Brookstone Law Mass Tort Solicitation Mailer

A reader has sent in a mailer by Brookstone Law titled “Notice Regarding Mass Tort Litigation Lawsuits.”

The mailer claims that potential claims made against lenders by consumers participating are:

  • Fraudulent Mortgage Note Origination
  • Fraudulent Concealment and Misrepresentation at Time of Origination
  • Patriot Act Violations/Unlawful Funding of Note
  • Improper Securitization of Loan/Note
  • Improper Assignment of Mortgage/Deed of Trust/MERS
  • Breach of Contract Regarding Trial Modification Agreement

The mailer also states, “You may become a joined plaintiff in a significant lawsuit that will seek, among other things, to void your note(s), and/or to award you relief and monetary damages.”

While bearing a different format, the stated benefits appear to be similar to those made in many of the discredited Form 1012 mailers that others have sent out.

On a positive note at least the mailer does state it is an attorney advertisement and openly names the attorney, Vito Torchia, Jr. who is responsible for the mailer.

Sincerly,
Steve

You are not alone. I'm here to help. There is no need to suffer in silence. We can get through this. Tomorrow can be better than today. Don't give up.


Damon Day - Pro Debt Coach

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8 thoughts on “Brookstone Law Mass Tort Solicitation Mailer”

  1. Steve – This flyer is old news.  It has already been investigated and case closed at the California State Bar Association.  Brookstone actually turned it in themselves.  You and I have to be careful because “tipsters” try to exploit you and me to use our forum to retaliate against law firms.  I am confident that this did not come from a sincere source – but that is just my opinion.  You might want to call the State Bar or Brookstone Law for comment.  

    Your friend always,

    My name is John Wright AND I AM FIGHTING BACK!

    John Wright 
    Piggybankblog.com 

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      • Yah I hear ya Steve.  I guess I would have probably posted it too.  I am just aware that the Legaspi vs. Spivak case was dismissed today – which means that it can be anyone sending that – if you know what I mean ……

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        • I know.

          We are damned if we do and damned if we don’t.

          I looked at it and thought if Brookstone was sending it out they know to clear it. If I didn’t publish it then we’d be accused to burying it and engaged in some conspiracy.

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