National Field Network (NFN), an Offender Member of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime, is back in the news again this week after an anonymous tip was sent to Foreclosurepedia. According to our Source, NFN is financially insolvent this week and will be unable to make payroll for most of its Contractors. What we do know is that NFN was one of the primary reason for the collapse of Buczek Enterprises.
I apologize and I will get back to you with a full, blown out evaluation of NFN. I have been inundated with time restraints.
In the meantime, they are not issuing checks to their vendor network this week and have not informed anyone. The reason that they cannot issue is a complete lack of funds.
Much more info to come on the sinking ship and the completely moronic Shari Nott and the [redacted] using, thong wearing Chris Crandell.
Now, precisely what will or won’t happen, I do not know. If NFN is judged according to the litmus test Foreclosurepedia applies, Contractors will be hung out to dry as usual. Is NFN they insolvent? I don’t know as I do not work inside NFN. Is the above message from my Source accurate? I suppose we will find out soon enough. While the rest of the herd is out chasing NAMFS Regime Sightings, Foreclosurepedia is on location in the New England states pulling Court Documents. We leave for Washington, DC, in several hours for follow up meetings with Fannie Mae Sources to get an inside track for our Clients while the pundits hock their wares along the Trenton Turnpike. So, the 24 hours at the house at least reminded me why I do what I do. For those whom thought we had disappeared, always remember that the chirping of that smoke alarm is sometimes more than just a dead battery!