Updating Alan

Posted November 6th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

Unlike Alan, we don't send folks out into the cold and foreclose on their homes unless we have no other choice.

Dear Rob,

I talked about Kitsap County Deputy Prosecutor Alan Miles yesterday and how he’d passed along information to you concerning a lawsuit we’d initiated.

What was it he had tried to convey?

That we were running some sort of con game and had instigated a wrongful foreclosure action.



The truth, in reality, is that Alan was still smarting from us going into court and overturning the wrongful foreclosure action HE’D instigated against John.

Don’t you find that just a little bit ironic, Rob?

Alan Miles, implying we were wrongfully foreclosing when, according to the judge deciding our lawsuit against the county, Alan in fact had just done that very thing.

I’m the guy who stepped up and got Alan’s wrongful foreclosure overturned, remember?

And yet here is Alan sending you emails about my foreclosure as if I’m the bad guy?


the rest of the story

If you look at Alan’s emails from yesterday, you’ll see he sent along a PDF about our foreclosure action called “Fiscal Dynamics, Inc. v. Goetz.”


Goetz is a gal who’d promised to pay and who for years hadn’t done a very good job of it. Eventually, as Alan advised you, we initiated a foreclosure action against her.

Care to learn how that turned out?

Payments coming in

We never did foreclose on Goetz.

Unlike Alan, we don’t send folks out into the cold and foreclose on their homes unless we have no other choice.

Pssst . . . we rarely have no other choice.

This came in yesterday . . .


It’s her check, Rob.

Goetz still owns the home and is still making payments.

We worked with her back in 2005, rewrote the note to make it more easily affordable, and we successfully averted her foreclosure.

how they roll

Alan Miles rejects John’s cashier’s check, deciding the reasonable thing for the county treasurer to do is to take his home for the 10 or 12 thousand he owed in back taxes (the property would eventually sell for nearly $200k).

And he then sends your office an email implying we’re stealing someone’s home for pennies on the dollar?

He actually goes through with his foreclosure, and when we sue the county to overturn it, he fights us in court to keep it from being overturned.

And thankfully, he loses.

how we roll

We, on the other hand, encourage a resolution in our matter that benefits all and prevents the tragedy of foreclosure from taking place, doing so successfully and keeping the owner in her home.

And, thankfully, everybody wins.

Just wondering, Rob . . . did Alan Miles happen to send you an email about that?

I didn’t think so, and the madness continues.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser

2 Responses to: “Updating Alan”

  1. Loya responds:
    Posted: November 7th, 2007 at 12:22 am

    This is a shining example of little people trying to make it to the top by using any means possible. Telling half-truths. Some lawyers are worse than crooks. This type of person turns my stomach. Remember this if he ever runs for office or how about his boss ????

  2. Davido responds:
    Posted: November 10th, 2007 at 7:01 am

    Joe, you tell your story well in posts like this. Very nice.

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