Posted on July 21, 2011 by Neil Garfield
I am getting sporadic reports of possible cyber-attacks on this and other sites whose purpose and mission is to help consumers, homeowners in particular, challenge the validity of their mortgages, notes, obligations and foreclosure attempts. Whatever it was, it seems to be over for the moment. I have no information as to whether the events were synchronized attacks by the banks, as many suppose, or if it is just a technology snafu, which is entirely possible. My apologies for those who were inconvenienced.
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