Wells Fargo – Brookstone Has Foreclosure Filed Against Them

Wells Fargo Has Foreclosure Notice Issued Upon FHA Insured Property By Labor

When Abraham Goodman, owner of Brookstone Management, refused to pay a US female military veteran, I am not so sure whether Wells Fargo signed up for the level of scrutiny which would be forthcoming. I want to bring the Foreclosurepedia Nation’s attention upon 3362 Dandale Drive, Mobile, Alabama. Dandale is the property which Sheri Murtaugh serviced for Wells Fargo, by and through a work order issued from Brookstone Management. Murtaugh honorably served in the US Army and is a Christian. After months of no pay, over twelve hundred and fifty photos submitted, and multiple requests to be paid by Brookstone Management, Murtaugh was compelled to file a Notice of Intent To Lien upon the Dandale property. When Goodman refused to do anything, Murtaugh filed a formal lien and reached out directly to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). And while Sleepy Secretary Ben Carson browsed his furniture catalog for new purchases, Rome began burning down all around him. Senior HUD officials stated the following,

As opposed to simply paying what Brookstone Management owed, Goodman’s solution was to attack the Christian woman and implemented draconian Arbitration clauses.

Goodman demanded that Murtaugh travel to New Jersey to plead her case. Unphased by Goodman’s demands, Murtaugh fought back and forced Brookstone Management to appear in Alabama.

The original counsel for Goodman was an attorney by the name of  Yosef Jacobovitch. The law firm’s website — if it is a law firm — does not work. Jacobovitch additionally has been mentioned to have had a foreclosure as well as have had Home Owner Association liens filed against him. These, if accurate, are nowhere near as serious as the assistance rendered to Jewish Ultra Orthodox Medicaid fraud offenders in Lakewood, New Jersey. And for years, there has been a playbook executed by the Jewish Ultra Orthodoxy against innocent Minority Females and Labor. This playbook appears to be submit illegitimate chargebacks of funds to which the only appellate process is overseen by the very people whom issue the chargebacks. The fraud is currently unfolding in a New Jersey federal court in the bankruptcy of National Field Network (NFN). NFN, which was operated by Safeguard Properties‘ Chief Operating Officer Alan Jaffa’s brother, Jack Jaffa, both of whom are Orthodox Jews, has been a hot point of contention. Within that case are depositions taken of Jaffa and Sheri Nott, CEO of NFN. Foreclosurepedia has filed multiple Motions and Memorandum Briefs in Support of Law attempting to have made public the statements of both parties.

Jacobovitch represented Lakewood Ultra Orthodox Jews whom medicare fraud in Ocean County. And while speaking outside of one side of his neck screaming allegations of anti-semitism, he gladly negotiated deals allowing his Clients to avoid jail time and pay back pennies upon the dollar. For years, this has been the classic technique in the Industry: Strong arm and take all desired and then, years later, repay only a portion that which was stolen — and then only if the victims have enough money to sue.

After Foreclosurepedia filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with HUD pertaining to the property in question and Jacobovitch’s role in the matter, Jacobovitch disappeared.

Representing Brookstone Management today is Mordechai Gross. And while many may not believe that religion plays a role in the above matter, I do. It is part and parcel about how the internal operating procedures at Safeguard Properties, Bluestone Management, National Field Network, et al., have negatively impacted innocent victims. And in each and every case, the upper tier management has been Jewish Ultra Orthodoxy. When we talk about the litigation from victims and from states Attorney General against these firms and their leadership, I submit that religion is a valid area to discuss.

Foreclosurepedia, on multiple occasions, has invited rebuttal from Jacobovitch, Safeguard Properties, National Field Network, Bluestone Management, and the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS). All have refused to even reply to the emails.

In the case of Murtaugh, though, bowing down and taking pennies on the dollar was not in the cards. Below is the Notice of Foreclosure filed against the property,

It would not be fair not to include serial offender Wells Faro. The following is taken from Violation Tracker.

Violation Tracker Parent Company Summary

Parent Company Name:  Wells Fargo
Ownership Structure:  publicly traded (ticker symbol WFC)
Headquartered in:  California
Major Industry:  financial services
Specific Industry:  banking
Penalty total since 2000:  $14,943,253,793
Number of records:  105
Top 10 Primary Offense Types Penalty Total Number of Records
mortgage abuses $5,576,500,000 2
toxic securities abuses $3,620,500,000 6
banking violation $2,966,932,386 14
False Claims Act $1,200,000,000 1
consumer protection violation $534,800,000 2
wage and hour violation $214,903,723 25
anti-money-laundering deficiencies $163,500,000 3
price-fixing or anti-competitive practices $148,000,000 1
benefit plan administrator violation $130,775,000 6
securities issuance or trading violation $95,724,465 4
Notes:

Parent-subsidiary linkages are based on relationships current as of the latest revision listed in the Update Log, which may vary from what was the case when a violation occurred. The penalty dollar total above may be adjusted to account for the fact that the list of entries below may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. Duplicate penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the list below.

