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The Smoking Gun: Safeguard Properties Confronted With Bounced Checks

With the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) in full swing with their shin dig in Chicago, we wanted to take the time to show how the Contractors whom work day in and day out to finance this obscene display of profit are actually being treated. It boggles my mind how prestigious folks such as Laura Bush and Condoleeza Rice would allow their names to be associated with the unsavory behavior which is rampant within the Mortgage Field Service Industry. I suppose, though, that in the same way that the Franciscans in Chicago are merely a Public Relations Ploy in my opinion, so too are Laura and Condi down in Texas.

The truly repugnant situation now churning in East Tennessee is the inordinate amount of Christian Female Contractors whom have been defrauded while the Emperor plays with is proverbial fiddle. 100% of the latest Contractors performing services upon Safeguard Properties Work Orders for GM Property Services have been Christian. 75% of the Contractors have been Female. All have been stonewalled with respect to getting paid for services rendered.

Below is a check from the Jason Mathis – Brandon Lambert Dynasty known this go around as GM Property Services. Safeguard Properties hired GM Property Services knowing full well that Jason Mathis was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GM Property ServicesSafeguard Properties has also been stonewalling honest, law abiding Christian Contractors whom have been ruined by GM Property Services. The direct result, in one case, is the fact that one family whom had been saving up to adopt a child now will not be able to as they lost all their money in this swindle. Several of the Contractors, including the one here, has never even had an email or phone call returned from Safeguard Properties — none have, to date. Most, though, have received checks from GM Property Services which bounced. Perhaps the NAMFS should focus a bit of their time and attention on the Real World instead of the Side Shows.

Bounced Check from a Safeguard Properties Order Mill to a Contractor
Bounced Check from a Safeguard Properties Order Mill to a Contractor
A Bank Account is now destroyed with MULTIPLE NSF Charges to boot

Now there is NO CONTESTING the fact that the allegations Contractors are making pertaining to GM Property Services, an enormous Order Mill receiving Work Orders whose originator is Safeguard Properties, are real. We are not talking about bad photos or miscommunication anymore which is what the Industry Cheerleaders would have folks think. We are talking about the free, willing and overt crossing of state lines both by wire and US Mail.

It takes very sick people to send checks they know will bounce to MULTIPLE CONTRACTORS. It takes even more sick people to allow them to continue to not just fly under the radar, but THRIVE.

We are awaiting input from the Financial Institutions before we Publish the Names of the Banks, the Addresses, Photos of the Properties, the Sign In Sheets, the Internal Emails between all Parties and other ancillary items.

The reality is that the hundreds upon hundreds of properties that we have now identified are not going to be swept under the rug. These Contractor’s lives are not going to be destroyed so that the Criminal Enterprise that Mathis and Lambert have been running for YEARS may continue to destroy yet more lives throughout the United States.

Here is what I think: I think that the last thing that FannieMae, FreddieMac, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), et al., — oh, yes GM Property Services is targeting HUD as they did last year and the US Government could give two shits — want File after File front and center all over Google advising prospective home owners that the properties they may be looking at could be impacted by Liens.

This is no longer about Safeguard Properties and the rest of the Order Mills stiffing Contractors. What the Financial Institutions need to ask themselves is whether or not they want to begin to roll the dice each and every morning with their cup of coffee; whether or not they really, REALLY want to play chicken with having thousands upon thousands of their toxic assets Front Page News and ultimately being seen by both Federal Regulators and Prospective Buyers.

As they say, it is enough to tighten the sphincter so damn tight that you couldn’t get a stick pin through it.

I have a novel proposition, why don’t the National, Regional and Otherwise Unspecified Order Mills Background Check people whom both work for them and they Order Mill work to — not just the Contractors and EVERY ORDER MILL KNOWS A CONTRACTOR CANNOT DO 800 WORK ORDERS A DAY — and why not just pay Contractors for the work they do?! I mean I could care less what religion you are; the reality is that there has been an inordinate targeting (willfully or otherwise) of Female Christians in East Tennessee.

The ball is in the Court of Public Opinion now. Pop quiz sport: What do you do?!

A List Of The Jason Mathis – Brandon Lambert Criminal Enterprise Articles Including Huffington Post


Ben Hallman, Huffington Post: In the case of one Atlanta field services company, a simple background check may have prevented what some contractors allege was a short-lived, but costly scam.

Brandon Lambert and his business partner, Jason Mathis, opened Premier Property Management Services last August using $70,000 in seed money from a local businessman, Mike Edwards, as starting capital.

Registration papers indicate that Lambert was chief financial officer for the company. He is also a convicted felon, having served two stints in prison for check fraud and forging documents, according to public records.

Over a three-month span, Lambert and Mathis hired contractors to clean and preserve hundreds of properties. In October, the company abruptly shut its doors.

Seven former contractors who maintained homes for the company allege that Lambert and Mathis owe tens of thousands of dollars for work that was done, but not paid for. Two of the contractors have filed claims in Atlanta courts. Edwards said that he hasn’t recovered any of his investment money.

Premier Property was a middleman, or an “order mill” as some contractors call these companies. At least least half a dozen larger field services companies hired it to clean out and preserve properties for entities including HUD, according to contractors who spoke to HuffPost.

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