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Controversial host and world renown financial expert, attorney and blogger Neil Garfield provides a wake up call to people everywhere about the foreclosure crisis and related bank scams.

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See Bill Paatalo's Blog post of August 21 re how the Lehman Brothers BK of 2014 served as conduit for enabling Bill himself to do a deep-dive analysis of a database of almost 100,000 loans spread over approximately 250 securitized... more

Just like 2008, people are not making payments for rent or mortgage in record numbers and most of them are not covered in any formal agreement with anyone, much less anyone authorized to offer forbearance or modification or settlement.... more

Bill Paatalo will post on his Blog today details on what he and host Charles Marshall will cover on the Neil Garfield Show today: First, a revisit to the LSF9 Master Participation Trust, with the use of a Pennsylvania case to highlight how... more

The simple fact that lies at the root of most foreclosures is that the underlying obligation was never purchased or sold, and in most cases not even from the homeowner. The fact that the homeowner recieved money is not conclusive that... more

Bill Paatalo will discuss on the Show today how he was able to thoroughly expose the lack of authority by foreclosing parties, including Wells Fargo and HSBC, in 5 consolidated cases in Missouri. Missouri is generally a non-judicial... more

On the Neil Garfield Show today host Charles Marshall will break down the latest trends and developments in the Covid-19 landscape, addressing the following legal areas in order to apprise borrowers what they can do to slow or possibly... more

Reverse mortgages are akin to the Centuries Old principle of a Life Estate or an annuity. A life estate is where typically relatives who live together would pass title to a home, during the life of often an elderly person who owned the home in... more

My opinion, backed by 14 years of research and securities analysis which I am qualified to perform, is that you probably have what I call an orphan debt. Based upon filings with the SEC and other documents I have reviewed I am... more

Bill Paatalo in a recent Blog Post (May 14), laid out the position that the FDIC's own promulgated Rules and Regulations demonstrate that the WAMU to Chase purported transfers of securitized trust mortgage loans never legally properly... more

I have been right on every point since 2006. I correctly predicted the collapse and even the order of collapse of certain investment banks, the foreclosure tidal wave of 2008-11, the ways to beat foreclosures, I won foreclosure cases both as... more