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Nye Lavalle
Can't wait to send the Senate committee my tapes of Carol Clark that crook named at the end of McCalla Raymer. I wonder if she recalls everything she said?

Panel to Look at Foreclosure Practices

By GRETCHEN MORGENSON
Published: April 29, 2008
A Senate subcommittee plans a hearing next week to investigate whether mortgage lenders are abusing the bankruptcy court system and deepening the foreclosure crisis by levying dubious fees on troubled borrowers or moving to seize their homes improperly.

Senator Charles E. Schumer, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts, said he hoped the hearing on May 6 would lead to legislation intended to protect borrowers from abusive practices.

What the hearing is going to show is what an ongoing, awful enterprise some of these companies ran, not just taking advantage of the terms of the mortgage, but when they control the mortgage how they continue to squeeze and squeeze and squeeze,” Mr. Schumer, Democrat of New York, said.

As the mortgage crisis has spread, an army of law firms, loan servicers and foreclosure management companies has developed a highly profitable business by assessing legal fees and other charges on imperiled borrowers, calculating what they owe and drawing up the documents required to remove them from their homes.

For years, consumer lawyers say, bankruptcy courts routinely approved the claims and fees. But a number of bankruptcy judges and officials representing the United States Trustee, a unit of the Justice Department that oversees the bankruptcy system, have grown increasingly concerned that lenders and their representatives are running roughshod over borrowers.

Among their concerns are excessive fees imposed on homeowners and actions taken to seize the homes of borrowers who are not delinquent on loans. Most foreclosures are uncontested by homeowners, who typically rely on what the lender or its representative says is owed, including fees assessed during the process.

In late February, for example, the United States Trustee for the Atlanta region sued Countrywide Home Loans, a unit of Countrywide Financial, as a result of actions the company took against John and Robin Atchley, borrowers in Waleska, Ga. Twice in 2006, the Atchleys were almost forced from their home when Countrywide and its law firm claimed erroneously to the court that the borrowers were delinquent on their mortgage.

Citing a pattern of questionable practices, the trustee asked the bankruptcy judge overseeing the case to enjoin Countrywide “from engaging in bad faith and abusive practices.”

In its investigation, the subcommittee will interview Clifford J. White III, director of the executive office for the United States Trustee, and Katherine M. Porter, an associate professor of law at Iowa University and author of a comprehensive study on lenders’ practices in bankruptcy. Ms. Porter’s analysis of 1,733 foreclosures in 2006 found that questionable fees were added to borrowers’ bills in almost half the loans.

Robin Atchley, the former Countrywide borrower, is also scheduled to testify.

On Monday, Mr. Schumer invited Angelo R. Mozilo, chief executive of Countrywide Financial, to testify. It was unclear whether Mr. Mozilo would agree to appear.

Mr. Schumer has also asked for testimony from representatives of a major foreclosure law firm: McCalla, Raymer, Padrick, Cobb, Nichols & Clark, a firm in Atlanta.

In addition to shining a light on foreclosure practices, Mr. Schumer said he hoped to generate legislation intended to protect borrowers. Among the possible remedies, he said, were giving more power to bankruptcy trustees to conduct investigations of lenders and their representatives and imposing fines for questionable practices. New laws could also require that loan servicers warn borrowers when late fees or other charges were imminent, Mr. Schumer said.
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On Monday, Mr. Schumer invited Angelo R. Mozilo, chief executive of Countrywide Financial, to testify. It was unclear whether Mr. Mozilo would agree to appear.

Like pulling teeth.  The Larry's don't like to get their feet dirty either.

STOP INVITING.

It's TIME TO PAY THE PIPER.

Get these people in OUR courts of law.

THEY KNOW WHAT THEY HAVE DONE.

