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The Right Way And The Wrong Way To Commit Fraud As A NAMFS Member

The National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime has been in Overdrive lately attempting to spin up new and creative ways to screw Contractors out of their money. HomeStar is a classic case-in-point. Seven Million Dollars in the hole, HomeStar’s latest hustle was to attempt to squeeze even more money out of Contractors by getting them to, get this, Join A Club to get paid. Absolute madness. Make no mistake if these punks owed me money I would be collecting it!

The biggest hustle of all in the Mortgage Field Services Industry is the Order Mill. National, Regional and Otherwise Unspecified is how we refer to these degenerates. With absolutely no oversight by the Financial Institutions or Portfolio Holders, these maggots weave their way into the Industry and virtually each and every Order Mill we have ever profiled has been a NAMFS Regime Member.

The recent Buczek Enterprises Nationwide  Fraud Fest shows precisely how deeply entrenched these parasites are. To also show how effective we are at ridding the world of these NAMFS Regime fraudsters, Google Buczek Enterprises. That’s right. The first listing is their now defunct website. Foreclosurepedia is the SECOND LISTING! We anticipate being the first listing and then taking over ALL OF PAGE ONE within a week!

The title of this Article is a misnomer. It is an example of how Members of the NAMFS Regime think and operate. With more and more Companies coming up on the Foreclosurepedia Radar; with the effective Search Engine Optimization (SEO) we have begun to bring to bear upon the Mortgage Field Services Industry, the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime has become Public Enemy Number One.

Financial Institutions and Portfolio Holders are now beginning to understand that it is not wise to do business with Firms whom are both financially insolvent and corrupt. I reiterate, that the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Members account for over NINETY NINE POINT NINE PERCENT of all fraud I have discussed. A simple perusal of Property Baggage, a website beginning to track Potential Contractor Liens pending upon Foreclosed Properties, is beginning to look like a Zombie Apocalypse Map. One view by a potential homebuyer and they are GONE! No one to blame but the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Members whom believe that Fraud is Business as Usual.

With the Buying Season getting into High Gear, the emails from Consumers about Property Baggage has skyrocketed. Initially, I was receiving around 10 a day; this morning I had over 119. Crazy, as I have only about 0.023% — yes, that is ZERO POINT ZERO TWO THREE PERCENT of all Potential Contractor Liens entered. So, the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime is going to come, kicking and screaming, into the Legal World; the World where people obey the law and uphold Contracts. If they do not, the Real Estate Industry is going to have difficulties selling their mold and asbestos ridden properties.

Strangely enough, I actually met with a Real Estate Broker last week whom was familiar with both Foreclosurepedia and Property Baggage. She saw my Media Badge and asked whom I wrote for. When we began to discuss Property Baggage she became concerned about Tennessee. “Surely you aren’t going to bring problems where you live?” I stated, “I am going to do everything in my power to ensure that everyone involved goes bankrupt.” She fell into a tirade I hear so often about how unfair it was to the innocent like her.

NO ONE IS INNOCENT in this mess. The Contractors are not innocent in that they have sat on their hands. The Brokers are not innocent in that they did not perform due diligence to ensure that there were no outstanding bills on the properties. Most importantly, though, is that the Financial Institutions and Portfolio Holders are not only NOT INNOCENT, they have blood on their hands as they knew precisely what was going on and still continue to ENCOURAGE it by hiring National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Members!

So, it would appear to me that National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Members believe that the Right way to Perform Fraud against Contractors is to ensure that the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Executive Director, Eric Miller, whom receives OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS PER YEAR CONSUMING NEARLY SEVENTY PERCENT OF ALL MEMBER DUES is compensated in whatever manner necessary to keep them from being brought up on Ethics Complaints. The wrong way to Commit Fraud would be to appear in the Headlines on Foreclosurepedia while simultaneously telling both Contractors and Portfolio Holders two different stories.

PW ANON
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Paul Williamshttps://foreclosurepedia.org
Linux addict buried deep in the mountains of East Tennessee.

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