For several years now, Foreclosurepedia has begun developing somewhat of a cult following. Our Gonzo style of reporting upon the seedy and corrupt Mortgage Field Services Industry has been the conversation of many a National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime offender for quite sometime. When the reality had finally sunk in that the threats of violence and frivolous litigation merely encouraged the lulz I ratcheted out in prolific quantity, people began to through the hyperbole and discern the fortune cookies scattered around. That was always my goal: I have never desired a readership whom were uneducated and incapable of analytical thought.
Now, Drive By Media Pundits following me is nothing new. Paul Jackson, HousingWire’s Editor has had a subscription to Foreclosurepedia for quite some time — November, 2013 I believe. They and I; the Drive By Media and I, deal with two different segments. DS News and HousingWire appeal to a wide base audience wherein a certain societal line must be walked. Truth be known I enjoy most of the stuff the ratchet out dealing with the Industry from a material point-of-view. Additionally, I do not look at myself being in competition with either HousingWire nor DS News even though they are in competition with each other.
The reality is that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a common link between Colin Robins, DS News Digital Editor, Paul Jackson and myself. The fraud perpetrated by the National Association of Mortgage Field Servcies (NAMFS) Regime is back burner compared to the gargantuan 800 pound gorilla CFPB ransacking throughout the Mortgage Field Services Industry.
The reality is that a low level staffer is simply monitoring what what I and hundreds of others write to see if there is a kernel or nugget which might be extracted and expounded upon. It is what we all do. The conscious action, though, of adding Foreclosurepedia to these types of media newswire listings is what is interesting.