Smiley face wrote:
"Seriously, if every FAMILY or Person that needs to
was made to be paid $ 50-100,000k to 200k per yr
instead of $5.15 to $20 per hr do u think we'd be in
Dear Smiley face I feel your pain and your frustration. Additionally virtually
everyone in here is aware that fraud is being committed by these ruthless
mortgage fraud servicers who prey not only on the educated and highly
competent homeowners in America, but also the more vulnerable members
of our society.
The good news is that this will change in America in 2008 because of good
people like yourself who have exercised their First Amendment Right to
publicly complain. There is also more good news in that our elected
Legislators are listening to us.. This vicious cancer (Mortgage serving fraud)
on American trade and commerce was not widely known until recently.
Unfortunately immediate change with real teeth in it and an understanding of
just how far these crimes on American citizens have gone will not occur
Legislators are at last listening and changing priorities; introducing new laws.
Even the Presidential candidates have been forced to take crash courses on
mortgage problems and crimes that 95% of us didn't know about until
recently. Try to be more patient with the system but please continue to seek
justice and speak out.
But please don't make any more public references to nutty unrealistic things
like raising our annual incomes to "$100,000 to $200,000." (This type of a
financial environment adjustment would mean that the cost of housing would
dramatically rise accordingly.) $11 an hour carpenters would suddenly be making over $100,000 a year!! Get the picture? Say hello to suddenly paying
breathtakingly higher prices for the American dream.
To put it more bluntly you hurt the cause with incoherent statements like you
made above. I know you mean well but stick to the mortgage fraud complaints.
An economist you are not Ms. Smiley face.
Ed Cage / 972-596-4363 / firstname.lastname@example.org