Associated Names:

AG EDWARDS; AG EDWARDS AND SONS; FIRST UNION BANK; First Union Securities, Inc.; PRUDENTIAL SECURITIES; STRONG CAPITAL MGT; WACHOVIA; WACHOVIA CAPITAL MARKETS; WACHOVIA FINANCIAL SVC; WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK NA; WELLS FARGO; WELLS FARGO BANK 1692; WELLS FARGO BANK NA D / B / A WELLS FARGO DEALER SVC; WELLS FARGO BANK NA MUNICIPAL PROD GROUP; WELLS FARGO BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC and Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC; WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL BANK; WELLS […]

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For an overview of this company’s accountability track record, read its Corporate Rap Sheet here.

Subsidy Tracker data on financial assistance to this company by federal, state and local government agencies can be found here.

 

Individual Penalty Records:

Click on the company or penalty amount for more information on each case.

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Company Primary Offense Type Year Agency Penalty Amountsort icon
Wells Fargo & Company mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_CIVIL $5,342,200,000
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. toxic securities abuses 2018 DOJ_CIVIL $2,090,000,000
Wells Fargo banking violation 2013 OCC $1,991,141,181
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association False Claims Act 2016 DOJ_CIVIL $1,200,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association toxic securities abuses 2013 FHFA $869,000,000
Wells Fargo toxic securities abuses 2013 FHFA $591,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. banking violation 2018 OCC $500,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. consumer protection violation 2018 CFPB $500,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_RIGHTS $234,300,000
Wachovia Bank N.A. price-fixing or anti-competitive practices 2011 DOJ_ANTITRUST $148,000,000
Wachovia Bank anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2010 FINCEN $110,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank banking violation 2016 CFPB $100,000,000
Wells Fargo & Company banking violation 2012 FED $87,000,000
Wells Fargo & Company banking violation 2011 FED $85,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. bankruptcy professional violation 2015 DOJ_UTP $81,600,000
Strong Capital Management, Inc. securities issuance or trading violation 2004 SEC $80,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. banking violation 2016 OCC $70,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. benefit plan administrator violation 2014 private lawsuit-federal $62,500,000
Wachovia toxic securities abuses 2015 NCUA $53,000,000
Wachovia Bank N.A. banking violation 2010 OCC $50,000,000
Wachovia Bank N.A. anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2010 USAO $50,000,000
Wachovia Securities wage and hour violation 2009 private lawsuit-federal $39,000,000
Wachovia Corporation investor protection violation 2004 SEC $37,000,000
Wells Fargo Advisors employment discrimination 2017 private lawsuit-federal $35,500,000
Wells Fargo Bank banking violation 2016 OCC $35,000,000
Wells Fargo consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $34,800,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association banking violation 2011 OCC $34,500,000
Wells Fargo Advisors employment discrimination 2011 private lawsuit-federal $32,000,000
Wachovia National Bank, N.A. benefit plan administrator violation 2000 EBSA $30,000,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2018 private lawsuit-state $27,500,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association Servicemembers Civil Relief Act 2016 OCC $20,000,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2010 private lawsuit-federal $20,000,000
A.G. Edwards wage and hour violation 2007 private lawsuit-federal $20,000,000
Wells Fargo & Company benefit plan administrator violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $17,500,000
Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC and Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC investor protection violation 2019 SEC $17,363,847
Wells Fargo & Company Americans with Disabilities Act 2011 DOJ_RIGHTS $16,055,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2014 private lawsuit-federal $15,000,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2017 private lawsuit-state $13,000,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2007 private lawsuit-federal $12,800,000
Wachovia Corporation benefit plan administrator violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $12,350,000
A.G. Edwards wage and hour violation 2009 private lawsuit-federal $12,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank employment screening violation 2016 private lawsuit-federal $12,000,000
Wells Fargo Securities LLC toxic securities abuses 2011 SEC $11,000,000
Wachovia Bank, National Association banking violation 2008 OCC $10,000,000
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC wage and hour violation 2018 private lawsuit-federal $9,500,000
