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THE NEW FDCPA BOOK IS HOT OFF THE PRESS!

BREAKING NEWS — UPDATE

The author of this post has just gotten word that his new book, FDCPA, Debt Collection and Foreclosures has just come off the presses and is ready for shipment!

UPDATE: THERE IS NO LONGER A “BACKORDERED” NOTICE APPEARING ON THE WEBSITE! THE WEB ADMINISTRATOR HAS CORRECTED THAT ERROR.  WE STILL HAVE PLENTY OF COPIES OF THE FIRST RUN AVAILABLE!  

If you’ve been waiting to see whether I was seriously going to release this book before ordering a copy, you can still get yours now and it will be shipped to you, USPS Priority Mail in a bubble envelope within 24 hours of your order on the Clouded Titles website (we use encrypted secure servers and we do not store credit card information).

 

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USE OF MATERIALS AND LINKS FOUND ON THIS BLOG SITE …

NOTICE:

From time to time, you may see folks posting on this blog site in response to another person’s comments or on specific comments made within the posts themselves.

Many of you are conducting your own research, which is admirable, because it illustrates the fact you are (as a consumer and user of credit) becoming more empowered.

I applaud you for such, but there are two (2) caveats I must assert here, for your understanding and protection:

  1. The use of the links attached to any post or comments to the posts are solely borne by you and not the poster of this blog site; and
  2. The use of the information shared on this post should never be considered as legal advice, nor should it ever be construed as the rendering of a legal outcome nor (identifying per se) a conclusion of law.

As an added caveat to the readers of this blog:

Always be careful WHAT you share.  Keep in mind that MERS, its parent MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. and the banking cartels have Information Technology (“I-T”) Departments that have been assigned to monitor this blog and I can tell you with a certainty that they are also monitoring WHO is identifiably posting notes about their case online.  Once entered, these comments can be retrieved, researched and used against you in court.  Additionally, always be careful of other items you post on social media (like Facebook and LinkedIn) because the same I-T Departments are utilizing these sites to glean more information about you and your attempted litigation and any discussion related to it.  MERS and the banks’ attorneys will stop at nothing to use this information to their advantage.

Aside from that, thank you for your valiant efforts in “fighting the good fight”.

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