Friday, December 09, 2005

A Future Post

I blogger asked me to write a futuristic post just for the fun of it. So I will imagine my post a year from now.

12-1-06

On the 19th, my 44th birthday, I have planned a celebration at the Hyatt at O’Hare Airport. I’ve selected this place for its central location to all you bloggers. I am asking all of you who have posted, friend or foe, to please come join me. I would love to meet you and shake your hand. I will be reimbursing you all for your hotel stay or you can just mention my name at reservations and they will put it to my account. When you make your nametags, put your blogger name. There will be dinner, dancing and live music. I’ve hired Chicago (I thought appropriate) and Earth, Wind and Fire. It should be a great evening of fun. There will be trophies and cash for the biggest ass, most encouraging, most articulate, most whiney, and perhaps a few others. History has settled the opinion now let’s have fun with the people who kept us typing away in anger or admiration. I will be announcing my new blog that will be focusing on my participation with government to revamp the mortgage industry and how to restore credibility back to Fannie Mae. Look forward to seeing you there!

49 comments:

getmeoffthisride said...

I should win for biggest ass....

OH! Sorry! I thought you were talking about derrieres!

In that case, the Biggest Ass award goes to.............

Yetter said...

can't dance worth shit,but I will be there to shake your hand

Tony Tuba said...

Will you supply hookers at this celebration?

railman65 said...

The biggest ass award would go to t---. Anyone who reads this blog would agree.

mogel said...

Salt Lake County Jail to Turn Away Some Criminals
by Erin Stewart / Deseret Morning News (11/19/05)

Salt Lake County will close its jail doors to some criminals who, county leaders say, are taking up precious cell space. The County Council has passed a resolution not to accept any offenders with a class C misdemeanor or class B misdemeanor traffic violation, except for DUI convictions. The jail will also no longer take in any federal prisoners with more than a one-year sentence. "A lot of us have doubt that the jail is filled with people who are truly a danger to society. "We're finding people in our prison that are there for seat-belt violations and debtor violations and we think it's not appropriate. It's costing taxpayer money," County Councilman Randy Horiuchi said. Trimming the list of potential inmates will likely cut down on the jail's population, which is closing in on its 2,000-inmate limit. The council also decided to scale back the number of beds in the jail by 300 slots to 1,700 by July 1, 2006, cutting about $2.1 million from the jail's budget.

Clueless Fudd said...

NeModemes and JRB can be the pinadas, that we all crack with a stick over and over and over....

neodemes said...

One year from now...

"365 x marks on the wall, so far.

*sigh*

Only 8760 more to go (for count #1).

*sigh*"

LOL

tcob247 said...

Are you going to hook up a conference call and talk to us from your jail cell?

Let us know when you wake up there Kurt.
You got nothing else to do there except dream

Maybe you should have thought a little bit more about this before you went to jail.

What do you say to Scott's family who has been devastated by all this?

neodemes said...

narcissists don't give much thought to other peoples' families.

But then, it was Scott's choice, too.

loyalHenchman said...

I look forward to the day that I get to meet you. It sounds like its going to be one hell of a party

4541 said...

I can't wait to see you there, Mr. Johnson...

Justice7777777 said...

Many people have lost (and are still losing) homes, wives, families, friends, credit, reputation at your hand (and those of the brokers). Many would argue that your program destroyed them.

You are probably safer on the inside.

nowhomelessinseattle said...

Kurt, how much more pain, suffering, and broken promises do we have to be subject to until you finally come through with just one of your promises? We are heartbroken, we are tired, we are beaten, we are battle stricken and we are still suffering.

In August you promised all foreclosures would stop and all of us at risk clients would get an advance of $100 - $400k in 30 to 60 days to help save our homes - that did not happen.

In late September and early October, the Libo group said that there were going to be payments sent out to the first 600 clients, literally, any day now and that did not happen. Consequently, They pushed that false information, in my opinion, real hard, over the top I would say, creating a marketing buzz in which to lure those with the hopes of
obtaining a free and clear mortgage and a lot of money in their pocket into their program. I pray that those who entered Libo do not have to bare the pain and suffering that some of us in your program have, and, moreoverly, I
pray that these new clients will not have to listen to one excuse after another as to why they have not been paid at all.

In October you said you were working with a mitigator on a deal to settle with Fanny Mae and it would be about a month or so - that did not happen.

In October your father sent out a communique that stated this process will now be coming to a close very shortly, and it is the plan to make all that are in the client database whole. If you have had loss those matters shall be addressed and you shall be well compensated both with compensatory and punitive damages taken into consideration - This still has not happened.