HOLD THEIR SORRY A$$ES ACCOUNTABLE.
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  Dear Nye Lavell

I have been fighting  The Money
 
Store/ Fairbanks Capital/
 
 
 
HomeQ Servicing/  since January 2000.  I  had to have hip replacement
and
 
Filed a chapter 7 to
 
 
 
Reduce my debts.  I was only working part time as an auditor and  was
home
 
Bound, learning
 
 
 
To be self sufficient.  I reaffirmed my home loan.(1999)
 
 
 
    According to the National Consumer Law Center. "Surviving Debt"
book, I
 
Had special
 
 
 
Rights created since  I had a non purchase money loan. The home
improvement
 
Contractor had to be
 
 
 
Sued for shoddy workmanship, and The Money Store paid them off any way,
 
(more special rights
 
 
 
Created according the NCLC, for a "non-purchase money loan"
 
 
 
I went to legal aid and was paid partially the money I spent on the
getting
 
The roof repaired.
 
 
 
  I contacted  (NCLC) for their help and
 
 
 
They don't help consumers directly, only attorney and "advocates".
 
 
 
That would be you.
 
 
 
    The second time I filed bankruptcy to save my home, it was because
 
Fairbanks Capital had
 
 
 
Tried to enforce my arrearage fees. And  that was  created by The Money
 
Store, dragging their
 
 
 
Feet .  The Bankruptcy judge told Fairbanks , they had gotten a "pig in
a
 
Poke", because  they
 
 
 
Knew I was in default and fighting it, and  their assignment was a "pig
in a
 
Poke". And they
 
 
 
Were not "holder in due course".
 
 
 
                        An assignee only attains  holder-in-due-course
 
Status
 
                        Thus avoids defenses the consumer raises (1) if
it
 
Assigned
 
                        A negotiable instrument and meets the
 
Holder-in-due-course
 
                        Requirements of Article 3 of the UCC.
 
 
 
 
 
    Legal aid, while not willing to represent me, because I was in a
chapter
 
13. Told me, that if
 
 
 
Fairbanks was not "holder -in-due-course"..........no one was. Despite
Homeq
 
Servicing notifying
 
 
 
Me, over 20 days later, that they were the new servicers of my loan.
 
 
 
I raised this legal issue in my adversarial complaint to no avail.
 
 
 
    I contacted NACA the same year. Homeq servicing was unresponsive. In
 
Fact, they were
 
 
 
  Unresponsive to any and every agency that contacted them on  my
behalf.
 
 
 
    Then the Housing
 
 
 
Information Office contacted them and United Services(2004).  I was
allowed
 
To enter into an loan
 
 
 
Modification agreement in the spring of 2003, (587.000 they accepted the
 
Money given them
 
 
 
To bring  me current and to start my payments of $329. Or so.
 
 
 
    I sent them a deposit slip. And a check for the first "new payment"
 
Arrangement.  They sent
 
 
 
It back to me. Despite accepting the monies from the agencies. Saying
that I
 
  Was in
 
 
 
Bankruptcy and they could not accept it. I was not , it had been
discharged.
 
  They kept the
 
 
 
Agency's money. And claimed there "was no loan modification signed and
 
Received".
 
 
 
    In September 2003, a loss mitigation agent contacted me and said
well
 
When do you
 
 
 
Want your new payment schedule to start?  I said, December, because I
was
 
Told, fees had
 
 
 
To be paid again.  And I knew I had to get them from somewhere.
 
 
 
     In October and November
 
 
 
I was contacted and a gentleman asked me how much did I want to sell my
home
 
For?
 
 
 
    I told him it was not for sale. He then advised me, that it was
being
 
Advertised to be
 
 
 
Auctioned on Jan. 9, 2004.  I , pro-se filed a Chapter 13. To stop the
sale.
 
  Every time
 
 
 
Homeq has been unreasonable  and uncooperative, I filed bankruptcy. I
had no
 
Choice.
 
 
 
I have been diligent  in timelines and filings.  I filed an adversary
 
Complaint while paying
 
 
 
To the trustee each month.  I contacted 29 attorney's.  I even filed a
 
Motion with the judge
 
 
 
That, because I was indigent, an attorney could be appointed by him.
This
 
Too was ignored.
 
 
 
    And rejected.  I have followed your actions for NACA. And the
consumers
 
Seeking your
 
 
 
    Redress.
 
