It's that "your words matter" thing to which your office so maniacally holds me.
This investigation (and subsequent Consumer Protection Act violations lawsuit) should have never happened.
In the seven years my partner and I did business as Fiscal Dynamics, Inc., we did 300 plus deals, most involving people in foreclosure, and in all that time your office received NO COMPLAINTS about us.
what matters most?
As you recall, Rob, you said earlier the volume of complaints received by your office is your number one concern regarding bringing a CPA violations action . . .
Well, first of all how many consumers are actually complaining? . . . That’s the number one concern.— Robert M. McKenna
The lawsuit against me is EXACTLY what you’ve described as something your office would not pursue, a lawsuit where complaints DID NOT come from consumers.
Rob, you made a follow-up statement regarding your “number one concern.” Do you recall it? It had to do with your other criteria for what you deem a valid CPA violations claim . . .
Is this actually coming from the public from consumers or is it an investigation driven by an agenda or by politics?— Robert M. McKenna
Not only has your staff ignored your admonition that consumer complaints be their top criteria, they compound their mistake by manufacturing a consumer protection violations case they themselves know to be “driven by agenda.”
And that is outrageous, particularly when the hustle comes from the Office of the Attorney General.
It’s all about the money
Where are the complaints, Rob?
I’ll give you a hint: the ONLY complaints your office received came from county prosecutors upset that I target tax sale overages they consider their own.
What does that make this case?
It makes it all about the money that didn’t escheat to county expense funds, and that makes it 100% agenda driven, and that makes it 100% bogus.
It’s that “your words matter” thing to which your office so maniacally holds me.
Well, I think it only fair you’re held to that very same standard.
Or does this “no complaint, agenda driven” investigation prove your words during Monte’s radio interview were nothing more than hollow campaign promises to his listeners?
If so, that introduces the possibility of “politics,” influencing your office’s continued involvement in this investigation and if true, that makes you three for three, Rob.
“How many consumers are actually complaining?”
“Is it an investigation driven by agenda?”
“Is it an investigation driven by politics?”
LOOKS THAT WAY TO ME.
How ’bout it, Rob?
Are you a man of your word, or not?