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Precision Law Center Mass Joinder Retainer Agreement Revealed

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A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in a copy of the Precision Law Center mass joinder litigation engagement package they received. As you will see the pitch is that for a “retainer” of $5,500, Precision Law Center is selling the consumer into a mass joinder lawsuit which marketers have made all sorts of claims can eliminate or significantly ... Read More »

    Form H-118 is the New Mass Joinder Marketing Form. Watch Out.

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    A reader sent in the latest version of the mass joinder mailer. I guess the folks mailing it got sick of people being able to easily find information on the old 1012-R mailer that was being sent. The H-118 mailer is the same format but just with a new name. As you can see below the form states a voided ... Read More »

      New Mass Joinder Mailer Being Sent Out. Form 52PLL-T

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      If you have received a solicitation by a law firm with a mailer that is labeled Form 52PLL-T, myself and the California Bar Association would like to know more about this form. You can submit your copy of this deceptive mailer using the form below. Example 1 – Florida Sender: Precision Law Center 6 Hutton Center Drive Suite 600 South ... Read More »

        Why Doesn’t the 1012-R Mass Joinder Mailer Say Who the Attorney Is?

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        Consumers are still sending in current mailers they are getting asking them to join in a mass joinder litigation lawsuit. Take a look at the mailer I just received from one tipster (send in your tips here). Not only does the front not revel who the law firm or attorney is that is behind the litigation mailers but the inside ... Read More »

          Consolidated Litigation Support Group, Just Another Player in the Mass Joinder Mess

          A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me in the documents they received after contacting a sales representative from a mailer they received. For those not familiar with Consolidated Litigation Support Group, they appeared to surface after attorney Phillip Kramer did not renew his agreement with Mass Litigation Alliance. As of March 31, 2011, contracts between Mass Litigation Alliance ... Read More »

            Washington Attorney General Warns Consumers to Avoid Mass Joinder Suits

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            The Washington Attorney General’s Office cautions homeowners about paying to participate in a “mass joinder” lawsuit promising mortgage relief. The lawyers and marketers pushing these suits charge upfront fees and frequently promise results. In reality, litigation is time-consuming and even a qualified attorney can’t guarantee the outcome of a case. Moreover, representatives of a legitimate class-action suit would not ask ... Read More »

              Loan Litigation Mass Joinder Program Sales Scripts Revealed

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              A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me the live answer and answering machine sales scripts that were suggested for people to use when selling mortgage modification, loan litigation, mass joinder products to consumers. – Source Below you will find some of the scripts that were recommended to be used to sell consumers on mass joinder cases. Some of ... Read More »

                Vito Torchia Jr. of Brookstone Law is My Hero Today for Laying Out the Mass Joinder History

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                I’ve written before about Brookstone Law and it’s managing lawyer, Vito Torchia, Jr. Click here for past articles. Some of those article have touch off firestorms and threats to sue me and this site. But I do always try to be fair and today I am declaring Vito Torchia, Jr. day on the GetOutOfDebt.org site. Why would I do that? ... Read More »

                  Mass Joinder Soap Opera. New Episode, Affiliate Sues Attorney Davis and Kramer.

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                  For those of us watching the train wreck of mass joinder efforts it seems every day brings a new episode of how not to run a debt relief business. In this case the mass joinder niche is where attorneys are selling access to lawsuits against banks for improprieties in mortgages. Access is sold through affiliates and marketing agents who have ... Read More »

                    Quantum Law Firm Selling Mass Litigation Alliance Mass Joinder Lawsuit Participation. Looks Like a Blank Check.

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                    A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in a recent cover letter from Quantum Law Firm that included the Mass Litigation Alliance engagement pack. The cover letter states all the consumer needs to do is have a representative come out to pick up the completed package. I frequently hear from people they are sold participation in these mass joinder ... Read More »

                      Is Paying $4 Grand to Join a Mass Joinder Suit with Kramer & Kramer a Legitimate Way to Save My Home From Foreclosure? – Syd

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                      “Dear Steve, I’m 8 months behind on property mortgage (Chase), due to unemployment and escrow account being added to payment (68% increase). 2 loan modification requests rejected; in process on third. Foreclosure sale date set; have not received NOD or NOS. Is paying $4000 to Kramer & Kramer to join Mass Joinder suit against Chase a legitimate, last resort scenario ... Read More »

                        California Bar Journal Issues Warning on Mass Joinder Mortgage Litigation

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                        Nancy McCarthy of the California Bar Journal published an article warning consumers about the sudden wave of mass joinder marketing and the 1012-R mailers that are being sent out. When Los Angeles lawyer Luis Rodriguez responded to a summons-like mailer [Form 1012-R] soliciting him to join other homeowners in a lawsuit against the Bank of America, he was told he ... Read More »

                          Mass Joinder Case Infighting Worse Than High School. Co-Counsel Mitchell Stein Gets the Boot.

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                          It what has become a train wreck of a battle between lawyers pressing forward mass joinder cases against banks for underlying mortgage issues, one of the co-counsels on Ronald v. Bank of America just got publicly dumped. On March 29, 2011 SML LLP and Apex Legal Group (“Moving Parties”) filed a motion to remove Mitchell J. Stein from the case. ... Read More »

                            Mass Joinder Mortgage Litigation Form 1012-R Hitting Nevada

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                            A tipster (send in your tips here) just sent in the following form. Looks like the Form 1012-R mailers are now arriving in Nevada. If you receive any marketing material on a mass joinder matter or a retainer for participating in a mass joinder case, please upload a copy of the document here. Regulators and enforcement officials want to see ... Read More »

                              District Attorney Advises Consumers to Avoid Mass Joinder Mailers

                              Apparently a local district attorney’s office in Colorado is warning consumers to avoid the mass joinder mailers I’ve been reporting on. The warning says: “Consumers in the Denver area are receiving official-looking forms that declare “You may be a plaintiff in a national mass joinder suit.” The mailing implies that fraud may have happened when you financed your home, and ... Read More »

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