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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Edwin E Bell

This spells out the intentions of most nefarious debt collectors. Their objective is to collect payments for a lifetime from either illegally formed default judgments using fraud or make believe debts acquired by using false records or reports from auctions or foreclosures. Trustees are corrupting the laws by carrying out these procedures without adhering to the law. It is easy to falsify either the Auditors Reports in foreclosures or Auction Reports from automobile repossessions. This is one of the biggest "Get Rich Attorney Schemes" in America. Laws schools, professors, and Consumer Attorneys or Advocates act stupid as if this is non-existent, but instead in reality it is pervasive in most states. We live under and operate in a corrupt system of justice where judges wink and nod at crooked attorneys presenting obvious fraud. Until we clean up the system it will only get worse. Legal authorities and educators should stop pretending this isn't happening.

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