Stall Your Foreclosure........Guaranteed!!!

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Tutas Towne Realty, Inc and Garden Views Realty, LLC BK607690

Stop foreclosure scams today

Hi folks. Last night I was cruising around Craigslist.com deciding whether or not to place some ads for my short sale services. It's getting a little sleazy over there. Ads for short sale services, loan mods and foreclosures assistance are every where.

Some were pretty good and some were.....well.........just check out this one:

  • Do You Need To Hold Off Your Foreclosure?
  • Do You Need Time to Arange a Short Sale?
  • Do You Just Want to Stay in Your Home For Up to 15 Months?
  • For $200/month we Offer a Money Back Gaurantee if we Can't Stall Your Foreclosure.

I copied this advertisment directly from Craigslist. THIS IS NOT MY AD!!!

So I guess you can now pay people to do nothing more than help you beat the system. How crappy is that?

What say you?

***If you are facing foreclosure then please contact me. They are legal ways to avoid forelcosure.

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Bryant Tutas
Broker/Owner
Tutas Towne Realty, Inc
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
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Comments (143)

Jack O'Neal
HomeSmart Elite Group - Gilbert, AZ

More people in the world make money on other people's misery. I recently had an interior BPO; two weeks from foreclosure, listing Realtor could not get me into the property. Seller had contracted with a company paid them $2000 to stop the foreclosure, go to Vegas at least you could get a great buffet, for that price, I think they will lose their home. Very sad

Aug 03, 2009 05:05 AM
Shelly Whitworth
MorSystems.com - Carmel, CA

There's always someone there to feed on those in need. I'm sure they do nothing to help as well. Just collect money from those who need it most. All we can do is educate and try and save some from a disaster like signing up with one of those "companies"

Aug 03, 2009 05:12 AM
Lyn Sims
RE/MAX Suburban - Schaumburg, IL
Schaumburg Real Estate

BB,there have always been people out there that will help you screw the bank and get you free digs for 12 months at least.  Rent or mortgage for only $200 seems like a dream with these guys.  There is always someone willing the "press" the issue to the max.  Craigslist really brings out the best of the 'rock crawlers'.

Aug 03, 2009 05:40 AM
Anonymous
Kathy Gentner

Hi Bob and group,

There are many ads on Craigs list to feed those that have a need.Not all the ads are very helpful.  Unfortunately, as a short sale investor, Realtor, Licensed agent, and negotiator, I face the same up hill strugggle today in this industry as has been in past markets. 

It is not usual for sellers and buyers to be " coerced " by scandle. 

We all need to stay accurate, current and knowledgeable in our field.  I encourage all agents to only allow the very skilled agents handle the load of Shorts and foreclosures today.  NO homeowner needs to be practiced on by anyone. 

Kathy

Aug 03, 2009 05:43 AM
#127
Anonymous
Kathy Gentner

Hi Bob and group,

There are many ads on Craigs list to feed those that have a need.Not all the ads are very helpful.  Unfortunately, as a short sale investor, Realtor, Licensed agent, and negotiator, I face the same up hill strugggle today in this industry as has been in past markets. 

It is not usual for sellers and buyers to be " coerced " by scandle. 

We all need to stay accurate, current and knowledgeable in our field.  I encourage all agents to only allow the very skilled agents handle the load of Shorts and foreclosures today.  NO homeowner needs to be practiced on by anyone. 

Kathy

Aug 03, 2009 05:43 AM
#128
Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089
Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers - Haiku, HI
Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info

where there's the scent of blood, there will be sharks

Aug 03, 2009 09:05 AM
Bryant Tutas
Tutas Towne Realty, Inc and Garden Views Realty, LLC - Winter Garden, FL
Selling Florida one home at a time

Interesting batch of comments.

So what some of you are saying is that getting paid to "stall a foreclosure" is OK?

Or maybe I'm reading this statement wrong "Do You Just Want to Stay in Your Home For Up to 15 Months?"

Neither one of these statements imply finding a solution for the looming foreclosure. They DO imply stalling the foreclosure so the home owner can just stay in the house.

Why not offer to assist with a loan mod or a short sale? Why not offer a solution to their problem instead of just offering a stalling tactic?

By the way I'm not complaining and certainly I'm not mentioning spelling and grammar errors. I'm simply bringing out an ad I found and asking for opinions. My opinion is that it's crappy....the ad and the offer.

And I do appreciate your opinons so thanks for leaving them.

Aug 03, 2009 09:08 AM
"The Lovely Wife" (Broker Bryantnulls Wife) The One And Only TLW.
President-Tutas Towne Realty, Inc. - Kissimmee, FL

Dude...

Do you know that when you get 130 comments I get a 129 emails? :)

TLW...ROAR!

Aug 03, 2009 11:35 AM
Mike Henderson
Your complete source for buying HUD homes - Littleton, CO
HUD Home Hub - 303-949-5848

Some of the stuff on craigslist is just freaking crazy.

Aug 03, 2009 05:32 PM
Jim Frimmer
HomeSmart Realty West - San Diego, CA
Realtor & CDPE, Mission Valley specialist

There will always be people out there who try to beat the system, just like here at ActiveRain. That's why it's important to know the rules, something we don't know about ActiveRain. Unfortunately, that's also why we have so many rules. It just takes one person out of six billion people on Earth to mess everything up, resulting in a new rule just for him or her. We're even to the point where we are now naming the rules after the people who caused them to be implemented.

