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 »

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 »

Goldman-Sachs and NY Fed Reserve Case

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Goldman-Sachs and NY Fed Reserve Case | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Rohit Bansal is being charged for leaking documents from The New York Federal Reserve to Goldman Sachs. He had previously worked at both companies and many ex-employees of Goldman Sachs have moved to goverment agencies leading to the nickname, “Government Sachs”. The whistleblower in this case has been fired from the Federal Reserve against whistleblower… Read more »

Banks are Violating The 2012 Settlement

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Banks are Violating The 2012 Settlement | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Three years ago the Attorney General Department decided that courts can step in if the banks continue mistreating homeowners during foreclosures and modifications. Over 60,000 complaints, which is probably underestimated, have been recieved since early 2014. One example is a women, Kimberly Cook, was afraid Bank of America was not going to renegotiate her loan and had received… Read more »

Key Examples of Government Fraud

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Key Examples of Government Fraud | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Government fraud, or the act of procuring government funds through unethical means, is a substantial problem in the United States, and it is the taxpayers who ultimately foot the bill for these fraudulent actions. Government fraud is viewed as an exceedingly serious offense, and as such, it is an offense that is usually prosecuted to… Read more »

What are Consumer Rights?

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Consumer Rights You Are Giving Away | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Consumer Rights laws were created to protect consumers from harm of businesses. There are 4 parts of the law, the right to safety, right to be informed, right to choose, and right to be heard. Right to Safety: Consumers should trust that their products are safe to use within their intended purpose. An example would… Read more »

Government Might Finally Get Tough on Wall Street Fraud

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Bankruptcy Fraud Case | The Advocacy for Consumer Rights

Seven years after the Great Recession the Justice Department has finally issued a policy to prosecute executives, not the company, that is or was involved in fraud. Companies are now required to hand over evidence of wrong doing if they want a “cooperation credit” which involves less penalties and fines. 23% of people interviewed from Wall Street have seen… Read more »