HomeStar: State of Minnesota Launches Audits

BREAKING NEWS: HomeStar Property Solutions (HomeStar), a National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Member is under Audit by the State of Minnesota. As many recall, we reported upon HomeStar sending out an email several weeks back to Contractors asking for them to be compassionate with respect to the fact that they were nearly Seven Million Dollars in the hole. When Contractors began to discuss this, HomeStar then refused to communicate further. Looks like the chickens have come home to roost just like Foreclosurepedia predicated.

From: Tasha Becker <tasha.becker@hspsusa.com>
Date: April 25, 2014 at 11:30:37 AM CDT
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: 2012-2013 Contractor Documents with HomeStar

Good Afternoon,

You are receiving this email because we did work with you in the 2012-2013 year but we do not have your Certificate of General Liability Insurance on file for that time period. We are in the middle of a State of MN Audit and we are missing these documents from you. It is VERY IMPORTANT I rec these documents from you ASAP. If you dont have a copy and you can provide me with your Agents phone number I can call them myself and get this.

ALSO IF YOU HAVE ANY LICENSE FOR THIS TIME PERIOD PLEASE SEND THAT AS WELL.

Any questions please feel free to call.

Thank you,
--
Tasha Becker
Vendor Management
Office: 763.205.7946 / Fax: 763.374.4797

HOMESTAR PROPERTY SOLUTIONS
7351 KIRKWOOD LN N STE 130, MAPLEGROVE, MN 55369-5219

Contractors in the State of Minnesota had plenty to say about HomeStar's track record as well,

They have been ripping off contractors all over the place. They also try and play phone games and make up rules as they go to try and get out of paying you. They are a scam they have robbed thousands of dollars just from me. There are other contractors out there that we have heard they did the same thing to. Nothing but scam artist who try and bully you. I am a small woman owed company and I feel they are taking full advantage of me.

I hope someone can do something soon. I also plan on putting liens on the properties that I did work on hopefully then they will pay. They also will try and tell you what the county codes are but trust me the people at Homestar do not know what they are talking about for I have talked to each county that work was done in and HomeStar was wrong. They also will break the there own contract so be aware they will rob you blind.

We have been predicting that the Audits are coming. As you can see from the HomeStar Language, the onus is being placed squarely upon the shoulders of Contractors. Micheal Breese, on the heels of reporting

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