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.
So then McGoon says . . .
Should we all have some standard language inserted in our first official foreclosure letter warning people of the “foreclosure rescue” services that are probably not in their best interest? Maybe include a web reference to the Attorney General News Release and recommend contacting an attorney before being sucked into these arrangements? I think there are [a] few others out there that have not been caught yet. — Grant County Treasurer
Darryl “McGoon” Pheasant
Yeah, Rob, that’s exactly what we investors do.
We suck people in by putting offers in their hands and if they decide it works for them, delivering on each and every promise made, including paying every last nickel we said we would.
So sue me (wait a minute).
“. . . services not in their best interest?”
According to who?
Everybody I talk to who was rescued is delighted to have had us help them out of a bind. To date, I haven’t heard from anyone, (despite Rene’s efforts to convince them otherwise), who says they are unhappy with our partnership arrangement.
And now, as a result of your actions, you’ve got Darryl spouting the same nonsense, Rob. That troubles me greatly.
In the arena,