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Monique Bryher Quoted in VC Star Article about Foreclosures

One of the better investigative journalists I’ve encountered in the hundreds of articles I’ve written for the California Real Estate Fraud Report is Stephanie Hoops.

Hoops writes for the Ventura County Star. An attorney by education, she researches her topics both widely and deeply and is thorough by almost any standards.

On March 3, the VC Star published an article about foreclosures in which I was interviewed as to my opinion why homeowners have such difficulties dealing with the banks, especially the mega-lending institutions.

It’s my thesis – and one I emphasize in my ebook “How to Commit Short Sale Fraud . . . and Get Away with It” that inattention, disinterest, inefficiency and deliberately unfair and hostile policies by many large banks has created loopholes which some consumers have used to their advantage by committing various forms of real estate fraud.

Conversely, the majority of homeowners, who are honest and just simply trying to survive, become the victims of these banking practices. These same practices prevent real estate agents who sincerely want to help homeowners from being able to do so and thus far neither government nor law enforcement has stepped in to eliminate what I consider to be bad faith in conducting business with consumers.

Not only are the banks too big to fail, they are too big to regulate, which is why mortgage fraud, short sale fraud, REO fraud and other forms of real estate fraud run rampant.

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