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I’ve made two posts about the family we rescued in Outlook, WA.
If you followed along back then, you’ll recall the story of how the wife called the AG’s Office and pleaded with them to get out of the way so I could help.
You’ll also remember how the Assistant Attorney General in charge at that time laughed in her face. It was incredibly cruel and left the wife and I in tears.
Continue reading “Update in Outlook” »
State law says that such a surplus rightfully belongs to the person who owned the property. - AAG David Huey
For the last few years you’ve been calling me a scam artist, saying the overage funds we claimed actually belong to former owners who sold us their properties because the law, RCW 84.64.080, says so.
You even sued me over it and won, obtaining a judgment that included nearly $650k in restitution to these same owners in repayment of the overage funds we collected.
Continue reading “Appellate Court Weighs In” »
I don't think the AG's office thought that deep on it, and I'm guessing math isn't their strong suit, anyway.
We foreclosure investors have one simple rule we know we absolutely cannot break. It’s so important to those of us serious about the foreclosure business we consider it nothing short of sacred.
It’s our “golden rule” and it goes like this . . .
Don’t f*ck it up!— The Foreclosure Golden Rule
While there are lots of other rules investors must follow to insure success, this one is head and shoulders about all others.
Investors know that when dealing in foreclosures, you f*ck it up and someone loses a home.
Continue reading “The Foreclosure Golden Rule” »
And as a further result, you've deemed them victims of my scheme to strip them of their equity.
You may recall the foreclosure rescue deal I did with the family in Outlook last year.
It will be one year to the day this week. Unbelievable how time flies when you’re scamming people.
Yes, I did say scamming, because you’ve included this transaction in your list of my foreclosure rescue scams
Which, by the way, is news to Ruth and Hector.
Continue reading “A year later in Outlook” »
But, I'm guessing, compared to real estate investing, she's a living trust expert.
This audio confirms what I’ve said all along . . .
You have inexperienced attorneys assigned to cases they are unqualified to work, in areas of law in which they have no experience, with predictably bad results.
I was gonna, ya know, go out and get the bad guys. — Cheryl D. Kringle
Former AAG running this case
Continue reading “Oh Cheryl” »