tri-state businesses

Tri-State Businesses Join Conga Line Of Businesses Moving To Florida

Tri-State Businesses Join Conga Line Of New York City Businesses Fleeing To Florida Wall Street financial firms and other Tri-state businesses are seeking warmer weather and lower taxes in Florida. Hedge funds, private equity firms, and wealth management offices are leaving the northeast and heading to Miami and Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County’s Business […]

nationstar mortgage aka mr. cooper

Nationstar Mortgage AKA Mr Cooper Mortgage Spits On Military Veteran

Veteran Sues Nationstar Mortgage AKA Mr Cooper For Putting Him In Foreclosure After Reneging On Modification Deal John T. Baldy II filed a lawsuit in West Virginia against Nationstar Mortgage aka Mr Cooper. Baldy a veteran living in Charleston. He alleges breach of contract and other counts. The veteran claims the mortgage servicer failed to […]

Ocwen CEO Glen Messina

Is Ocwen CEO Glen Messina Missing In Action?

Ocwen CEO Glen Messina Is Missing In Action. Sources Say No One Has Seen Him At Ocwen HQ In Nearly A Month  The cool thing about owning a company like MFI-Miami means people like to give us the dirt on their bosses. MFI-Miami has learned disturbing news from our sources from Ocwen. Our sources at […]

Comerica Bank VP Busted For Being Involved In Kiddie Sex Ring

Comerica Bank Senior Vice President Carl Spradlin Busted For Involvement In Kiddie Sex Ring Genesee County Sheriff’s Office says Comerica Bank Senior Vice President Carl Spradlin was one of 22 people for human trafficking crimes. The Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team (GHOST) arrested the individuals for soliciting sex from underage children. The suspects were targeting […]

predatory lending

Predatory Lending Contracts Cost African-Americans Billions Of Dollars

African-American Households In Chicago Lost Billions Of Dollars Due To Predatory Lending Contracts  African-American families in Chicago lost between $3 billion and $4 billion in wealth because of predatory lending contracts during the 1950s and 1960s. African Americans used lending contracts or Land Contracts during the Jim Crow Era because white-owned banks would not lend […]

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