The time has come for Contractors to be paid. It is evident with spin downs at Buczek Enterprises, a National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Regime Member, that the lights have been turned off — literally. The even bigger problem is that as Buczek Enterprises scrambles to protect their own financial interests, they have REF– USED TO PUBLICLY STATE to anyone what the status is pertaining to the payment of Contractors. Hell, they laid off virtually every employee and are spinning down operations! Even more nefarious is the fact that a Contractor reached out to us this evening and stated that Adam Buczek threatened to not pay him if he continued to participate in one of the most basic and fundamental of all Civil Rights, the First Amendment! You want to talk about a Chilling Effect Upon the Free Speech! This is MONEY OWED and the alleged threats are across state lines!
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Folks, litigation is going to get you NOWHERE! Go to Court and you risk bankruptcy. File a Lien and the Portfolio Holder or Financial Institution is GOING TO PAY! Period! When you look at post conveyance; when you look at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) side, HUD gives TEN DAYS to get the Lien GONE!
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When you speak with zlien, tell them that Foreclosurepedia will make available any and all information they need with respect to potential Qui Tam and Class Action material they may additionally want to look at. As other law firms out East with Shepherd, Finkleman, Miller and Shah and out West with Duckworth Peters Lebowitz and Olivier have both made their Agendas ones which revolve around enriching themselves, why not protect your OWN INTERESTS instead of enriching yet another suit and tie whom got you into this mess to begin with? Allow the Lien Process to do what it was designed to do. The reality is that the Contracts that the NAMFS Regime Members put forth were null and void, ab initio, when they decided to Default and stop paying. Do it TODAY!