Grammar Fraud – The Hidden Language of Your Contract

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Grammar Fraud – The Hidden Language of Your Contract | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Grammar fraud is a serious, yet under reported issue, in our modern society. It occurs when a bank or financial institution uses vague or ambiguous contract language in order to take advantage of individuals or companies. Lawsuits are then filed against otherwise law-abiding citizens, using this unclear language. Specialists in this field provide assistance by… Read more »

Whistleblower Claim Filing Starts With Everyday Folks

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Whistleblower Claim Filing Starts With Everyday Folks | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Whistleblowers have been in the news throughout history. For example, there is Mark Felt, who exposed the Watergate scandal. If you’re an Al Pacino fan, you probably know about Frank Serpico, the police officer Pacino played in a 1973 movie. Serpico exposed widespread corruption within the New York police department. More recently, Edward Snowden blew… 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 »

Why Mortgage Grammar Fraud Matters

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Why Mortgage Grammar Fraud Matters | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

There is no better bedside reading than thumbing through page after page of your mortgage contract—said no one ever. That is because mortgage contracts seem written to cloud, confuse and mislead. Language in the contracts is vague, and many sentences are not even sentences. As long as you have your house and everything is going… Read more »

How Creditor Grammar Fraud Can Hurt You

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How Creditor Grammar Fraud Can Hurt You | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

Whether you are a private citizen, business owner or public figure, as some point you will be expected to sign a contract with a creditor. Whether you are looking for a loan, mortgage or credit card, these contracts have an abundance of specific sections that you need to review before signing. Lots of people skip… Read more »

Understanding Contract Grammar

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Understanding Contract Grammar | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

When you sign a contract, you need to understand everything in the document. Having a lawyer review your contract can help you understand, but there are certain other services that can give you a more firm footing. A company specializing in fraudulent grammar detection can help you understand if there is any misleading grammar in… 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 »

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 »