Foreclosure Defense Florida



Across the country, Americans and reporters have been anxiously waiting for the announcement that the investigation convened by Attorneys General from across the country would be concluded and they would finally start holding those companies responsible for the gross abuses and crimes that they have committed upon the American people.

This is a critical issue that reflects not just upon the industry itself, but upon our entire government.   Because after all, if our government lacks the will or the resources to punish crime and hold those who abuse consumer accountable, what kind of a country do we live in?

But thankfully, our Attorney General, and the attorneys general from all across this country have concluded their multi-state investigation and THEY ARE GOING TO HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE!

I’m talking of course about news release about the 50 State settlement with Movie Gallery….please read the press release here importantly, log on to Pam’s Facebook account, by clicking here and tell her just how proud and relieved you are that your Attorney General is standing up and fighting the good fight for the People of The State of Florida!

Thank You Attorney General Bondi!


  • Grady says:

    What a joke our elected officials are.

  • Attorney Wendy Alison Nora says:

    Oh, my goodness, Matt. Too bad this isn’t April Fools Day. Your sense of ironic humor is truly appreciated.

  • Grady says:

    I posted this on her FB page. Let’s see how long it stays there before being “scrubbed”.

    We are so proud that you are “taking it too” the movie rental industry. It is too bad that you won’t do the same thing to the banks that are stealing people’s homes with fraudulent documents and fraud on the Court. Why do you allow the banks get away with crimes that, if committed by the average citizen, would result in their ending up in jail?

    Mortgage fraud by the big banks

    All one has to do is to look at the current foreclosure crisis in America. There is documented evidence that banks such as J.P. Morgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and many, many more have committed perjury, manufactured fraudulent documents and filed them in public records as well as with the Courts, yet many Judges ignore this and the crimes they are committing. If the average citizen did this, they would end up in jail, yet the bank employees and the attorneys that represent the banks, are allowed to do this and get off scott free.

    Don’t doubt me on this as I have been involved in exposing this fraud and have worked with the Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Division in my state it trying to expose this fraud. I have examined the files and documents and I have many of them in my possession. In the foreclosure arena, the rule of law, due process, Constitutional rights, the rules of evidence, decades of property law, criminal statutes, etc. are all being ignored. The banks control the system and are allowed to prevail regardless of the fraud they are committing. Thousands and thousands of homeowners have lost their homes based on fraud perpetrated by the banks and enabled by our broken legal system.

    In addition, these same banks have defrauded state and local governments of billions of dollars in recording fees and documentary stamp fees. They have also defrauded investors in the secondary mortgage market, pension funds, etc. of billions of dollars. The Courts, our elected officials, state bar associations, ALL are turning a blind eye to this fraud. They big banks own them all.

    The rule of law is dead in America. It is simply used to advance political agendas and ideology, punish those that resist, enrich the masters of our fiat government, and further the interests of those that plan to enslave us.

    Anyone that claims differently is either ignorant, a sheep and useful idiot, a servant of the masters of our fiat government, a willing co-conspirator, or on the take.

    Both parties, depending on the issue, ignore the rule of law, the will of the people, and will throw we the people under the bus.

    If you want to see how confused things are, one just need look at the current foreclosure crisis in America. The Democrats have spoken out on the ongoing fraud and crimes committed by the banks. On the other hand, the Republicans, including many of the newly elected ones, are siding with the banks and designing consent degrees to let the banks off scott free, voiding the Rule of Law.

  • Chip Parker says:

    Wow! I wasn’t even aware that Movie Gallery was being investigated. I thought you were talking about another, more obscure investigation involving the 50 AGs. Something to do with foreclosures. . .

  • David Acosta says:

    Matt, this post is a bit cryptic.

    Movie Gallery???

    Is this something you have been following? It doesn’t relate at all to the mortgage crisis. Shed some light on this for us.

    This particular settlement is really quite weak. If this is representative of what we can expect from the AG of each state for the mortgage crisis settlement it will certainly have been a complete waste of time and money. So I cannot share your enthusiasm on this one.

    What am I missing here?

    • I was making a joke…how absurd all this settlement talk about a totally inconsequential issue and company when the real one, the banks is just sort of lost in space somewhere…I just found the press release and the announcement so absurd…you really gotta join her page on facebook page to see all her great posts and appearances…..

    • irony and absurdity….all this talk about Movie Gallery and noting about the banks…

  • Orwell21 says:

    Is this really a good settlement. The banks saved approximately 20 billion dollars by cutting corners and engaging in systematic fraud. They violated federal tax laws, New York trust law and countless due process rights in the activity they engaged in. There is approximately 12-14 trillion dollars worth of mortgages in this country and so for the banks to spread out amongst themevels 20 billion is a veritable drop in the bucket. It also does not address the fact that laws were broken and will continue to be broken since no one is going to jail despite the bold statements when this was launched. This is a cosmetic attempt at political grandstanding.

  • brian tracy says:

    You really had me going on this one …

  • Grady says:

    Well they scrubbed my comment from her FB page so I re-posted it.

  • John Anderson says:

    I believe they are stalling long enough to block most investors from suing due to the time frame involved.
    Meanwhile they are stealing the homes of the people who do not fight their foreclosure.

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