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Sunday, February 11, 2018


Edwin Bell

I have been defending against an illegal National Mortgage Settlement 15.(a)predatory violator since July 2011 for a mortgage paid in full prior to Ratification. The law firm filed after we sent more then enough evidence to prove fraud...his intention was to cost us an enormous amount of money using the courts to pressure us to obtain an illegal settlement. Our cost were over 78K just for attorneys to assist us in the defense. In the process we spent thousands of hours gathering NOT only evidence in our case, but in hundreds of other similar cases by DYCK-O'NEAL, Inc. We had uncovered their juvenile illegal mortgage deficiency scheme and fraudulent contract case scam and revealed the evidence. Unveiling their shenanigans made the court and corrupt attorneys extremely angry. This is happening in states like Maryland and Florida everyday...the courts are completely aware of the fraud, yet they allow it to be used by deviant lawyers with intentions to commit felony money crimes.

Maddux Law

Great article mate! Your article is full of information which clear all my confusion related to Second Circuit's Arias FDCPA Decision. Thanks for the share

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