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Loan Modifiction-Foreclosure Avoidance

AVID Law Center Puts New Wrinkle in Mass Joinder Compensation

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A tipster (send in your tips here) has just forwarded a copy of the AVID Law Center pre-litigation retainer agreement in which it introduces a new money making effort to charge consumers participating in the mass joinder efforts against lenders. in this case while the AVID Law Center mailers look like the other mass joinder mailers and the language give ... Read More »

    Deceptive Mailer – Housing & Economic Recovery Program (PL 110-289)

    PL 110-289 Front

    A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following mailer they received for the Housing & Economic Recovery Program (PL 110-289). You will notice the mailer looks like a government document and uses the HUD equal housing symbol. The front references P.L. 110-289 which is actually The Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2008 and something called the “Economic Stimulus ... Read More »

      Loan Modification Help Hotline – Debt Relief Television Commercial

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      Commercial Name: Loan Modification Help Hotline Record Date: Retro TV Network/Channel: 11-8-2010 Description: Commercial is for mortgage modification help. 1-800-943-1416. Claims to be able to cut your mortgage payment in half and reduce interest to 1%. Picture of people at end makes it look as if it is a law firm but the small print says “Loan Modification Help Hotline ... Read More »

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