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Infographic | The Higher Education Bubble In America

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The subprime wolf of wall street: trained by veteran of jordan belfort, world business lenders is pitching loans with annual interest rates as high as 125 percent

Doug Naidus made his fortune selling a mortgage company to Deutsche Bank AG months before the U.S. housing market collapsed. Now he’s found a way to profit from loans to business owners with bad credit. From an office near New

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BOMBSHELL- The Secret Lawsuit Has Finally Been Revealed- Your Mortgage Documents Are Fake (And Your Foreclosure Is a Fraud!)

The enormity of the crimes that have been committed against defendants in foreclosure cases is easy for much of society to ignore.  Those who are defendants in foreclosure cases are, after all, those who deserve to suffer the consequences of

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Fargo foreclosure manual on trial

Wells Fargo just lost the battle to keep its controversial Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Foreclosure Attorney Procedure Manual out of federal court.Photo: Getty Images America’s largest mortgage servicer just lost the battle to keep its controversial Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

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U.S. Regulators Examining Departures at Mortgage Registry

As the rest of the housing industry recovers, a little-known firm with a key role in U.S. mortgage finance remains stuck in limbo, wrestling with regulators, lawsuits and the departures of senior employees. The turbulence feeds uncertainty about the fate

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They Keep Stealing – Why Keep Paying?

The dire straits of the middle class of America has made it near impossible for our politicians to keep up the pretense that our current government truly works for the “people.” Between the multiple overt and secretive bailouts, the massive bonuses and the

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True Scale of Dollar Ponzi Scheme Becoming Apparent-Rob Kirby

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial expert Rob Kirby says global central bank fraud is propping up the economy.  Kirby contends, “The amount of fiat money that has to be created on a go forward basis rises exponentially over time.  So much, much

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Summary of our latest trial win and reminder of a great lesson learned in one of my first jury trials

By  Evan M. Rosen One of the more bizarre trials I’ve had in recent memory. Right out of the gate, things were going horribly.  At a hearing the morning of the trial, the Judge denied my motion to strike the witness

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New Jersey Breaks Foreclosure Logjam, Yields Flood of Dismissals

New Jersey is among 20 states that require courts to approve all foreclosures, while another four sometimes do. The other 26 states and the District of Columbia usually or always allow lenders to act on their own. But it wasn’t

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This “Too Big to Fail” Bank Is Going Down

Last week I told you about “The Coming Curse of Zombie Foreclosures.” I described how folks – who thought they were foreclosed on – are suddenly finding out they are actually still on the hook for mortgage payments, taxes, and

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