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To keep on fighting the good fight won't be easy.
My son sent a text message, saying, “Keep Fighting Dad!”
I intend to do just that, but I have a problem . . . I’m pretty much out of dough. This two and a half year battle has drained me in every manner possible, including my bank account.
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If you're a foreclosure investor today, listen up, you are a predator . . .
It’s all over but the shouting, and I’ve lost.
The AG’s motion for partial summary judgment was granted on Friday, Nov 21, and I am forevermore a foreclosure rescue scam artist.
And the fact I did 400 transactions without a single complaint or that of the 30 families I rescued, all are still in their homes today with more equity than when we first met?
Didn’t matter a twit.
It’s really simple . . . if you’re a foreclosure investor today, listen up, you are a predator that must be stopped (AG spent in excess of a million bucks coming after me).
Thanks for following along these last couple years, and no regrets, I hope. Certainly, none from me.
See you around, or not.
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At Leen & O'Sullivan, PLLC, we will make every effort to help you keep your home and get you back on the track toward financial recovery.
Although I’ve never met attorney David Leen, he has been a hero of mine for many years.
Way back in the 80’s, he sued on behalf of an owner in foreclosure who’d been mistreated and forever ensured foreclosure trustees in Washington State play fair.
After Cox v. Helenius, there was no question that foreclosure trustees owed fiduciary duties to both lender and borrower.
David Leen, no doubt, is a good guy and, apparently, a foreclosure rescue scam artist (no, not really).
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Your recent motion for summary judgment states . . .
But one damning inequity shines above all: Kaiser represented himself to the property owners as an expert who would use his superior knowledge of foreclosure and real estate to help the property owner during their ‘difficult time.’
Unconscionability, if not outright fraud, should be presumed in this instance because Kaiser and his associates so obviously misrepresented their intentions to the property owners by asserting that they were going to help them out while instead helping themselves to enormous profits to the substantial detriment of property owners.Rob McKenna
Motion for Summary Judgment
October 24, 2008
May you be hoisted with your own petard, Rob.
In the arena,
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