Opinion vs. Fact

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What is Fact? A truth known by actual experience or observation; something known to be true. In fact, 3+3=6.  There is only 1 correct answer. What is Opinion? A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.  In opinion, 3+3 = any number but 6.  There is an infinite number of incorrect… Read more »

How to Avoid Foreclosure Fraud

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How to Avoid Foreclosure Fraud | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Falling behind on your mortgage payments and falling into a foreclosure on your home can be extremely stressful. It can be even more worrisome when there are people trying to defraud you when you are already underwater. Homeowners need to be cautious of programs that offer a secret method or want a payment upfront. Click here… Read more »

Government Fraud

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Government Fraud | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

When servicers and mortgage lenders attempt to defraud a client, many times this causes damage to the federal government, as well.  In a lot of cases by using a system referred to as the mathematical laws of grammar and a client’s own documents, fraud can be proven, and action can be taken against the offending… Read more »

Help Is Available if You Suspect Grammar Fraud

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Help Is Available if You Suspect Grammar Fraud | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

If you are looking for help with foreclosure rescue due to difficulties with mortgage payments or problems, you should contact your lender immediately to work out a solution. However, if you suspect grammar fraud in your contracts, then help is available to sort things out. Mathematical Laws of Grammar Most people understand basic math and… Read more »

Defrauding Homeowners

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Defrauding Homeowners | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

David Gotterup was charged for 11 counts including mail fraud, bank fraud, and wire fraud. Between 2008 and 2012 he defrauded distressed homeowners looking for mortgage modifications. He convinced more than 1,000 people to give him money After Hurricane Sandy he used a low-interest disaster relief loan to pay for his wedding instead of repairing… Read more »

Misrepresented Statements

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Understanding Contract Grammar | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

A contract becomes void if there is a misrepresented statement in the context. There are two ways a statement can be misrepresented, a false statement of fact or a inducement to break the contract.Even an opinion statement can be considered a false statement of fact if the person has special knowledge about the topic and they tell… Read more »

UBS Fined for $33.5M

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Fraudulent Grammar and Frivolous Lawsuits | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

UBS Financial Services of Puerto Rico is being charged by FINRA and the SEC for multiple charges of contract fraud, negligence, unsuitable investments, etc. and they are being charged with $33.5 million. FINRA is seeking an additional $1B in damages for arbitration claims. UBS Financial’s broker is also being charged in Puerto Rico Federal Court for misleading… Read more »

$18.5 Mortgage Modification Scheme

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Four People Stole $1M from Mortgage Lenders | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

  Two men who commited $18.5 million in fraud against 8,000 homeowners, pled guilty to their charges in a huge mortgage modification scheme. They had set up a fake telemarketing agency and purchased their victims information. Then they would contact the people who were in danger of losing their home and say that they could help them… Read more »

Stopping Mortgage Grammar Fraud

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Stopping Mortgage Grammar Fraud | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

When mortgage lenders use special mortgage grammar to confuse the contracts they are writing, it can result in mortgage grammar fraud. In order to understand what has to be done to stop this mortgage grammar fraud, you have to first understand what these lenders do to commit the fraud and how you can get help…. Read more »

What is Contract Fraud?

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Understanding Contract Grammar | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Contract fraud happens when one party gives false or intentionally confusing information to the other party in a contract. There are two types of contract fraud: Fraud in the Inducement and Fraud in the Factum. Fraud in the Inducement means that the party has been decieved in the entire contract. The other party in this… Read more »