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If it's easier to simply create a list of these homeowners, that will suffice.
Of the last few public record requests made to your office, I have not received so much as a confirmation that the email was received.
Though I’ve repeatedly asked for such a confirmation (hardly an imposition), your office apparently is unwilling to do even that.
Kindly reconsider this approach. It makes the job of requesting public records that much more difficult. I can’t imagine that’s something your office encourages.
And, you should know, I’ve made another request . . .
Continue reading “Victims?” »
Rob, produce a single person we said we'd rescue and did not.
I have just one question for you . . .
Who the heck is Billie O’Brien?
Continue reading “Billie Who?” »
Maybe include a web reference to the Attorney General News Release?
Well, that’s interesting.
As part of my public records request I recently received documents from Franklin County. Included was an email initiated by Mr. Darryl Pheasant, Grant County Treasurer.
Darryl is not an infrequent commenter in these email threads among WA county treasurers.
Continue reading “Pheasants Forever, Inc.” »
My gut tells me this is a bunch of huey.
Foreclosure Rescue-Rescue attorney Melissa Huelsman is mentioned in the new proposed legislation report, and frankly, I do not believe her claims.
If she truly is the “go-to gal” for this sort of thing, one would presume she’s got dozens and dozens, (if not hundreds) of clients needing to be rescue-rescued.
She mentions being “swamped with victims of real estate scams.”
I say “prove it.”
Continue reading “I doubt it, Rob” »
They banned me!
Maybe it was a private forum just for county treasurers. It is, after all, called the Washington State Association of County Treasurers.
I happened upon their online forum (thanks for the heads up – you know who) and decided to take a peek inside. I found it “interesting.”
Continue reading “Banned from the WSACT Forum” »