The Foreclosurepedia Transparency Project

In light of the horrific abuse of Minority Females and Labor at the hands of National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) members, Foreclosurepedia has launched its Transparency Project. The Transparency Project will be dedicated to releasing internal and compartmentalized information on NAMFS members. Much of this information has been obtained by and through confidential sources. Our information will run the entire gambit from Pricing and Contracting to Litigation and Personnel. With respect to the personnel, Foreclosurepedia will begin to release detailed information on ownership, vendor managers, and other individuals whom play a pivotal role in the workflow.

Transparency is the oxygen of democracy and the current Mortgage Field Services Industry is gasping for air.

To that point, the Foreclosurepedia Transparency Project will begin to publicly disseminate detailed information such as names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, and social media accounts with respect to those NAMFS members and their employees whom pose a clear and present danger to civil society and its ability to meaningfully participate in contracting within the Industry. No longer will Minority Females and Labor be subjected to the inability of voicing their opinions protected under the First Amendment. And no longer will NAMFS members be allowed to scoop up Personally Identifiable Information (PII) before revealing their Pricing.

Public is the new Private. This is the motto of the Foreclosurepedia Transparency Project. And when it comes to the amount of information Foreclosurepedia has collected over the past decade, the transparent and cleansing effects of transparency will know no length nor breadth of measurement.

Fact of the matter is that most people have no idea whom they even work for. This was the classic case-in-point when Minority Females and Labor began the Involuntary Bankruptcy proceedings against National Field Network (NFN). The problem was that NFN wasn’t their name! National Management and Preservation Services LLC dba National Field Network was the legal name. This, though, wasn’t exactly the truth. You see, Jack Jaffa, Alan Jaffa’s brother whom is the Safeguard Properties (SGP) CEO and son-in-law to Founder and Chairman, Robert Klein, owned the company. Had many known this they may have opted to keep moving along.

The most powerful thing on the face of the planet is Information!

If you knew that a company was already financially insolvent; if you knew what a company paid; if you knew that a company had a high propensity for chargebacks this would probably impact whether or not you work for a NAMFS member! Eric Miller, the NAMFS Executive Director, is paid ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY DOLLARS PER YEAR to ensure that Minority Females and Labor never challenge his Membership over Pricing or Payment. Miller’s salary consumes nearly NINETY PERCENT of all NAMFS member dues in light of recent bankruptcies and member attrition.

If you have a piece of information you believe is vital for the Foreclosurepedia Transparency Project, email it to us! And if you are one of the nearly 10,000+ Subscribers to Foreclosurepedia, why not Donate to Foreclosurepedia today!

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