In November you said you would have your website up in the beginning of December so that the first 350 at risk clients could submit their claims to collect their damages - that did not happen either, and it does not look like it will by years end due to yet another excuse of not being able to get your website up.

In November your father sent out another communique that stated, The programme is coming to a close and in short order you will be required to download the claims form from the web site posted on the Blog. Settlements will be
made with all clients that have paid fees, filled out their paperwork, and prepared the claims form. The settlements are far greater then originally contracted for, than just paying out of the refinance, nevertheless the
divisions of funds remain the same. The client shall be in control the gross payment - This still has not happened.

I have a question Kurt, why do you need a website for the claim form to be distributed? How come the claim form cannot be emailed to the clients?

There have been some as I have heard complain that sent in a money order and still have not received your informational DVD.

Thanks to Mogel pointing out where to find these financing statements, we have at least seen the UCC financing paperwork with our trust on it. However, it bothers me to see the words assigned to first mutual trust on them. I am praying real hard Kurt that these financing statement in which you used our home as an asset for has not enriched someone else while we have suffered the loss of our home.

We were really counting on any or all of these damages you and others have promised over the past months to help us keep our home Kurt, however, this has not happened yet.

Kurt, we are praying that you do come through with all of your promises, not only for us, but for all those who have suffered the loss of their homes. However, with each passing day and another missed promise, this hope is
diminishing rapidly.


Sally

tcob247 said...

that pretty much says it all.

In spite of others claims.....
I'm not the only one here at odds with master Kurt and his false claims

livinginxs said...

sally said - Thanks to Mogel pointing out where to find these financing statements, we have at least seen the UCC financing paperwork with our trust on it.

where can I find these statements?

newyorklife said...

nowhomelessinseattle said...
Consequently, They pushed that false information, in my opinion, real hard, over the top I would say, creating a marketing buzz in which to lure those with the hopes of obtaining a free and clear mortgage and a lot of money in their pocket into their program.

This is probably the most astute observation of all! What do you expect from a Bill Julian fronted operation? I was a client of his originally, and look what happened to me. I am a prelude to the Lie-Bo clients he enlisted with lie after lie.

Foxy said...

Why do you people keep listening to Kurt?? You are just as kooky as he is. you people keeping hoping and hoping and hoping. Just IGNORE the guy and move on with your life! Why is that so hard???

Foxy said...
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Chelsea said...

Kurt I hope you do that and I will be there. I want to meet the man I believe is changing the world, for the good. I know you are changing mine. I have faith now and always have. I would love to see you home with your wife. I'm sure this has not been easy on her. I pray for you and Scott every night. I'm not ready to give up; we are three feet from the gold. God bless you and you’re Family. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting you both some day.

imbigo said...

"I QUIT" was not funny, LOL.... it took too long to get to the punch line, although i knew it was coming, it still made my heart drop to my stomach.

I owe you one for that one brother!!!

talk to you soon.

GODS SPEED

BIG"O" 1+1+1=1

SEE YOU AT THE TOP!!!

tcob247 said...

bigo
did you get the punch line on "a future post" ?

imbigo said...

YES AND I HOPE YOU COME!!!

livinginxs said...

Crackdown on mortgage-elimination scams

Federal investigators are watching closely

By Glenn Roberts Jr.
Inman News Wednesday, December 08, 2004





Federal and state investigators are targeting schemes that claim to erase a homeowner's mortgage debt through creative paperwork. What some of these business models don't advertise is that their programs can put consumers at risk of foreclosure and even fraud.

Dubbed "mortgage elimination," the schemes have caught the eye of the FBI, which has been working with the title industry to snare those firms that are taking advantage of unsuspecting homeowners, Inman News has learned.

Dwight Bickel, a lawyer for LandAmerica Financial Group, Inc. said a company representative met with the FBI last week, and he has "confirmed there are investigations ongoing nationwide" relating to mortgage-elimination schemes.

"This has got to be one of the top issues facing our industry right now with regard to the potential for loss," said Tim Krell, a lawyer for First American Title, who also confirmed a meeting with the FBI to discuss mortgage-elimination.

There are some general patterns with mortgage elimination plans, such as creating legal documents that attempt to discharge a mortgage lien and then taking out a second loan or refinancing the property in order to pay off the perpetrators of the mortgage-elimination scheme. The debt elimination companies often argue that the banking system is flawed and encourage homeowners to challenge this system.

