Mike Rowe became known as “the dirtiest man on TV.” He traveled to all 50 states and completed 300 different jobs, transforming cable television into a landscape of swamps, sewers, ice roads, coal mines, oil derricks, crab boats, hillbillies, and lumberjack camps. Now, Rowe is coming out slamming National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Offender Member Five Brothers about their insanity and unrealistic approach to the Mortgage Field Services Industry. Looks like Five Brothers and Tom Kalas should not have used his picture in their Book of Lies Training Manual! Five Brothers, whom faced hundreds of millions of dollars in False Claims Act felony charges, along with US Bank, is an Eric Miller protectorate. Glad to see that the Drive By Media are finally catching up with what Foreclosurepedia has preached for almost a decade now — REALITY! The below post is going viral on both Facebook and Twitter as I type. Foreclosurepedia stands behind the Minority Females and Labor which Miller and his nearly financially insolvent Regime have defrauded millions of dollars over the past decade. Take a stand against ANY MEMBER of NAMFS and Just Say No!
Fact of the matter is that Rowe has merely touched upon something which has been known to most Minority Females and Labor for years: NAMFS Offender Members are merely purveyors of fraud, waste and abuse. Eric Miller, NAMFS Executive Director, receives over $120,215 per year, consuming over seventy five percent of all NAMFS Member dues, to keep the fraud, waste and abuse secret. Open your mouth and Five Brothers, along with scores of other NAMFS Offender Members, will refuse to pay you and still bill the US Government for monies owed to the victims. NAMFS, the oldest Trade Association, is now nearly bankrupt with a mere $27,403 left in the coffers. Simply walk through both my article on NAMFS insolvency and their actual IRS Form 990 if you think I jest!
Here is what Rowe had to say about Five Brothers, a NAMFS Offender Member on Foreclosurepedia’s Blacklist,
Consider my own recent inclusion in the employee handbook for Five Brothers Default Management Solutions. As you can see, when it comes to workplace fashion, The Five Brothers have deemed my sartorial choices as “Unacceptable.” Why? Clearly, Five Brothers prefers the look of freshly-laundered, malnourished millennials who go belt-less and wear dance slippers.
Am I offended? No. But clearly, if I’m unwilling to change the cut of my jib, I won’t be providing default management solutions anytime soon. And I suppose I’ll just have to live with that.
PS. A big thanks to Heather Kurelic, for calling this slight to my attention. Please tell the Brothers Five my lawyers will be in touch.
Foreclosurepedia salutes Mike Rowe for telling like it is!