I welcome the opportunity to demonstrate to you exactly how we accomplish it.
Consumer advocate attorney Melissa A. Huelsman posted the following challenge on www.businessweek.com:
I . . . request for people . . . who are conducting this business “honestly” to show us how it works. I would LOVE you to show me satisfied customers who got their house back at a reasonable price that they could afford. PLEASE!— Foreclosure Rescue-Rescue Attorney
Melissa A. Huelsman
I accept her challenge.
Some ten days ago I sent the following email to Melissa . . .
Googled you a day or two ago hoping to learn how things turned out on the appeal matter and was glad to see your client prevailed. While I’m typically on the other side of the fence, I have zero sympathy for investors who think they can evict former owners and abscond with their equity.
While Googling, I came across an interesting comment you made at www.businessweek.com, if I recall correctly. Here, in part, is your post . . .
“I will join in Dean’s request for people to contact him or I who are conducting this business “honestly” to show us how it works. I would LOVE you to show me satisfied customers who got their house back at a reasonable price that they could afford. PLEASE! . . . I wait to be enlightened by all of those do-gooders out there who are saving people’s homes and asking for very little in return.”
Were you serious about this request?
As someone who’s made a career out of foreclosure rescue, I welcome the opportunity to demonstrate to you exactly how we accomplish it.
My only reservation is your comment regarding “do-gooders . . . “asking for very little in return.” That is a flawed premise. At no time do we represent to the homeowner that our proposal is anything but a “for profit” proposition and that we intend to make a significant profit in exchange for offering equally significant services.
With that understanding, please let me know if you’re serious about reviewing a rescue or two and learning how investors can provide this type of service in a manner that’s both fair and sensible. Again, I’d be happy to take you up on your challenge.
So far, no response.
If you happen to see her in the hallway, would you let her know to get in touch with me so we can get her up to speed on this thing? Thanks.
In the arena,