National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Board Member, Michael Evangelo, has been a very bad little boy. In all of his haste to corner both the coveted NAMFS Education and Membership Committee as well as the Inspections corner of the Mortgage Field Services Industry, Evangelo forgot some fairly basic and simple requirements. In fact, Evangelo’s now infamous images of women and infants found on his website, National Mortgage Field Services (NMFS) was only overshadowed by his release of lockbox codes to billions of dollars worth of properties. Fact of the matter is that no one could imagine precisely what Evangelo was cooking up on his climb to placement upon both the NAMFS Board of Directors as well as his placement on its Committee.
Evangelo reached out to Foreclosurepedia, in 2014, lamenting about the evil which Eric Miller and NAMFS had become. Evangelo, as the Foreclosurepedia Nation will read, labeled NAMFS, “the Enemy.” Evangelo goes on to say, “Aspen Grove; I hate them.”
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It is truly amazing to understand the two faced mentality of NAMFS and its Board of Directors. And while I wish that was the end of the story, it isn’t. As you will note, from Evangelo’s comments to Foreclosurepedia, he admits to creating and educational regimine. Evangelo partnered with Direct Connect and Maximum Field Services for the original roll out of nmfstraining.com which is today known as Mortgage Field Services (MFS). And oh what a scam it is.
The cardinal rule is that you may not train employees. Period. Strike One. Second, requiring people to pay money to an employer, in order to work, is about as criminal as it gets. Strike Two. Finally, publicly supporting a Regime to only privately raid their data, is a slight of #Epic proportions.
See, many of you did not realize that Evangelo has been a Source for Foreclosurepedia, for years. Yeah, bet you didn’t see that one coming. Oh, yes. In fact, Foreclosurepedia was a Consultant for Evangelo and set up his SAM Account for federal contracting and procurement. I know, show stopper. All of those juicy tidbits of information that Foreclosurepedia may possess pertaining to the meetings between Evangelo and the NAMFS Board Members — oh, to be that fly on the wall, ‘eh?! Fact of the matter is that Evangelo has been a traitor to NAMFS, for years — since 2014 to be specific as you read from his Letter to Foreclosurepedia.
Here is how the Evangelo scam works. You come to National Mortgage Field Services (NMFS) and are ordered to take a class purporting to be of a third party origin — yeah, nothing like that Truth In Advertising. Curious whom owns the Field Service Directory (FSD)? Yup, you got it. Evangelo. This is called The Hook.
And here is Evangelo’s ownership,
When you access the link above or directly from NMFS located here in the Links Section to become and Inspector with NMFS, you are sent to an outright lie — this is a Pay To Play Scheme which the US Department of Justice needs to investigate. And if you are curious whom owns Mortgage Field Services (MFS), simply give Evangelo a call. This is called The Line.
And you may believe that the oh-so-not-subtle recommendation for a donation ends there, but wait. In order to work, YOU MUST state whether you donated or not. You simply cannot make this shit up! This is called The Sinker.
See, that’s the deal. That field is MANDATORY! Now, I want this all to sink in, for a moment. Here you have a NAMFS Board Member whom is seated on the most powerful NAMFS Committee which services both Membership and Education. Evangelo’s access to private, privileged and confidential information is virtually limitless. Evangelo’s ability to achieve unfair economic advantages over his competitors is absolute. In essence, Evangelo believes that he is a man with extreme power. When you couple this with the fact that Evangelo had secreted away images of women and infants, as Foreclosurepedia released last week, the term predatorial begins to be conjured in the mind. Moreover, though, Evangelo wields a power that even Pedro Kolychkine, owner and founder of PK Management, yet another NAMFS member, is terrified of. This is well demonstrated by Foreclosurepedia’s latest article documenting the fact that Evangelo refused to properly secure his website even after alleged instructions to do so.
Eric Miller, the NAMFS Executive Director, has refused to do anything with respect to Evangelo. In fact, Miller, whose salary is ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS PER YEAR, could care less as long as he continues to be paid. Miller’s salary consumes over EIGHTY ONE PERCENT of all NAMFS member dues.
Evangelo’s unchecked abuse of power, by an authority figure, has highlighted the importance of broadening the base of support and deepening the analysis of the issues to look at root causes which the NAMFS Rank and File have rarely had the occasion to view. In fact, I am not sure precisely how many religious congregations would be supportive of NAMFS member parishioners whom were identified with rubber stamping the harboring of images of women and infants. Most assuredly, Fannie Mae, should be alarmed. First, Evangelo recently released every alpha lockbox code to virtually all foreclosure inventories. Second and in light of Timothy Mayopoulos’ philandering with Heather Russell, formerly of Fifth Third Bank, Senators and Congressmen may have some questions about this in light of the recent enactment of the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) bill now sitting in front of President Trump for signature.
How long will Eric Miller be able to hold the line for Evangelo? It’s hard to say. In a letter recently penned out to the LDS Bishops, Foreclosurepedia voiced concerns for Mormon firms continuing to do business with Associations such as NAMFS in light of these facts leveled. This is the reality, today. Evangelo must atone for his sin and it must be public. Only by and through public shaming of NAMFS and its corrupt Board of Directors may real change begin. And if you think it ends with Evangelo, you had best strap in because it has only begun.