Attorney General Pam Bondi Announces Public Outreach Webpage… Unless You are Facing Foreclosure

Attorney General Pam Bondi Announces Public Outreach Webpage

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Attorney General Pam Bondi believes that meeting with the Floridians she serves is a key responsibility of being Florida’s Attorney General. By communicating with residents throughout the state, she is able to remain informed and effectively advocate on behalf of Floridians. Attorney General Bondi today announced a new “Public Outreach” webpage intended to provide residents with a convenient way to contact her and invite her to meet with their organizations.

“I have always been a strong believer in communicating directly with the Floridians I serve, and I am pleased to provide one more tool that makes connecting with residents even easier,” stated Attorney General Pam Bondi.

The webpage also includes comprehensive information about past speaking engagements and meetings. To access the new webpage, click here or visit the Attorney General/Public Outreach.



5 Responses to “Attorney General Pam Bondi Announces Public Outreach Webpage… Unless You are Facing Foreclosure”

    no, “bonzi” scheme she’s full of shit she’s there for us they sent the fraud to occ from there federal trade

    commissioner then guess where it ends up

    round & round it goes where it stops nobody knows back to bonzi !!!

    so sad bongo the ape would do better

  2. Jason Werner says:

    She is a world-class puppet whore of the banks, and she’ll probably admit that if asked.

  3. dRp says:

    Thanx Pam, you were finally useful for something. On the page it quotes:

    “Whoever knowingly makes a false statement in writing with the intent to mislead a public servant in the performance of his official duty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 837.06, Florida Statutes.”

    That sure sounds applicable when a bank makes statements to the County Property Tax Collector that they are the Mortgagee, when they clearly are not. EVERY tax collector is breaking the law by allowing ‘bulk processing’ of Property taxes through ECF. Question is…is that writing? Is an email – writing? Is this post – writing???

    Makes you wonder doesn’t it>!

    • Bobbi Swann says:

      @ DRP – Yes, to answer your question – emails are now and can be used as evidence in court. This so called new site of hers…..not one way to file a complaint against a bank….it’s the same shit that is on the state website. She is so full of herself…and I love the way the site has described ponzi scheme and I quote:
      “What is a Ponzi scheme?
      A Ponzi scheme is a scheme in which investors are usually promised an unrealistic rate of return in exchange for an investment. It is also usually represented that the funds will be invested in such a manner that no one else knows about or has the same competence as the principals in the scheme. The funds are not invested as represented and initial investors are paid interest and principal from new investors and not from investment activity. The scheme collapses when new investments no longer can sustain the interest and principal payments. At that point there is little left for investors to recover. If the scheme can be detected before its collapse, more funds can be preserved for defrauded investors. The fact that investors receive interest and principal payments does not mean that there is not a Ponzi scheme; it means only that those investors were paid by funds collected from subsequent investors rather than investment proceeds. Ponzi schemes can continue for many years undetected before collapse as long as new investors can be recruited. ”

      If Floridians keep this woman in office when she’s up for re-election then all is lost for this state!

      • triumphant says:

        Bobbi – The state website has confused me now because, though they call it “Ponzi scheme,” I thought that was the definition of “mortgage securitization” as practiced by Wall Street and the GSE’s.

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