Call me old fashioned. Or, just call me old.Some people around here need their own blogs. And guess what, guys - blogs are free and easy to use. But then again, you can't ride on the coat-tails of the msfraud site and your own hit counters might reveal how few people read and thus care about what you have to say. I realize that's an ego hit but the information market is what it is.
Thousands and thousands of victims of mortgage servicing fraud are finding this site and the forum and are faced with wading through more pages of cut-and-paste and url link crap than they can be expected to read, let alone understand. They don't post. They are overloaded. There is no way they can hope to find help unless they are speed readers with more hours in the day than real people with a life to deal with.
This forum has once again been derailed. This has become a mob.
The issue of mortgage servicing fraud is being deliberately and professionally diffused. (I seem to have a sense of deja vu about saying that many months ago.)
If you have any doubt about that, just look at where all the attention is being paid in the real news media. 99% of the writers and reporters can't tell you what a mortgage servicer is, let alone how they can and will take advantage of borrowers in this market climate.
That doesn't happen by accident. Outcomes in the public arena can be, and are managed.