Wells Fargo & Company benefit plan administrator violation 2015 private lawsuit-federal $7,420,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $6,900,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $6,720,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $6,660,000
Wells Fargo toxic securities abuses 2012 SEC $6,500,000
Prudential Securities Incorporated securities issuance or trading violation 2000 SEC $5,880,000
Wachovia Bank wage and hour violation 2004 WHD $5,798,744
Wells Fargo Bank N.A workplace whistleblower retaliation 2017 OSHA $5,400,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A., d/b/a Wells Fargo Dealer Services Servicemembers Civil Relief Act 2017 DOJ_RIGHTS $5,400,000
Wells Fargo Advisors LLC investor protection violation 2018 SEC $5,108,441
Wells Fargo Advisors LLC securities issuance or trading violation 2014 SEC $5,000,000
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage discriminatory practices 2014 HUD $5,000,000
Wachovia Securities, LLC securities issuance or trading violation 2004 SEC $4,844,465
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Servicemembers Civil Relief Act 2016 DOJ_RIGHTS $4,100,000
Wells Fargo Bank student loan abuses 2016 CFPB $4,010,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association banking violation 2015 OCC $4,000,000
Wells Fargo Advisors wage and hour violation 2013 private lawsuit-federal $4,000,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2017 private lawsuit-federal $3,900,000
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. financial institution supervision failures 2007 SEC $3,860,000
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2017 SEC $3,500,000
Wells Fargo Advisors wage and hour violation 2017 private lawsuit-federal $3,500,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2014 private lawsuit-state $3,000,000
Strong Capital Management, Inc. investor protection violation 2006 SEC $2,185,927
Wells Fargo Insurance Services wage and hour violation 2015 private lawsuit-federal $2,000,000
Wells Fargo Bank wage and hour violation 2015 private lawsuit-federal $1,850,000
Wachovia Securities benefit plan administrator violation 2009 private lawsuit-federal $1,005,000
Wells Fargo Securities investor protection violation 2019 SEC $812,500
Prudential Securities Incorporated investor protection violation 2001 SEC $800,000
Wells Fargo wage and hour violation 2017 private lawsuit-federal $685,000
Wells Fargo workplace whistleblower retaliation 2017 OSHA $577,500
Wachovia Financial Services wage and hour violation 2010 private lawsuit-federal $450,000
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Municipal Products Group investor protection violation 2016 SEC $440,000
First Union Securities, Inc. investor protection violation 2000 SEC $408,931
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. data submission deficiencies 2016 CFTC $400,000
Prudential Securities, Inc. investor protection violation 2003 SEC $382,000
Wells Fargo & Company employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $295,000
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $290,000
Wells Fargo Bank wage and hour violation 2012 private lawsuit-federal $280,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association wage and hour violation 2004 WHD $228,209
WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL BANK banking violation 2009 FDIC $125,000
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. investor protection violation 2006 SEC $125,000
Wachovia Capital Markets, LLC investor protection violation 2006 SEC $125,000
A.G. Edwards and Sons Inc. economic sanction violation 2008 OFAC $122,358
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association banking violation 2005 OCC $115,000
Wells Fargo Bank wage and hour violation 2011 private lawsuit-federal $100,000
Prudential Securities, Inc. data submission deficiencies 2002 CFTC $65,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association banking violation 2009 OCC $51,205
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. data submission deficiencies 2003 CFTC $45,000
Wells Fargo Bank economic sanction violation 2005 OFAC $42,833
Wells Fargo Bank NA wage and hour violation 2011 WHD $31,770
First Union Bank economic sanction violation 2004 OFAC $18,740
Wells Fargo employment discrimination 2015 OFCCP $14,000
WELLS FARGO BANK #1692 workplace safety or health violation 2013 OSHA $12,000
Wells Fargo Bank, N. A. Family and Medical Leave Act 2016 WHD $11,874
Wachovia Bank economic sanction violation 2007 OFAC $11,000
Wachovia Bank economic sanction violation 2004 OFAC $11,000

GRAND TOTALS OF WELLS FARGO SERIAL OFFENSES

mortgage abuses $5,576,500,000 2
toxic securities abuses $3,620,500,000 6
banking violation $2,966,932,386 14
False Claims Act $1,200,000,000 1
consumer protection violation $534,800,000 2
wage and hour violation $214,903,723 25
anti-money-laundering deficiencies $163,500,000 3
price-fixing or anti-competitive practices $148,000,000 1
benefit plan administrator violation $130,775,000 6
securities issuance or trading violation $95,724,465 4

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