 
 
    You have 'Power". Please--help me. The attorney's who would not or
could
 
Not help
 
 
 
Me, said, Missouri does not have any "anti-predatory lending laws".
They
 
Imparted some
 
 
 
Legal gems and sent me with "god speed". They definitely if they had any
 
Opinion at all said,
 
 
 
TRUTH IN LENDING VIOLATIONS, have occurred in my case. (accepting late
pymts
 
In the past)
 
 
 
    Legal aid was allocated monies to help fight predatory lending here
in
 
Missouri. (2003
 
 
 
First they told me, I was in a chapter 13. They could not help me. They
only
 
Help and
 
 
 
Do chapter 7.  Two years later, I contacted them and they told me, I was
in
 
The wrong
 
 
 
Zip code. They only helped people in certain Zip Codes.   Then when I
 
Contacted them
 
 
 
This year. 2008.  I was told, there were not enough attorney's to help
 
everyone  and
 
 
 
Not enough funds.
 
 
 
    However, I  was entitled to homestead exemption. Of $15,000.00.   My
 
loan is only
 
 
 
$34, 085. But with all  the excess and bogus fees, they have added, it
tops
 
$73,000
 
 
 
And this took away the exemption. Which would have made me only owe
$15,000
 
 
 
Or so on the loan.  I , fought this case through the Bankruptcy
Appellant
 
Court, to
 
 
 
The U.S. APPEALS  COURT.   According to them no laws have been broken
 
 
 
 
 
                                       (all constituent services contact
 
numbers)
 
 
 
    And yes, I contacted my State Senators (Clair McCaskill,
(816-421-16390
 
)
 
 
 
Emmanual Cleaver(816-842-4545),  Yvonne Wilson ((573-751-9758)
 
 
 
  State Representatives--Yvonne Wilson, and Govenor Matt Blunt
(573-751-3222)
 
 
 
Govenor Chris Bond (573-634-24850) and HUD in 2003, and the Federal
 
 
 
Trade Commission. In (2003). Laws have changed since then.
 
 
 
 
 
The Govenor said it was not a Federal Issue. My state rep and senator,
said,
 
 
 
 
 
They are fighting and have  introduced bills.
 
 
 
Please help me. What am I doing wrong? Who can stop me from being
evicted.
 
 
 
I , am aware through my research , that  I  have a better leg to fight
if I
 
am still in
 
 
 
The house, than if I am evicted or have non possession. I also contacted
 
HOPE
 
 
 
NOW. They said, they could not help me.  (elizabeth.dillion@cccsinc.org)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  I have been fighting Eight years. Spent countless dollars filing
motions
 
and getting the transcripts,
 
 
 
  traveling  to seek some Help.  The road has led me back to Bruce
Marks.
 
 
 
I am handicapped and disabled from COPD -ASTHMA, and TYPE II DIABETES.
 
 
 
I can afford to make my mortgage payments, I just have not been given
the
 
chance.
 
 
 
    Awaiting your response
 
 
 
Virginia Dale
 
vwynndale@kc.rr.com
 
 


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Nye Lavalle
Only thing I can do is work with your lawyer if you have one.
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Stephen

Can I get my house back now?  This van gets cold at night.

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Emailed Schumer (NY), where I am from. More than willing to share my story.  Maybe they can supoena both of the Larry Litton's. That is one meeting I would enjoy being part of. Almost forgot the Pritzer's (Superior Bank).
 
 
Jurisdiction: (1) Court administration and management; (2) Judicial rules and procedures; (3) Creation of new courts and judgeships; (4) Bankruptcy; (5) Administrative practices and procedures; (6) Legal reform and liability issues; (7) Oversight of the Department of Justice grant programs, as well as government waste and fraud; (8) Private relief bills other than immigration; (9) Oversight of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission.

[edit] Members, 110th Congress

The Committee is chaired by Democrat Chuck Schumer of New York, and the Ranking Minority member is Republican Jeff Sessions, of Alabama.