Aug 04, 2009 08:26 AM
Louis Esbin
Law Offices of Louis J. Esbin - Santa Clarita, CA

California, for one, has statutes that are intended to protect consumers against "Foreclosure Consultants," but the DRE is slow to enforce the statute, as is the DA or the State Bar when lawyers are fronting for people offering to do anything if paid.  Those of us who are professionals should not hesitate to preserve each of our professions through greater education for the public and vigilance to eliminate dishonesty by others.  ActiveRain is a great tool and resource.

Aug 05, 2009 02:23 AM
Alexander- Slocum
Premiere Property Group, LLC - Vancouver Washington - Vancouver, WA
Realty Team- Vancouver WA Real Estate

BB - In my opinion it is crappy BUT, some people seem to like and gravitate towards that kind of hype and "beating the system" mentality.  John

Aug 05, 2009 03:13 AM
Brad Calef
Coco Plum Realtors - Key Colony Beach, FL

Craigs list has been a portal for this kind of non-sense for a while now.  Exposing this garbage and keeping it "in focus" will save a few deserving folks.  Keep up the good work!

Aug 06, 2009 11:04 AM
Anonymous
Don McCoy

I appreciate the open mindedness of some of the comments. Most of the knee jerk reactions to this Craigs list ad only make me belive that most are putting a comment in to get their 25 points.

How is it that so many of you assume the ad is a scam? Perhaps the foreclosure market and people finding help are way ahead of you. Not everything is a scam because it has a fee attached.

The fact is that there are many ways to stop a foreclosure or slow it down. Do some research on "produce the note" on you tube and look for the CNN spot of the Congresswoman in Ohio encouraging her constituents to get sufficient help during the default/foreclosure process and make the banks produce the note.

I know for myself what I have had to do to stop the bank from just "taking" my home...ignoring short sale offers, stringing out my effort for a loan modification and denying me due process, not having the original note and other technical violations on my loan.

Learn more about this and you will be in a position to help people find some recourse in dealing with this financial blood bath and land grab by the banks.

Don McCoy

Exit Realty Group

Southern Oregon

Don McCoy
Aug 06, 2009 12:46 PM
#137
Sandra Matson
Baird & Warner, Chicago - Chicago, IL

I did not read through all of these comments (stopped at about 50) so if this is a duplicate question, I apologize.  Just wondering if these bottom feeders are even realtors.  Don't have to be licensed to run these ads and when people are desperate they often do not pay much attention and just grab what they think is a quick fix.

Aug 10, 2009 05:55 AM
Marty Erlandson
Erlandson Realty - La Crosse, WI

Some people will do anything to make a buck!  The moral degradation of our society has no limits.

Aug 10, 2009 07:15 AM
Bryan Fagan
Law Office of Bryan Fagan - Houston, TX

This world is made up of all types.

Sep 07, 2009 04:53 AM
Anonymous
Don McCoy

Foreclosure/Short Sale scams...Back in August of 2009 this was a hot topic. I had written a response (#137) to the people that took a position that these efforts to stall a foreclosure were "bottom feeders" and comments about the worst of the worst types confusing people out there that truly needed help. 

I would like to get your take on this subject now. With the troubling bank fraud issues we are literally surrounded by with the scams that have been perpetrated upon the home owners and borrowers we are in deep trouble. 

I had written...

I appreciate the open mindedness of some of the comments. Most of the knee jerk reactions to this Craig's List ad only make me believe that most are putting a comment in to get their 25 points.

How is it that so many of you assume the ad is a scam? Perhaps the foreclosure market and people finding help are way ahead of you. Not everything is a scam because it has a fee attached.

The fact is that there are many ways to stop a foreclosure or slow it down. Do some research on "produce the note" on you tube and look for the CNN spot of the Congresswoman in Ohio encouraging her constituents to get sufficient help during the default/foreclosure process and make the banks produce the note.

I know for myself what I have had to do to stop the bank from just "taking" my home...ignoring short sale offers, stringing out my effort for a loan modification and denying me due process, not having the original note and other technical violations on my loan.

Learn more about this and you will be in a position to help people find some recourse in dealing with this financial blood bath and land grab by the banks.

Don McCoy

Exit Realty Group

Southern Oregon

Mar 13, 2011 07:08 AM
#141
Anonymous
Don McCoy

Foreclosure/Short Sale scams...Back in August of 2009 this was a hot topic. I had written a response (#137) to the people that took a position that these efforts to stall a foreclosure were "bottom feeders" and comments about the worst of the worst types confusing people out there that truly needed help. 

I would like to get your take on this subject now. With the troubling bank fraud issues we are literally surrounded by with the scams that have been perpetrated upon the home owners and borrowers we are in deep trouble. 

I had written...

I appreciate the open mindedness of some of the comments. Most of the knee jerk reactions to this Craig's List ad only make me believe that most are putting a comment in to get their 25 points.

How is it that so many of you assume the ad is a scam? Perhaps the foreclosure market and people finding help are way ahead of you. Not everything is a scam because it has a fee attached.

The fact is that there are many ways to stop a foreclosure or slow it down. Do some research on "produce the note" on you tube and look for the CNN spot of the Congresswoman in Ohio encouraging her constituents to get sufficient help during the default/foreclosure process and make the banks produce the note.

I know for myself what I have had to do to stop the bank from just "taking" my home...ignoring short sale offers, stringing out my effort for a loan modification and denying me due process, not having the original note and other technical violations on my loan.

Learn more about this and you will be in a position to help people find some recourse in dealing with this financial blood bath and land grab by the banks.

Don McCoy

Exit Realty Group

Southern Oregon

Mar 13, 2011 07:08 AM
#142
Paul Gapski
Berkshire Hathaway / Prudential Ca Realty - El Cajon, CA
619-504-8999,#1 Resource SD Relo

yes they look so nice but Foreclosures are such tough on to stomach.

Oct 10, 2011 06:35 AM

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