White-collar crime is not prosecuted with any adequacy in this country. Racketeers, money launderers, high-class thieves are allowed to defraud the country; the state, local government, individuals, corporations, everyone is fair game. If caught, at most there is a fine, generally a slap on the wrist. Don’t get caught next time is what that fine says.
I am being sued for defamation by a white-collar criminal who has destroyed my property in collaboration with state and local government agencies and an insurance company. Prior to this shakedown, I was being ripped off by a bank in Texas!
To whom does one report white-collar crime? How many people have to know of the occurrence before taking action to end it?
Corporate totalitarianism is making me very ill.
Looky here, folks. The final tote board. Not one indication of the $48K taken from me, no indication of the foreclosure that propelled me into bankruptcy, except that Beal Bank is clearly listed as a creditor. My, my.
That $1680 – $68.40 are the only fees recorded by the Court. Tortfeasor Brad Weil filed for >$9000 in attorney’s fees. I objected, citing his failure to represent me, his failure to account for my insurance monies, his failure to perform due diligence, his negligence & malfeasance. The Court agreed with me as his fees have been removed from the final accounting.
I have been robbed under the cover of the law.
Now, I have been shown to be a liar by Beal Bank for the last time. The cretinous bank claims it did not file foreclosure against my property. Funny, but my bankruptcy documents clearly show Beal Bank as the party ruining my life.
Beal Bank’s General Counsel Grant Hamilton stated he did not want to know what MGC was getting up to. Perhaps he is only too well aware of what they do, but refused to hear it come from me because he might have to claim accountability.
Ah, me. What to do? No one is responsible for stealing my money?
on 19 July 2004, Beal Bank claims to have been the holder of the Deed of Trust on my property. This would mean that they owned this Deed before my mother’s death. Why, then, did I continue to pay Aames Home Loan until two years after her death, then paid RCS for two years, then paid MGC until the tax assessor’s office informed me of my need to file probate in order to gain clear title to the property?
Notification to Creditors
All of mom’s creditor’s were notified of her death and sent original death certfcates no later than February 2006. Aames Home Loan was notified by phone and in writing, yet the claim is that they had no knowledge that my mother was dead until probate was filed in 2012.
Beal Bank = MGC and likely RCS and Aames Home Loan
I wonder if I can demonstrate that since MGC and Beal Bank are the same entity, bank regulators could to tell me why I paid Aames, RCS, and MGC/Beal Bank, and am still paying them, if they have held the Trust Deed since 2004. Does this set of conditions merit any investigation by those who claim to represent consumers and homeowners?