Majority
MemberState
 Chuck Schumer, ChairmanNew York
 Dianne FeinsteinCalifornia
 Russ FeingoldWisconsin
 Sheldon WhitehouseRhode Island
Minority
MemberState
 Jeff Sessions, Ranking MemberAlabama
 Chuck GrassleyIowa
 Lindsey GrahamSouth Carolina

Senior Subcommittee Staff

Preet Bharara, Democratic Chief Counsel
Cindy Hayden, Republican Chief Counsel

[edit] Contact information

U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts
224 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510

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Countrywide Financial admits loan officers made errors

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER, AP Business WriterTue May 6, 6:06 PM ET

Mortgage lender Countrywide Financial Corp., which is under investigation for inflating certain borrowers' fees, acknowledged Tuesday that it has made errors and pledged to take steps to improve its operations.

Steve Bailey, chief executive for loan administration at Countrywide, told a Senate panel that the company's employees have made mistakes "from time to time." He said the company will hire an outside auditor to review its actions in cases involving homeowners who have filed for bankruptcy court protection.

But he disputed accusations, made by hundreds of borrowers in Pennsylvania, Florida and other states, that the company has sought to collect inflated fees and other payments by filing inaccurate bankruptcy documents. The Justice Department is currently investigating the accusations.

"Servicers have also been accused of intentionally assessing inappropriate fees and costs to borrowers in bankruptcy," Bailey said. "With respect to Countrywide, these allegations are simply not true."

But Katherine Porter, a professor at the University of Iowa, testified that mortgage companies and servicers have improperly sought repayment for attorneys' fees and other costs without fully disclosing or documenting the fees.

In some cases, companies have sought to foreclose on homes even after borrowers have discharged their debts through the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process, which allows debtors to keep their homes while working out payment plans for their debts.

"The upsetting reality is that the current bankruptcy system routinely forces borrowers to pay bloated amounts and permits mortgage servicers to misbehave without serious consequence," she told the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on administration oversight and the courts.

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., chairman of the panel, criticized what he called a broader "vulture mentality" in the mortgage lending industry.

"Companies have repeatedly sought to foreclose on homes where owners were current on payments, sought attorneys fees in bankruptcy court for motions that they have lost, and failed to keep even the most basic records to justify their claims in bankruptcy court," he said.

Schumer also said that Bank of America Corp., which agreed to buy Countrywide in January for approximately $4 billion, should reconsider the deal's price tag.

If the purchase price for Countrywide was "based in part on profits from these bad practices, Bank of America should demand a lower price, because these practices will not be allowed to continue," he said.

Several Wall Street analysts have said Bank of America should renegotiate the deal and pay closer to $1 per share, down from the deal's current value of $7.10 per share, due in part to Countrywide's legal liabilities.

Clifford White, director of the Justice Department's bankruptcy trustee program, said the department has stepped up its efforts to prosecute bankruptcy law violations.

The trustee program made 1,163 criminal referrals last year, which includes cases involving housing fraud, a 26 percent increase over the previous year, he said.

The "integrity of the bankruptcy system is compromised by creditors who file false financial information that inflates the amount of money due to them, or deprives debtors of the bankruptcy code's protection against foreclosure," he said.

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Blossom

TESTIMONY

STEVE BAILEY

DEBRA MILLER

KATHERINE PORTER

ROBIN ATCHLEY

CLIFFORD WHITE

MEMBER STATEMENTS

THE HONORABLE CHARLES E. SCHUMER
 
http://judiciary.senate.gov/hearing.cfm?id=3327
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In the end these corporate pigs have the money & resources to make our lives miserable ...whatever the do will come on them ten fold...Mom used to say used to say "Don't take no sh!t from no one"   Happy Mothers Day Mom...
Let's all be grateful for what we have...Peace


 
virginia dale wrote:
  Dear Nye Lavell

I have been fighting  The Money
 
Store/ Fairbanks Capital/
 
 
 
HomeQ Servicing/  since January 2000.  I  had to have hip replacement
and
 
Filed a chapter 7 to
 
 
 
Reduce my debts.  I was only working part time as an auditor and  was
home
 
Bound, learning
 
 
 
To be self sufficient.  I reaffirmed my home loan.(1999)
 
 
 
    According to the National Consumer Law Center. "Surviving Debt"
book, I
 
Had special
 
 
 
Rights created since  I had a non purchase money loan. The home
improvement
 
Contractor had to be
 
 
 
Sued for shoddy workmanship, and The Money Store paid them off any way,
 
(more special rights
 
 
 
Created according the NCLC, for a "non-purchase money loan"
 
 
 
I went to legal aid and was paid partially the money I spent on the
getting
 
The roof repaired.
 
