Attention all staff and clients of 911Foreclosure, Bankrupts Housing, and Cash for Keys,
On June 17, 2012, our lead consulting paralegal was arrested and charged with breaking and entering into one of the properties with which we are associated. As expected, the Judge dismissed the charge. Fairfax County police officer Jefferson rearrested our representative and charged him with breaking and entering and grand larceny.
The Grand Jury indictment names J.P. Morgan Chase. We believe J.P. Morgan Chase illegally used the criminal court system after being defeated in the civil court system. As you are well aware, on June 28, 2012, Judge Azaratie ruled “dismissed with prejudice” J.P. Morgan Chase’s attempts to get possession of the property. The appeal period passed without the bank’s taking any action. “Dismissed with prejudice” combined with the failure to make a timely appeal means that the bank should never be able to obtain possession of the property. We believe that this is one of the clearest victories of our organization.
It is clear that the banks are now using the criminal courts to help achieve the results that they had not been able to achieve in the civil courts.
The only reason these businesses must close is because of officer Jefferson's decision to help J.P. Morgan Chase at the expense of homeowners in distress and his sole authority to take action that could result in serious jail time for our staff.
All questions should be addressed to BlackListNow.com Inc. at (703) 829-2555. Or email Operations@BlackListNow.com
Are you facing eviction or foreclosure of your property?
Have you come to terms with the fact that you will no longer be able to stay in your home, but you don’t want to lose everything?
BlackListNow.com may have a solution for you….
BlackListNow.com is, for legal reasons, considered to be a debt collection firm. They operate on behalf of homeowners to fight unfair, unethical and/or illegal foreclosure and seizure of people’s homes.
BlackListNow.com has an entire division working with homeowners facing foreclosure. The company can be found on the web at www.BlackListNow.com .
Several years ago, lenders and lobbyists teamed up and pushed through Congress some tough bankruptcy provisions designed to the BANK’S advantage. If you as a homeowner declare personal bankruptcy, you can not be evicted from your home during the active bankruptcy. However, the period of active bankruptcy is generally short, usually about three months.
The goal of BlackListNow.com is to delay the bank’s ability to take your home..
BlackListNow.com is expanding into other jurisdictions as well as taking applications from Fairfax County residents facing foreclosure.
So how does this work?
You give your keys to BlackListNow.com’s representative before the AUCTION OR SHORT SALE OCCURS. Then, BlackListNow.com rents the property to members of the public for a discount, using various methods so that the bank cannot take possession. Once the home is being rented, 50 percent of the proceeds go to BlackListNow.com, with the other 50 percent belonging to an entity you designate to receive the other half of the funds. (For instance, you could designate a relative to receive the funds).
EMAIL OPERATIONS@BLACKLISTNOW.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION...
Homeowner was facing foreclosure in October 2010, over two years ago. if the property is being rented half of this money would go to BlackListNow.com, but the other half would go to the company in Belize owned by nominee shareholders (and set up by the homeowner).
The 50/50 percentage applies here as well.
The fair market value of the home was $600,000. The bank sells the home to BlackListNow.com for $300,000. Investors purchase for $500,000.
BlackListNow.com gets $100,000 and the homeowner’s designated company in Belize gets the other $100,000.
The bank can do this because they get money for the home and can then use the $300,000. They can also claim tax losses and collect government subsidies.
The investors are willing to purchase the property because they are paying $100,000 less than the value of the property. The investors get clean title to the property and can sell it or continue to rent to a nice family such as the ones in example one above.
EMAIL OPERATIONS@BLACKLISTNOW.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION... or telephone (703) 829 2555
Please note BlackListNow.com for legal reasons is considered to be a debt collection firm operating
ON BEHALF OF HOME OWNERS
Fighting unfair unethical or perhaps illegal foreclosure// seizure of their home
All representatives of blacklistnow.com are consultants.