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In the arena,
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Please be advised you now have one opportunity to resolve this debacle without legal action.
I’ve asked your friend Steven N. Oliver, Whatcom County Treasurer, for an apology.
You may remember he sent you that ridiculous email about us having cheated residents of his county.
He’s probably already provided you with a copy of my email, but just in case you didn’t get it, here’s one for your files.
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How Steve could make the leap to us having "taken advantage of local property owners in Whatcom County through lies, half truths, and worse,” boggles the mind.
Does the truth actually matter?
We’ve seen how, time and again, AAG Jim Sugarman just makes up whatever he deems appropriate, and if that means lying about me or his involvment in the foreclosure rescue law debacle, well, not a problem.
I suggest the truth does matters. Radical, I know, but still. Which brings me to Steve Oliver, Whatcom County Treasurer.
Seems like a nice fella.
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So, error-filled, ad hominemized press releases bother you?
You’re upset John Ladenburg didn’t do his homework?
And, that he issued a press release about you and your work as Attorney General that isn’t particularly flattering?
I am surprised he failed to do any research before launching these baseless attacks. — Attorney General Rob McKenna
Discussing John Ladenburg’s announcement he
intends to run for the office of Attorney General
Well, join the crowd.
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Are you out of your minds over there at Get Joe, Inc?
As real estate investors dealing in foreclosures, it’s important we get all our ducks in a row because we know if we don’t, some sellers will lie.
Whenever the stakes are more than a few bucks, sellers who praised us for the help we gave them when they needed it most sometimes turn around and say they were cheated.
Or lied to.
Or didn’t understand.
And their attorneys have them sign legal affidavits or declarations we all know are filled with lies, but they figure it’s okay. After all, they are dealing with foreclosure investors.
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