DUES!
We were trolling around looking for new angles to attack Boyd Property Preservation from and found a treasure trove,
By Beverly Payne
on April 10, 2013 at 3:36 PM, updated April 11, 2013 at 7:07 AM
Dalton, GA – Boyd Property Preservation, LLC, a locally owned property preservation company, announced today the creation of 104 jobs in Whitfield County and 300 over the State of Georgia. The company is establishing its headquarters in Dalton and the jobs will consist of accounting, customer service, and information technology positions.
The company maintains bank owned properties in the Southeast. This includes Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida. Boyd Property Preservation began the hiring process by interviewing job seekers during the Dalton Career Expo on December 5, 2012, hosted by the Georgia Department of Labor.
“Boyd Property Preservation’s decision to expand its operation is terrific news for North Georgia’s workforce and for the state”, said Chris Cummiskey, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. “Most of the job creation in the state comes from our existing industry, so we and our partners, like those in Dalton-Whitfield County, work hard to make sure these companies know we appreciate them and that they can accomplish their business goals right here in Georgia.” [Great news Chris? Great that you can destroy the lives of Disabled Veterans and Firemen?! Are you high on drugs?!]
“It’s always great to help an existing business with the creation of new jobs,” said Elyse Cochran-Davis, Executive Director of the Dalton-Whitfield County Joint Development Authority. “I’d like to thank all of our partners for helping the company establish their headquarters and workforce here in Dalton.”
The Dalton-Whitfield County Joint Development Authority partnered with the Georgia Department of Economic Development and Georgia Department of Labor to facilitate this project. GDEcD Regional Project Manager, Earl Campbell, assisted the company on behalf of the state.
“I would also like to express my thanks to the Dalton-Whitfield Joint Development Authority for their assistance,” said CEO, Carol Boyd, and would like to especially thank Andrew Carnes, who worked diligently to guide us through this process and has been there to assist us whenever needed.”
In addition, Carol thanks Wells Fargo Bank NA for their assistance. “They have been a tremendous help to our company in ways that went beyond our expectations.” “It is great to know that we have such hometown support.”
Carol concluded by adding, “The Georgia Department of Labor has been and will continue to be a strong partner of ours as we seek qualified applicants.”
Make sure to check the Comments Section on the Article. We will keep everyone updated on this National Association of Mortgage Field Services Member and the Statements from the Georgia Department of Labor, Wells Fargo — unless kiting checks it back en vogue, The Dalton Whitfield County JDA, and the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
I have a hunch these political types are not going to want to be associated with the bad PR and Google SEO as it churns their names along with Carol Boyd, a Member of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services.