“le sigh”….John-this story is all wrong. Gary Lane dismissed his action against Price right before the Motion To Strike was heard. When he filed his appeal, he didn’t pay the filing fee. He received a default notice and then he paid. The court reinstated his appeal. Period. No victory, to ruling in his favor.
That will be $350 please. Didn’t you learn from (Name Redacted)? You don’t know Gary Lane any more than you really knew (Name Redacted).
Here is a tidbit for you: email Faddie is sending to attorneys.
I just wanted to thank you for your comment today. You have no idea how much I appreciated it because often the story I hear is very one sided – so to get the actual truth of what happened is very valuable to me – so thank you.
Thank you also for forwarding to me the NMI letter they are sending out to all these attorneys too. It certainly makes me nervous that they seem to be massively solicitating law firms in this way. That is why I am hoping that my consumer warning will at least help people to make an educated decision.
I was very sincerely disappointed in the things I would come to realize about (Name Redacted). Though I do not think they have any intent of committing fraud – I do think they might be blind to the reality of the fact that they are potentially not as good as they are thinking they are – as well I was not comfortable with their lack of experience and understanding of the laws that they must follow to do what they are doing – such as having a bond. I did not appreciate that they seemed to be trying to circumvent that with some attorneys understanding about how they could avoid it. That made me very uncomfortable – and I told them so. In my opinion — they are good “organizers of information” – but I question the conclusion their inexperience comes back with on these reports – because they have to be potentially guessing – unless they actually sold these types of loans before – which they did not. With that being said, I now realize that you need to have someone who used to actually trade these mortgages on the floor to really understand this complex issue – and not just some trained monkey who can look at a screen. For example, I spoke to one of my friends who is an expert who used to work for Goldman Sachs – and actually traded these loans – in which he said some of their conclusions were not even possible because “this company did not trade with that company.” So I had that “oh boy” moment come to me – which is why I told them I would not advertise for them anymore unless they had real experts and had a bond. This is where the problem I believe started between them and me– because now they were not paying me as maybe a result of being outspoken about it. No problem really – except for the fact that I heard that a lot of my supporters went to work for them – and also were only partially paid. So that is why I told them – regardless to if they paid me or not that I would be doing a consumer alert to undo what I had seem to create — which was confidence in this company that I no longer had confidence in. Trust me – it does not make me look good to have to retract statements that I made in support of a company with my advertising– but I knew I had to do the right thing – regardless of how it made me look. Fortunately – they did not make many sales to my supporters – I think they made like two or three — but they did get a lot of them to work for them. That is why I had to just sound the alarms across the board with this issue. Then – in a retaliation they potentially aligned with Mitchell J. Stein behind the scenes and wrote up some bogus lawsuit against me and others – in typical Stein fashion. Then they did a press release on it while never filing it. I remember Stein telling me this was on of his tactics before – which ends up being nothing other than a potential smear campaign. It seemed that Stein might have reached out for a potentially disgruntled (Name Redacted) to use as some kind of revenge against people who turned against him – in which some of the people he put in the press release did not even know of the other persons existence. We suspect we will never be served and the lawsuit will never be filed. This is because they know that we will immediately fire back a series of lawsuits to prove their claims are not only false – but lies meant to slander our names.
However, this does not mean that I do not believe there is not a real issue with the multiple trust and beneficiary thing. It just means that I do not believe in every Tom – Dick – or Harry that claims they can do these searches. So now I have decided to only refer people (when they ask) to ones that are being done by people who actually used to be in the industry or sell these loans on Wall Street. For example, the person who did mine is a guy who worked for one of the big investors actually trading these loans. He is at Brookstone – but I do not want to just offer Brookstone either — or people will inevitably start a rumor that I am being paid for it. So I decided to see if I can track down two others to offer along with theirs – while not charging any of them for advertising or making any money off it. I just want people to have options – and it is not about me making money. That is not why I built my site. It of course will come with a “buyer beware” disclosure.
In the end, I have just decided that I am not comfortable with really “advertising” this kind of company that dose these searches anymore — because it is a complex controversial issue – that I still have a hard time wrapping my mind around. Maybe I will sell Avon on the site instead – lol
Thank you so much for giving me the information on the Gary Lane situation. I am actually going to post what you said as part of the blog but as a “anonymous” comment. It is very important that the true facts of every story is told – and when I get them – I always want to post them.
Than you again!
My name is John Wright AND I AM FIGHTING BACK!
John: Thanks for the reply. It is the best news that you are not going to try and sell securitization audits. I do have to remind you though, that when you first posted your advertising with (Name Redacted), we posted an anonymous comment warning you against it, and even giving you the links to the AG’s office that said these audits are scams. You deleted the whole comment and went on to praise (Name Redacted) for weeks. . Anyway, you are really great at admitting when you are wrong and that is a valuable quality.
Here is a discussion from another attorney on the topic:
“But none of this means a thing as a matter of law unless you can get your claimed evidence into a courtroom, have it heard and get a judgment. Whether the inability to do so is due to judges being stupid, obtuse or actively corrupt is immaterial to the outcome. And what I keep hearing from real lawyers trying real cases is that judges will not permit this evidence into the record irrespective of what it suggests or even proves! Without being able to get the evidence into the record its value is zero!”
So, under no circumstances should consumers waste their valuable money on securitization audits. If their attorney wants that analysis for their case, they know where to get it and how to use it in the case.