Some homeowners who followed through with mortgage elimination programs have lost their homes to foreclosure, say industry experts. Others face an uphill battle to clear up the financial and legal mess.

On Oct. 1, 2003, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which charters, regulates and supervises all national banks, issued an alert to warn of illegal "debt elimination schemes using fictitious or worthless bonds, due bills and bills of exchange." The advisory stated, "Regardless of how such instruments or documents are titled or whether they appear authentic, they are worthless, have no legal validity, and are not payable through the United States Treasury or any other federal or state agency."

Also, the office's advisory listed several organizations and Web sites "promoting these fraudulent schemes."

A simple Google search for "mortgage elimination" turns up many more examples of services to free consumers from mortgage payments.

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In January, the Minnesota Attorney General's Office announced several lawsuits against companies that claimed to assist consumers in managing or eliminating debt.

The office launched legal action against two companies, alleging that the companies "bilked Minnesotans out of thousands of dollars by falsely claiming that they can eliminate home mortgages." Both companies allegedly charged an up-front fee of about $7,000 for their services "but the companies neither provide the supposed services or return consumers' money as promised," the state charged.

In a consumer advisory, the Minnesota Attorney General's Office cautioned, "If it sounds to good to be true, it is. You cannot eliminate a debt of tens of thousands of dollars for only $7,500. Don't take what the 'debt elimination' company tells you, even if it is in writing or on a Web site, at face value. If a company is unable to provide you with the specifics of a transaction – walk away. Walk away if the company tells you that the information is 'confidential' or proprietary.'"

The advisory also states, "Many of these companies are 'fly-by-night' operations that have few, if any, assets. There may be nothing to collect even if you prevail in a lawsuit."

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These steps haven't stopped such schemes from cropping up across the country. While law enforcement agencies are working to catch up with the alleged criminals, consumer education about such services has generally lagged behind.

Though the scheme varies, this is an example of how it works, according to industry experts: A mortgage-elimination outfit works with homeowners to initiate communication with their home loan company. If the lender doesn't respond within a specified period of time the homeowner or a representative makes a legal claim that they have the authority to act on behalf of the lender. Next, the homeowners file paperwork with the county recorder's office that names a trustee for the property – this trustee may be associated with the mortgage-elimination service – and this documentation often includes a deed that claims to discharge the mortgage.

In this example, the homeowners and mortgage-elimination companies seek a second mortgage on the property. If title companies mistakenly validate the documents filed with the recorder's office, then a second loan may be issued and the participants pocket the proceeds of this second loan.

Krell said that with some of these programs, "The house of cards doesn't fall until after they do a second loan application." Once this second loan is recorded, the payments on the first loan typically stop, Krell said. At this point, the first loan is in default and the original lender begins foreclosure proceedings, he said.

Experts say that with these schemes, courts have found that the documents claiming to discharge the loan are invalid, and homeowners are held accountable for the mortgage debt and may be found guilty of fraud.

Bickel said he has seen several cases in which people have had their home lost in foreclosure – "That's the usual result," he said. "Once their records show the unusual documents that indicate an attempt at mortgage elimination, we might not insure their refinance." Those who attempt to clean up the title to their homes after participating in a mortgage-elimination program can find it's a very difficult process, he said.

"My job is to make sure that title companies are educated about this – to make sure they don't provide free and clear title based on invalid documents," Bickel said. Several companies touting mortgage elimination programs seem to define success as "getting a piece of paper back from the county that shows a (mortgage) discharge," he said, though he said that the courts typically hold homeowners liable for all mortgage debt, regardless of these discharge documents.

"The lenders who begin foreclosure end up being allowed to foreclose the prior mortgage. Legally the courts are going to enforce the prior document," he said. There are a whole range of laws that can potentially be violated by mortgage-elimination companies, he said – everything from forgery to federal mortgage fraud.

"I've never seen an example yet where a mortgage was legally eliminated," Bickel said. "What I don't understand is why people are so resistant to the possibility that they are being scammed."

Bickel said that courts, lawyers, banks and title insurance companies have found, in every instance that he is aware of, that the lien of a mortgage has never been legally eliminated "without payment in full."

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Rachel M. Dollar, of Dollar & Graves, a mortgage banking law firm, agreed that if a mortgages is released by the lender in error, "The original borrower remains liable on the debt."

She added, "Consumers that try these types of 'something for nothing' schemes may very well end up with multiple mortgages or may end up losing their property to foreclosure if they don't make payments based on the representations that their mortgage has been satisfied when, in fact, it has not been."

