Hurricane Irma Update from Port Charlotte, Florida!

BREAKING NEWS —

Just an update to let everyone know we are in a safe place down in Port Charlotte and are weathering the hurricane in place.

The worst of the storm will hit us at 7 pm EDT, when the eye wall approaches our area.

We anticipate losing power and potentially all communications with the outside world until after the storm passes and power is restored.

If we have cell service, my business line will be open at (512) 718-9604.

Anyone purchasing books or other materials from the Clouded Titles website … there will be a slight delay in getting your orders processed due to the storm.

We still have seats left in the upcoming Foreclosure Defense Workshop in Orlando, Florida.  It will still go on as planned despite this nasty bit of weather.

We do have a group room block on rooms at the La Quinta Inn & Suites-Airport North in Orlando, Florida.

Call (407) 240-5000 and tell them you are with the DK CONSULTANTS LLC group meeting on September 30-October 1, 2017.

Sadly, even with the hurricane and the widespread damage to the Sunshine State, the bastard banks will not let up.

If you’re in default (and maybe not even in default), the servicers may attempt to withhold insurance payments from you.

Report these to the Florida Attorney General’s office (if in fact it does any good) anyway.  You may have to file suit to recover any funds.

I will have an update as soon as conditions allow.  Stay safe if you are in the path of this storm.

Dave

 

 

 

 

 

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3 responses to “Hurricane Irma Update from Port Charlotte, Florida!

  1. Carey Gomes

    Thoughts are with…be safe.

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  2. prayers are with you…  gb

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  3. mortgage fraud

    Let me add this Dave…Never admit that you are in default. (got that from you)…If you have not already taken the entity (servicer) from your insurance policy you need to do it ASAP.

    IF you have not done this then you will need to have the Servicer to produce all the documents showing they have a right to collect. YOU want to see the certified copies of the Originals.

    john

    If you’re in default (and maybe not even in default), the servicers may attempt to withhold insurance payments from you.

    Report these to the Florida Attorney General’s office (if in fact it does any good) anyway.  You may have to file suit to recover any funds.

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