My "sarcasm" was directed to those who didn't think that legal costs would rise and foreclosure timelines go WAYYYYYYY beyond their requirements when the SHIAT hit the fan as it has.
was all that needed to be said in reply to my simple inquiry. If one goes back, I didn't even say as much as Mr. Lavalle interpreted. At least I don't think I did. Maybe I'm misreading what I wrote.
As for everything else - of course, Mr. Lavalle is far more scholarly than anyone else here. Obviously, no other person could possibly know as much as him or have done as much as he has. Please don't attempt to read any comparison between Mr. Lavalle and anyone else into that statement.
I appreciate the kind words, 4j and O, but trust me when I say that no apologies are necessary. Certainly none are expected and none would be accepted were they to be uncharacteristically offered. Any respect that I may once have had for Mr. Lavalle evaporated the minute he personally threatened my home awhile back.
This is my last comment to you. Oh, and FYI, watch what you say... for next time it might be ME coming after your house!
MY apologies to anyone offended by the fact that I've been able to help shed some light on this insidious evil. Much to the dismay of some, apparently, the best way that I know how to call attention to this problem is to actually call attention to this problem. I used to be a stage hand and a bit of a sound engineer. I used to work "behind the scenes" for a living. The last place I belong is in front of a camera or microphone. It's just not natural for me. Trust me when I say that, as glad as I am that I occasionally get to focus attention on Mortgage Servicing Fraud I would MUCH rather have never been exposed to it. I'd much rather have my life back. And, quite frankly, should my own battle ever come to an end, as much as I appreciate the friendships that I've made through all of this, once it's over I seriously doubt that anyone would see or hear from me again. Not for a very long while at the very least.
After ONLY being involved in this "cause" for the brief seven years that I have I'm tired. I'd certainly prefer to have this over with tomorrow but, looking back over the last two years especially and the evidence that has come to light during that time, somehow I doubt that is going to happen. Maybe that's the difference here. To Mr. Lavalle, this is a "cause". Me, I'm just trying to right a wrong that I discovered was being perpetrated against me. It just so happens that a lot of other people have had the same thing happen to them.
At least I haven't threatened to try to take anyone's home away from them. That would probably make me no better than the mortgage servicers that we're all up against.