 
 
  I contacted  (NCLC) for their help and
 
 
 
They don't help consumers directly, only attorney and "advocates".
 
 
 
That would be you.
 
 
 
    The second time I filed bankruptcy to save my home, it was because
 
Fairbanks Capital had
 
 
 
Tried to enforce my arrearage fees. And  that was  created by The Money
 
Store, dragging their
 
 
 
Feet .  The Bankruptcy judge told Fairbanks , they had gotten a "pig in
a
 
Poke", because  they
 
 
 
Knew I was in default and fighting it, and  their assignment was a "pig
in a
 
Poke". And they
 
 
 
Were not "holder in due course".
 
 
 
                        An assignee only attains  holder-in-due-course
 
Status
 
                        Thus avoids defenses the consumer raises (1) if
it
 
Assigned
 
                        A negotiable instrument and meets the
 
Holder-in-due-course
 
                        Requirements of Article 3 of the UCC.
 
 
 
 
 
    Legal aid, while not willing to represent me, because I was in a
chapter
 
13. Told me, that if
 
 
 
Fairbanks was not "holder -in-due-course"..........no one was. Despite
Homeq
 
Servicing notifying
 
 
 
Me, over 20 days later, that they were the new servicers of my loan.
 
 
 
I raised this legal issue in my adversarial complaint to no avail.
 
 
 
    I contacted NACA the same year. Homeq servicing was unresponsive. In
 
Fact, they were
 
 
 
  Unresponsive to any and every agency that contacted them on  my
behalf.
 
 
 
    Then the Housing
 
 
 
Information Office contacted them and United Services(2004).  I was
allowed
 
To enter into an loan
 
 
 
Modification agreement in the spring of 2003, (587.000 they accepted the
 
Money given them
 
 
 
To bring  me current and to start my payments of $329. Or so.
 
 
 
    I sent them a deposit slip. And a check for the first "new payment"
 
Arrangement.  They sent
 
 
 
It back to me. Despite accepting the monies from the agencies. Saying
that I
 
  Was in
 
 
 
Bankruptcy and they could not accept it. I was not , it had been
discharged.
 
  They kept the
 
 
 
Agency's money. And claimed there "was no loan modification signed and
 
Received".
 
 
 
    In September 2003, a loss mitigation agent contacted me and said
well
 
When do you
 
 
 
Want your new payment schedule to start?  I said, December, because I
was
 
Told, fees had
 
 
 
To be paid again.  And I knew I had to get them from somewhere.
 
 
 
     In October and November
 
 
 
I was contacted and a gentleman asked me how much did I want to sell my
home
 
For?
 
 
 
    I told him it was not for sale. He then advised me, that it was
being
 
Advertised to be
 
 
 
Auctioned on Jan. 9, 2004.  I , pro-se filed a Chapter 13. To stop the
sale.
 
  Every time
 
 
 
Homeq has been unreasonable  and uncooperative, I filed bankruptcy. I
had no
 
Choice.
 
 
 
I have been diligent  in timelines and filings.  I filed an adversary
 
Complaint while paying
 
 
 
To the trustee each month.  I contacted 29 attorney's.  I even filed a
 
Motion with the judge
 
 
 
That, because I was indigent, an attorney could be appointed by him.
This
 
Too was ignored.
 
 
 
    And rejected.  I have followed your actions for NACA. And the
consumers
 
Seeking your
 
 
 
    Redress.
 
