Eric Miller, Executive Director of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS), has been Johnny Come Lately as Hurricane Ian targets Tampa with a Category 4 force and effect. Even the International Association of Field Service Technicians (IAFST) has the evacuation orders published and constantly updated at the top of their page. There has been a lot of speculation lately as to whether or not Miller and NAMFS will even make it through the next fiscal year. Miller’s Bacchanalian escapism at the recent Five Star simply demonstrated that he had little grasp — let alone control — over an Industry that is far removed from him and NAMFS. In fact, with an 80%+ attrition rate of Labor, the reality is that the three dollar inspections that NAMFS members have pushed and the lack of pay raises in over 30+ years has already taken its toll on a dying Industry.
As hospitals close and move patients out of the St Petersburg area, the lack of announcements from ALL NAMFS MEMBERS has been a deafening silence. It is part and parcel a demonstration of how NAMFS members hold profits above human life. Currently, firms such as ServiceLink and Cyprexx — both in the path of Hurricane Ian — have refused to cancel any work orders.
Charlotte County, Hernando County, Hillsborough County, Lee County, Levy County, Pasco County, Pinellas County, and Sarasota County all have MANDATORY evacuations. And with thousands of work orders currently ongoing there, Labor has begun to question whether or not they will be charged back for work impossible to perform. The answer to that question is yes. Yes, if you refuse to risk your life you will be charged back for work orders as no other statements have been provided.
It is business as usual for Eric Miller and his NAMFS member cabal. The only question remaining is how many lives will be lost based upon their profiteering. If you are currently receiving work orders from NAMFS members, Foreclosurepedia would like to speak with you! Shoot us an email and let us know what actions are being taken to protect you as Hurricane Ian approaches landfall.