Krell said, "It's hard to understand the number of people that apparently have bought into these scams because of the sheer volume we've seen. Literally, for a time there this summer we were getting, I would guess 15-20 of these documents per week."

Krell acknowledged that consumers may not always be well-informed about the existence of these types of schemes and the potential ramifications for entering into a mortgage-elimination program. He cited a case in which a couple claimed they had received mortgage-elimination advice from a group, and the court ruled that the couple had perpetrated a fraud and held them responsible for payment of the loan.

***

Solvo said...

Tell us something we don't know. All of these sources quoted in this article, are trying to hide the truth that Kurt and Scott has blown wide open.

geva--f85454 said...

A Future Post

Hey whistleblower, you have a pretty good blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

I have a fantasy knife Fantasy Knives. It pretty much covers
fantasy knife related stuff.

Come and check out fantasy knife if you get time, Nice going !

tcob247 said...

yup solvo they've blown it WIDE open alright.
they are taking the whole thing down right there from jail
oh they are so smart

thousands of people out there with wothless as shit pieces of paper that say they have a free and clear mortgage

what a joke

out of those thousands......any successes??

they are there in jail for a looooong time

all of kurts promises keep going by without being kept

how long will you follow?

son of a prophet said...

Bush on the Constitution: 'It's just a goddamned piece of paper'


By DOUG THOMPSON
Dec 9, 2005, 07:53


Last month, Republican Congressional leaders filed into the Oval Office to meet with President George W. Bush and talk about renewing the controversial USA Patriot Act.

Several provisions of the act, passed in the shell shocked period immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, caused enough anger that liberal groups like the American Civil Liberties Union had joined forces with prominent conservatives like Phyllis Schlafly and Bob Barr to oppose renewal.

GOP leaders told Bush that his hardcore push to renew the more onerous provisions of the act could further alienate conservatives still mad at the President from his botched attempt to nominate White House Counsel Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court.

“I don’t give a goddamn,” Bush retorted. “I’m the President and the Commander-in-Chief. Do it my way.”

“Mr. President,” one aide in the meeting said. “There is a valid case that the provisions in this law undermine the Constitution.”

“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”

I’ve talked to three people present for the meeting that day and they all confirm that the President of the United States called the Constitution “a goddamned piece of paper.”

And, to the Bush Administration, the Constitution of the United States is little more than toilet paper stained from all the shit that this group of power-mad despots have dumped on the freedoms that “goddamned piece of paper” used to guarantee.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, while still White House counsel, wrote that the “Constitution is an outdated document.”

Put aside, for a moment, political affiliation or personal beliefs. It doesn’t matter if you are a Democrat, Republican or Independent. It doesn’t matter if you support the invasion or Iraq or not. Despite our differences, the Constitution has stood for two centuries as the defining document of our government, the final source to determine – in the end – if something is legal or right.

Every federal official – including the President – who takes an oath of office swears to “uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States."

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says he cringes when someone calls the Constitution a “living document.”

“"Oh, how I hate the phrase we have—a 'living document,’” Scalia says. “We now have a Constitution that means whatever we want it to mean. The Constitution is not a living organism, for Pete's sake.”

As a judge, Scalia says, “I don't have to prove that the Constitution is perfect; I just have to prove that it's better than anything else.”

President Bush has proposed seven amendments to the Constitution over the last five years, including a controversial amendment to define marriage as a “union between a man and woman.” Members of Congress have proposed some 11,000 amendments over the last decade, ranging from repeal of the right to bear arms to a Constitutional ban on abortion.

Scalia says the danger of tinkering with the Constitution comes from a loss of rights.

“We can take away rights just as we can grant new ones,” Scalia warns. “Don't think that it's a one-way street.”

And don’t buy the White House hype that the USA Patriot Act is a necessary tool to fight terrorism. It is a dangerous law that infringes on the rights of every American citizen and, as one brave aide told President Bush, something that undermines the Constitution of the United States.

But why should Bush care? After all, the Constitution is just “a goddamned piece of paper.”

Solvo said...

tcob247 said...
how long will you follow?

Until a winner is decided by a jury of my peers, instead of government-bureaucratic back-door terrorism and bullying.

If Kurt cannot convince my peers, more than likely the end has OFFICIALLY dawned upon us. But while these antics are going on, the fight MUST go on.

geva--f85454 said...

A Future Post

Hey whistleblower, you got an interesting blog here! I'm definitely bookmarking you right now!

