National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) members are finding it more and more difficult to pump out their pool of inspections as New York City begins cracking down on out of state travelers. For years, NAMFS members have paid just three dollars to deprive elderly minority homeowners of their property. It is a scheme and racket which makes the current environment of racism look pale when juxtaposed. Apparently New York City has had enough. CNBC had this to say,
People who violate the state’s order will be subject to fines and a mandatory quarantine, Cuomo said. He said the fines will be $2,000 for the first violation, $5,000 for the second and up to $10,000 if they cause harm.
So, for all of those folks whom are continuing to support NAMFS and its membership, make no mistake whatsoever that if you are travelling into New York City, the checkpoints are going to find you and you will be required to submit to a 14 day quarantine. For those of you whom believe you can circumvent the system, I suggest you pay particular attention to the license tag readers which will follow your every move.
New York City is setting up quarantine checkpoints at “key entry points” along main bridges and tunnels to the city to screen travelers coming from more than 30 states with bad coronavirus outbreaks, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.
“Travelers coming in from those states will be given information about the quarantine, they will be reminded that it is required, not optional,” de Blasio said at a press briefing. “They’ll be reminded that failure to quarantine is a violation of state law and it comes with serious penalties.” The checkpoints will begin Wednesday.
It couldn’t come at a worse time as NAMFS Executive Director Eric Miller has been offering 50% off all NAMFS member dues and a complete waiver of all application fees with most recently sent out emails to all NAMFS members attempting to get them to convince their $3 inspectors to join.