Angie? Hello?

Posted September 6th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

On second thought, maybe I can find an email address for Angie by Googling her phone number.

Dear Rob,

I called Angie yesterday to see if she had time to save me today, but she hasn’t called back yet.

My home in Spokane is in the process of being foreclosed on, and I was sure she’d be the one to get things handled for me.

Her letter says she likes helping people, so I think she might just give me the money to stop my foreclosure.

At least I hope so.

Google This

On second thought, maybe I can find an email address for Angie by Googling her phone number.

Hey, got a hit . . .


I knew I could trust her


Carlos and Angie are trusted members of the National Association of Foreclosure Prevention Professionals ( and have been “thoroughly trained in the process of stopping foreclosure.”


I can’t wait until they call me back so we can take care of the mess I’m in and get this darn foreclosure handled.

Anyway, I sent Angie an email and I’m sure she’ll get back to me soon. I’ll be sure to let you know what she says about saving my home when she does.

I do have one question, though. Maybe you can help me with it.

Any idea what the P.S. from the Craigslist ad means?

I will beat any competitor’s price by at least 50%— Carlos Jones
NAFPP Trusted Member



What’s price got to do with it?


Joe Kaiser

2 Responses to: “Angie? Hello?”

  1. Tim responds:
    Posted: September 6th, 2007 at 1:49 pm


    I bet you can sleep well tonite. There’s nothing to fear Angie is here.

    What a hoot. Keep up the good work, I love this blog.


  2. Jack Stivers responds:
    Posted: September 6th, 2007 at 5:08 pm

    Do you think that one of the “4 common mistakes homeowners make in this situation” includes calling Angie & Carlos?


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