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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

What is a Frivolous Lawsuit?

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Whistleblower Complaint at Jerry Brown | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

A frivolous lawsuit is a lawsuit that is intended to harass or delay an opposing party. A lawsuit can be deemed frivolous from the lawsuit itself, a baseless motion, a dfendents answer, or an appeal without an arguable basis. If you can stop a frivolous lawsuit the defendent using has their legal fees paid for… 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 »

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 »

Consumer Rights You Are Giving Away

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

Consumers were outraged last year when General Mills changed their legal terms to mandatory arbitration, meaning you could not sue the company for any wrong doing. They changed the terms back in just a few days. Te National Association of Consumer Advocates notes that many contracts you sign including Netflix, Verizon, Groupon, home agreements, and financial services always… 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 »