 
 
    You have 'Power". Please--help me. The attorney's who would not or
could
 
Not help
 
 
 
Me, said, Missouri does not have any "anti-predatory lending laws".
They
 
Imparted some
 
 
 
Legal gems and sent me with "god speed". They definitely if they had any
 
Opinion at all said,
 
 
 
TRUTH IN LENDING VIOLATIONS, have occurred in my case. (accepting late
pymts
 
In the past)
 
 
 
    Legal aid was allocated monies to help fight predatory lending here
in
 
Missouri. (2003
 
 
 
First they told me, I was in a chapter 13. They could not help me. They
only
 
Help and
 
 
 
Do chapter 7.  Two years later, I contacted them and they told me, I was
in
 
The wrong
 
 
 
Zip code. They only helped people in certain Zip Codes.   Then when I
 
Contacted them
 
 
 
This year. 2008.  I was told, there were not enough attorney's to help
 
everyone  and
 
 
 
Not enough funds.
 
 
 
    However, I  was entitled to homestead exemption. Of $15,000.00.   My
 
loan is only
 
 
 
$34, 085. But with all  the excess and bogus fees, they have added, it
tops
 
$73,000
 
 
 
And this took away the exemption. Which would have made me only owe
$15,000
 
 
 
Or so on the loan.  I , fought this case through the Bankruptcy
Appellant
 
Court, to
 
 
 
The U.S. APPEALS  COURT.   According to them no laws have been broken
 
 
 
 
 
                                       (all constituent services contact
 
numbers)
 
 
 
    And yes, I contacted my State Senators (Clair McCaskill,
(816-421-16390
 
)
 
 
 
Emmanual Cleaver(816-842-4545),  Yvonne Wilson ((573-751-9758)
 
 
 
  State Representatives--Yvonne Wilson, and Govenor Matt Blunt
(573-751-3222)
 
 
 
Govenor Chris Bond (573-634-24850) and HUD in 2003, and the Federal
 
 
 
Trade Commission. In (2003). Laws have changed since then.
 
 
 
 
 
The Govenor said it was not a Federal Issue. My state rep and senator,
said,
 
 
 
 
 
They are fighting and have  introduced bills.
 
 
 
Please help me. What am I doing wrong? Who can stop me from being
evicted.
 
 
 
I , am aware through my research , that  I  have a better leg to fight
if I
 
am still in
 
 
 
The house, than if I am evicted or have non possession. I also contacted
 
HOPE
 
 
 
NOW. They said, they could not help me.  (elizabeth.dillion@cccsinc.org)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  I have been fighting Eight years. Spent countless dollars filing
motions
 
and getting the transcripts,
 
 
 
  traveling  to seek some Help.  The road has led me back to Bruce
Marks.
 
 
 
I am handicapped and disabled from COPD -ASTHMA, and TYPE II DIABETES.
 
 
 
I can afford to make my mortgage payments, I just have not been given
the
 
chance.
 
 
 
    Awaiting your response
 
 
 
Virginia Dale
 
vwynndale@kc.rr.com
 
 


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Great!

My "Adversary Hearing" filed with the Bankruptcy court for predatory sub prime lending violations against Litton still awaits a competent lawyer.  The lawyers I hired awhile back to amend the case asked for $2,000 retainer fee.  He told me he knew the firm representing Litton.  Sometime after he went on vacation for a month, refuse to amend my case and provided no legal services wrongfully keeping $1,300.

After he spoke to Litton lawyers.  He indicated that he was a conservative republican, not for consumer rights and he was more favorable to the rights of businesses.

Initially, this should have all been revealed to me before my $2,000 payment was taken by his firm.
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NotSoGoodAttorneys

That's SAD! It would be nice to know what lawyer did that.


A RACKEET (RICO) wrote:
Great!

My "Adversary Hearing" filed with the Bankruptcy court for predatory sub prime lending violations against Litton still awaits a competent lawyer.  The lawyers I hired awhile back to amend the case asked for $2,000 retainer fee.  He told me he knew the firm representing Litton.  Sometime after he went on vacation for a month, refuse to amend my case and provided no legal services wrongfully keeping $1,300.

After he spoke to Litton lawyers.  He indicated that he was a conservative republican, not for consumer rights and he was more favorable to the rights of businesses.

Initially, this should have all been revealed to me before my $2,000 payment was taken by his firm.

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