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Important Information for Homeowners Who Sought a COVID-19 CARES Act Mortgage Forbearance Home Sweet Home? Not if Your Lender Violated COVID CARES Act Mortgage Forbearance Rules Recently we have uncovered several loan servicers and mortgage companies that have violated federal laws on COVID-19 related mortgage forbearances. Last year, Congress gave homeowners important new rights. Under the federal CARES Act, most homeowners are entitled to a forbearance on their mortgage of between 6 months and a…
Everything You Need to Know about Building Collapse Lawsuits and How to Prevent Tragedy from Striking Less than one day after the collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominiums in Surfside, Florida, the first lawsuit was filed. Two days after the tragic collapse, at least one law firm launched a “Florida Building Collapse” website. While we have our own thoughts about these efforts, our focus has been on early detection and prevention of these tragedies.…
Stop the Fraud! Mortgage Servicers and Lending May Be Ripping Off Homeowners (Again) – CARES Act COVID 19 Mortgage Forbearance Ripoff Investigation Important Information for Veterans and Other Homeowners Seeking Hardship Forbearance The mortgage fraud lawyers at Mahany Law are investigating reports that Dovenmuhele Mortgage and Royal Pacific Funding have been illegally charging veterans hundreds of dollars for appraisals. Under the federal CARES Act, veterans seeking a COVID 19 mortgage forbearance shouldn’t be charged fees…
Do You Have Information about HUBZone Fraud (or any Small Business or Minority Owned Business Designation Fraud)? You May Be Entitled to a Large Cash Reward A private contractor doing work on a multibillion Department of Energy product has agreed to pay $3 million to resolve claims that it falsely presented two subcontractors as HUBZone small businesses. The claims also involved falsely designating a subcontractor as a woman owned small business. The case was brought…
There Are Thousands of Unapproved Stem Cell Clinics in the U.S. At Best, You Are Throwing Away Your Money, at Worst, Your Life An investigation by the Arizona Republic found 238 unlicensed stem cell clinics. That is just in Arizona! If you extrapolate that figure it suggests there are 10,731 unlicensed clinics nationwide! How is this possible? There are many reasons. The stem cell business is still the wild, wild west. The FDA has jurisdiction…
New Reward Opportunities for Bank Money Laundering Whistleblowers The Justice Department announced that Swiss bank, Julius Baer & Co admitted in court that it conspired to launder $36 million in bribes to soccer officials with the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). As part of the court proceedings, Julius Baer entered into a three year deferred prosecution agreement. The bank had been charged with criminal conspiracy to commit money laundering As part of the plea…
Dell Hit with False Marketing Class Action Complaint by Eric Hamilton, Gamers Nexus (249K) If you’ve been keeping up with our YouTube channel and Twitter, you’ve seen that we’ve detailed our own frustrations with Dell in recent months. These frustrations range from scummy business tactics, to exceedingly low-quality pre-built gaming PCs. Dell’s pre-built G5 5000 isn’t worth considering even if all you wanted was the GPU. All that said, we now bring…
Dell said one of its gaming laptops were easy to upgrade – they’re not and now Dell is being sued for it The suit claims Dell lied about the laptop’s upgradeability. KnowTechie by Alex Gatewood, KnowTechie (185K) Computer manufacturer Dell has found itself the target of a recently filed class-action lawsuit. A California man has filed a suit claiming that the company falsely advertised the capabilities of its Alienware 51M R1 gaming laptop. Alienware is…
Dell hit with class-action lawsuit over Alienware Area 51-m R1 component upgrades ShowbizHo (96K) This latest piece of news or article about Dell hit with class-action lawsuit over Alienware Area 51-m R1 component upgrades was originally reported by techspot.com. Let’s have a look at what they have to say about it. According to the reports by techspot.com, “Dell hit with class-action lawsuit over Alienware Area 51-m R1 component upgrades.” The post Dell hit with
Dell Strikes With Class Action Lawsuit Over Alienware Area 51-m R1 Component Upgrades by Timothy James, News Block (254K) In one word: Dell is facing a class action lawsuit over allegations that its Alienware Area 51-m R1 ads “intentionally misled and misled” buyers. The laptop is touted with unprecedented upgradability, but San Francisco plaintiff Robert Felter denies that claim. The Alienware Area 51-m R1 received many rave reviews upon its launch after the CES 2019…