Archive for 'fraud'
A follow-up to yesterday’s article… Bank of America has now admitted that it too rushed through the foreclosure process on thousands of homes – without reading the documents. Here’s the eye-opening story on Yahoo News. Those states affected by these actions are: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Nebraska, New [...]
It appears that they might not have… News from the New York Times today reveals that both JP Morgan Chase and GMAC are guilty of filing paperwork for foreclosures that may be fraudulent. Thus, their foreclosures in 23 states have been put on hold until all the paperwork can be examined. Why did this happen? [...]
It’s simple, really – you should have thought of it yourself. All they have to do is choose a long-tail keyword that is somehow related to your site, and optimize for it. A quick keyword search, even with free keyword search tools, will show you long tail keywords that no one else is optimizing for. [...]
There are always a few – but today was like being on Pend Oreille Lake the first morning of the Fall Fishing Derby! But instead of boat-to-boat it was email-to-email. Generally I just delete each of them without looking, but tonight I scrolled down and scanned one of those messages. Those identity thieves are really [...]
Yesterday I got a most interesting direct mail piece. It was a scheme to get me to send money to someone who would teach me how to go out and find merchandise that stores need to liquidate for some reason or another. I didn’t count, but it was about 6 or 8 pages long, showed [...]