I have a Fantasy Knives site. It pretty much covers
hand crafted knife related stuff.

Come and check out hand crafted knife if you get time :-)

sd said...

Hey son of a prophet,

What are the sources for your last post?

Who is Doug Thompson?

Is it verifiable that the quotes from the president took place?

Unfortunately the President probably knows that the constitution has not had any teeth since 1933 when the War Powers act was passed.

Thanks in advance

First Mutual Crust said...

nowhomelessinseattle said...
However, it bothers me to see the words assigned to first mutual trust on them. I am praying real hard Kurt that these financing statement in which you used our home as an asset for has not enriched someone else while we have suffered the loss of our home.

There will be some VERY interesting information regarding the almighty First Mutual Trust of Switzerland 1918, AG to come out within the next two weeks, so stayed tuned!!

son of a prophet said...

SD-

here is the source of the article, per your request....


http://www.capitolhillblue.com/
artman/publish/article_7779.shtml

Elmer Fudd said...

geva--f85454 said...
A Future Post

Hey whistleblower, you have a pretty good blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

I have a fantasy knife Fantasy Knives. It pretty much covers
fantasy knife related stuff.

Come and check out fantasy knife if you get time, Nice going !

Lady go stick your knife where the sun don't shine...Opps Hey Clue you can show her how it's done...

itsmeson said...

If there was an award me smallest wiener, I think Kurt would win.

geva--f85454 said...

A Future Post

Hey whistleblower, you have a pretty good blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

I have a Gentlemen's Folders Fantasy Knives. It pretty much covers
Gentlemen's Folders related stuff.

Come and check out Gentlemen's Folders if you get time, Nice going !

Clueless Fudd said...

itsmeson said...
If there was an award me smallest wiener, I think Kurt would win.

No way! Hands down (in his pants choking his chicken), Elmer Fudd has this category wrapped up like a tightly wrapped x-mas gift for a three year-old.

Clueless Fudd said...

Looky Looky at what I found!

http://bemortgageless.com/catalog/

Clueless Fudd said...

*Wanted*
People who want to get out of mortgage debt

Eliminate Your Mortgage
Now is the time for you to regain financial control over your mortgaged property.
Join the thousands of property owners who have already eliminated their mortgages by utilizing a unique process for residential, commercial or undeveloped property valued between $50,000.00 and $60,000,000.00 in the United States. It involves a non-confrontational mortgage elimination process with lenders that results in having your property being paid in full in just a matter of months.

What a fucking joke! You ought to be slaughtered like the fucking fat pig you are Bill Julian!!

tcob247 said...

More from Doug Thompson

"Some say Bush should be impeached. Sorry, I don’t agree. He’s not the first President to consider the Constitution an expendable document and he won’t be the last. Most Presidents have complained that the Constitution gets in their way.

When Teddy Roosevelt decided to send the Marines into North Africa, his Secretary of State cautioned him such an act would be unconstitutional.

Teddy snapped back: “Why destroy the beauty of the act with legalities?”

Presidents, by their nature, look for ways to skirt the law when that law gets in the way of their agendas. If we impeached every President who disregarded the Constitution when it didn’t suit his purposes we probably would have tried just about every President in the last 50 years."

tcob247 said...

disclaimer from that mortgage elimination site:

Acknowledgment / Disclaimer

BeMortgageless Finder’s Acknowledgement
I, Curtis Sweet and my site BeMortgageless.com, am not to refer to myself as an agent, counselor, representative, or other designated term that implies my authority to explain and/or generate sales from the mortgage settlement process. I am only to mention my knowledge of Program Agents as those who can assist me in a “mortgage settlement program.” I am to call myself “Referrer” only, as it relates to the mortgage settlement process. If I carry a title, such as “Independent Representative,” for other services that I provide within an organization, I will be very distinct in representing myself as “Referrer” as it relates to the process.

This acknowledgement is an effort to keep the information regarding the process in its purest form. Julian Professional Services supports the effort to limit the explanation of the process to the trained agents. Extending the explanation of the process to prospective clients beyond the training of the agents leads to greater degrees of misinformation. We want to be sure the clients are receiving an accurate depiction of the process and only allow the process to be explained in the above-mentioned fashion.


Please Contact Us At:
Phone: 712-276-2184 · Fax: 206-350-2121

So Kurt....
Bill Julian is a dear freind of yours?
Looks like he is a scam freind of yours

vertyu said...

it looks like a cheap website to me. don't worry. it looks like julian won't be getting too many bites with that one.

down but not out said...