Once again – thank you so much for the information. I think is very valuable for my readers to understand the complete issue here – including myself. This is because the last thing I want to do is for them to spend their money on something that might not work – or have confidence in something that I had confidence in – but just to end up becoming a victim with me. That is why I consider my blog to be more of a “journal” rather than an actual “factual legal understanding” of something. Yet – even though I have my declaimer policy posted on every page that I am not an expert – I have to realize that not everyone reads it. I thought I was safe by going by what attorneys or what those who say they are “experts” say before I write something. This of course leaves me and my platform extremely vulnerable to be exploited by less than honest “experts” that might be up to no good – such as I know (my opinion) feel about Mitchell J. Stein. It is something that I am trying to work on lately on my blog with this new awareness I have. For example, I have the bad habit of supporting unknown attorneys purely based on the fact that they are the homeowner’s attorney – with maybe this naive concept that anyone against the banks is our friend. Yet — I have now found out that this is really not a good policy for me to have – because I have come to realize that there are a lot of attorneys out here looking to exploit homeowners with this – “there are gold in them there hills” in their heart. (Sadness in my heart) In other words – the fact that I now realize that just because they are a homeowner’s attorney does not always make them the good guys – but actually sometimes a wolf in sheep’s clothing. (Sadness in my heart) That is why I turn on them and go after them the minute I find out – even though it might not make me look so good that I have to announce to the world that something I believed in did not check out. It ends up hurting my credibility – but I feel obligated to sound off the alarms the minute I know – regardless of how it makes me look. Now with this new experience with NMI and Mitchell J. Stein I have decided to not advertise these kinds of companies again on my site – and be careful about taking an attorneys side purely based on the fact that he/she is the a homeowners attorney. The truth is that I am growing and learning as I do this.
Yes – it is true – you did try to warn me. It is also true that I did not listen. Yet I am never too loud and proud to admit when I am wrong. That is why I have no problem admitting that I was indeed wrong and you were indeed right with NMI and this title and search topic. As far as deleting your comment– I have only deleted “one” comment the entire time I have been doing this. And the only reason I deleted that one was because it seemed to be vulgar and enticing people to riot. Though I believe in extreme freedom of speech – I don’t like those kinds of comments because that is not what my blog is here to do. This is because I don’t want anyone to get hurt. Yet with the exception of that one — I have never deleted a comment physically on my end on purpose or ever – as far as I know. I believe in no censorship. That means even if a comment comes through that is bad about me – in which trust me — there have been a few – I always let them come through. That is why I am guessing that the comment you left must have been left here in my daily blog because, unfortunately, my daily blog collapses once a week because “Word Press” is not built for someone like me who does multiple entries every day in a scrolling blog like I do in my daily blog. That is why I have to start a new page every week with a new link just about every week – but when I do – it unfortunately loses or deletes the comments. That is why, unfortunately, it will even lose these comments you and I are leaving probably by next week. So that is what I am guessing must have happened in this case — because I would never delete a comment just to protect an advertiser. That would be completely shaky business to do if I deleted it like that– in which I would realize that my supporters would notice that I deleted – and would not look good. For example, you noticed it was gone — and that would mean other people would notice too – which is one reasons I don’t delete them. The other reason is because I am just not like that. I believe in people hearing both sides so that they can make an educated choice — because at the end of the day – I am not expert on these matters – and never want to pretend to be. That is why, for the record, I want to make sure that everyone knows that I am not an attorney or expert here. It is also why I am far too adorable to be responsible for anything I say – because I am a big dummy. (lol) No seriously – I am just a homeowner out her thinking out loud – but so nobody feels alone with this – while I try to install hope in them to not so much keep their house – but to survive while trying – and survive it if they do lose it. For example, I have often thought about how I am not here to show people how to keep their homes – but maybe instead – show them that I can and will survive even if I lose it. This is even though I do not want to lose it. This is why “Fighting back” is not only meant to be fighting back against the banks. For example, when someone feels negative or feels like taking their lives – I want them to say “No! I am John Wright AND I AM FIGHTING BACK!” That is what my blog is really about. It is about not giving up. But as far as deleting you comment — I never deleted it. All other blog pages within Piggybankblog keeps the comments but “John’s Daily Blog” loses them about once a week. With that being said — could you please send me the AGs warning on it again — and I will be happy to post it.
Was it this one: http://oag.ca.gov/consumers/general/loanmod
Yes I did see the links to the AG page when you previously posted it. Yet – I thought it might be like mass joinders – such as maybe some were scams and some were not. I did not realize that it was meant to mean that they were all scams. I am still a little confused about it to be honest — because instead of sending a letter to (Name Redacted) telling him he needed a bond – I would just figure they would shut him down if it was absolute that the whole industry of title and securitization searches are scams. So this maybe something I need to study more.
I am really enjoying this conversation. I also want you to know that I am actually going to cut and paste it into a daily blog and my title and securitization information page. That way it will not be deleted and be in main view for everyone to see both sides of the issue here – and allow them to make an educated choice about it. I value your opinion – and even more — I appreciate that you are also trying to protect homeowners with your information. In fact – if you ever wanted to write a blog or article on your findings or opinion — I would actually post it on my securitization and title search page. You could be an “anonymous” contributor if you would like. So just let me know if you ever want to do that — and I would be happy to post it in a blog too. I think you have valuable information that many could benefit from.
You said: “So, under no circumstances should consumers waste their valuable money on securitization audits. If their attorney wants that analysis for their case, they know where to get it and how to use it in the case.”
I think that is a valuable point.
I hope that helps you get the message out.
Your friend always,
My name is John Wright AND I AM FIGHTING BACK!
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