Who Holds the Title? An Interview with David Dayen 2018

Who Holds the Title? An Interview with David Dayen By: Austin C. Yenne During the 2007 – 2008 financial crisis, Florida was one of the top states hit with foreclosures. Unfortunately, what wasn’t given enough attention were the many residents that were being foreclosed on illegally. David Dayen came across three ordinary citizens in Lake … Read more

New Sister Site: Leasing Lifestyle – American Dream to American Nightmare

New Sister Site: Leasing Lifestyle – American Dream to American Nightmare – LeasingLifestyle.org – American Dream to American Nightmare We are happy to announce the launch of our new website, Leasing Lifestyle,  American Dream to American Nightmare, a sister site of 4closureFraud.org. Leasing Lifestyle will be focusing on various issues relating to the Single Family … Read more

Whistle-blowing Guide: Blowing the Whistle is Tough

A guide detailing how to blow the whistle on a company or organization. Part 1 looks at how and why you should become a whistleblower, and what steps you should take first. ** This is part one of ExpressVPN’s whistleblowing guide. ** Part 2: Whistleblowing guide: How to stay anonymous when blowing the whistle Part … Read more

THIRD FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN v KOULOUVARIS: Non-Negotiable HELOC is Not a Self-Authenticating Instrument

“Third Federal advances a variety of alleged trial court errors. We are not persuaded and, accordingly, affirm” ~ THIRD FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN v KOULOUVARIS: Nonnegotiable HELOC is Not a Self-Authenticating Instrument Third Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland appeals the trial court’s order involuntarily dismissing its foreclosure case. We have jurisdiction. See Fla. … Read more

Why Big Banks LOVE Paying Fines to the U.S. Government

“Deutsche Bank said they were happy to settle with the Federal Reserve. Why is Deutsche Bank happy to settle? Because their assets are pushing $2 trillion according to Forbes. The bank brings in tens of billions of dollars each year. Under the circumstances, $156 million is a small price to pay to get the Fed … Read more

Eviction Cases Piling Up High Amid Housing Crisis

Eviction Cases Piling Up High Amid Colorado’s Housing Crisis DENVER — The Denver metro area’s ever-growing cost of living, stagnant wages and lack of affordable housing is filling up the dockets at eviction courts across the region and state. Colorado Center on Law and Policy, which advocates for tenant rights, says the Denver metro area … Read more