I personally am "pulling the plug" on this blog.
I believe that what Kurt and Scott are attempting to do is valid, and they are, despite what others think, acting with honesty and integrity.
I lost much to this endeavor, and hope things will turn out for the best.
However, I can no longer hang on the information posted here as anything positive. The emotional rollercoaster is causing undue strife.
There are many things that trouble me regarding any settlements.
Why we have to wait for the website, when claim forms(if they exist)can't simply be e mailed to the clients?
Are those in control(not Kurt or Scott) acting in a manner that will benefit the clients?
Is the Swiss trust company a real entity?
At this point I am not convinced that a settlement exists.
Before you pat yourselves on the back (TCOB, Elmer, utah, etc, etc)you convinced me of nothing.
I believe that the mortgage industry is corrupt and needs to be changed. But can institutionalized thievery be brought down? I don't know.
I appologize to those I may have offended with past posts. (TCOB,ELmer, Utah)
One way or another there will be a resolution to all this. What that will be no one knows.

Good luck.

newyorklife said...

dbno,

Check back in two weeks. FM was given a two week deadline to produce a resolution to a BIG problem by someone with FIRST HAND knowledge of things on and if they do not fulfill the request by the deadline, there will be some juicy info released!

tcob247 said...

dbno
No offense taken
But thank you anyway
Hope all works out for you

Curiousone said...

HELP! I just sold my home and it closes next week. I need to have a quit claim done directly from Scott and Kurt. Title wants to send a notary directly to them to have this done.

PLEASE could someone tell me the address for each of them? When the best time to send the notary? I need this ASAP in order for my home to be sold on time! Thank you!!!!

Elmer Fudd said...

Dbno you see i do agree with you that the mortgage system is corrupt, and maybe kurt's intentions were on the up and up maybe. But my point is to make a promise and say free and clear and not deliver on that promise is what bothered me. But like New York says wait another week or two and then if nothing happens write it off as a learning experience. Good Luck bro. Hope everything works out for ya.

getmeoffthisride said...

I, too, must agree with DBNO. I will check back in two weeks but I'm not expecting anything.
We began this endeavor with two things in mind - that we were being cheated by our mortgage company and that there would be reform in the mortgage industry and we also looked forward to finally being debt free and live the American dream.
This Christmas, the $3k we spend on hope for our children is somewhere in limbo. The restitution is nowhere to be found. I have no decent beds for my kids, I must take meds but can't afford them even with insurance. I will eventually die without these medications or have a much lesser quality of life. That has already begun. The co-pays are too much. I don't know how we're going to make this month's house and car payments. I need medical attention and need to have my adrenal glands removed. It's looking like we're not even going to have Christmas this year for the children. I'm deeply saddened by all this. We are working on getting the house ready for sale.
This has been one roller coaster ride for us. We're not sure what's going to happen. There shouldn't be any reason that we can't fill out our forms for claims w/o a website. It's not necessary. I've been sent claim forms from insurance companies on class action suits a few times. All I did was fill out the applications and the money was sent.
I believe that there needs to be reform but I can't hang on any longer. We have waited time after time for restitution.
Now, it's said that we should look for more news in 2 weeks and FM will have to come up with a resolution to this matter. What will that do for us? I've been waiting for news for a year now. Will it release Kurt to his family? Will it provide us with a solution to our mortgages? I have never had a straight answer to any questions either.
All I want to know, and the truth be told here, are we getting restitution? Plain and simple, no blaming on websites and people, yes or no? And are we reforming the way mortgages are done in the future with this FM news?
Who is the person who knows this information first hand?
Please provide some comfort here because this Christmas, so far, I have no comfort, especially for my children.

whataboutjere said...

nowhomelessinseattle, your post is indeed the most astute post this blog has seen ever. My heart goes out to you, DBNO, getmeoffthisride, and the countless others who have suffered. I personally know nowhomelessinseattle as she has three kids who will not be in there home for Christmas and it is very sad that these monies could have saved her home along with others.

Who is FM and what relevance do they have to do with the payouts?

yeahrightwhateverz said...

So, whats your answer to all of the facts presented here Captain Kurt?

Oh well, not my problem?

Tough shit, you should have known what you got yourself into?

I am fuckin screwed so there is no way anyone else is going to benefit?

You didnt really think I meant anything I said did you?

This web site shit is a big ass fuckin excuse, stall tactic, thats it period. You are right getmeoffthisride, this has been one big roller coaster ride. One BIG BULLSHIT lie after another.