Learn the 3 Surefire Ways to Stop Your Bank from
Illegally Foreclosing On Your Home.
FREE WEBINAR REVEALS…
Why 84.9% of Foreclosures are done in FRAUD (and what this means to YOU and YOUR home loan)
How you can LEGALLY turn the tables on your lender to STOP the foreclosure process dead in its tracks
Learn Simple Foreclosure Defense Strategies so you can stay in your home.
Plus, actual court cases (from other homeowners who fought back and WON)
You have more options than you think. Your bank just don’t want you to know their dirty little secrets…
Don’t Take Our Word for it, Here are What People
in the News are Saying About Foreclosure Defense.
Here’s What Else You’ll Discover…
Direct links to little-know, time-saving, and credible resources (so you don’t waste dozens of hours sifting through garbage and confusing half-truths all over the internet)
How to save yourself and your family from being victimized by one of the largest financial scams in recorded history
How to find out if your lender followed the law under the Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and what it means to you and your loan
How the banks are getting paid 3 times (and more) the value of your mortgage loan and what you can do about it
How you may qualify for a 100% REFUND of the principal and interest you’ve paid on your mortgage to date
And Much, Much MORE.
“…I couldn’t stop reading…so timely and helpful…really broke things down in layman terms…”
“…clearly lays out the point by point bread trail that the banks have done with the note through the securitization process. WOW!!!”
– Frank, Paralegal
“Vince this is one of the best sources of information I have read to date. Spent money on other info that does not measure up to the info you’ve provided. My sincere thanks…”
“Absolutely phenomenal reading! …has the ability to really change things in this country and beyond!”
Help, I am Facing Foreclosure.
Knock, knock came the noise from the front door. I gingerly opened the door to find my postman handing me an envelope requiring my signature. It was for certified mail.
It was a Notice of Default from my servicer. It felt as if someone had physically punched me in the gut and I felt like vomiting. Intellectually, I knew this moment would arrive, but yet I cannot help the way I feel.
I couldn’t even get myself to finish reading the rest of the document before tossing it on my desk and crawled into bed and cried.
As a grown man, I cannot recall when the last time I cried. I’ve been conditioned to “be a man” and not to break under pressure. But, despite it all, I cried. Somehow, I wish that someone would come and tell me everything is going to be OK, just like my mother did when I was a little boy. Unfortunately, no body could. Because nobody understands what I am going through. It’s hard to “keep it together” when your whole world is falling apart around you.
My name is Vince Khan. This is my story.
I made a lot of money around 2002-2004. I made enough money to retire for the rest of my life. With that money, I invested in a number of properties, partly as a way to park my money and partly as a way to make a little money investing in real estate.
In 2009 I started another business that required a lot of start up capital. Things didn’t turn out as I had planned. I had invested all my money into the venture but it was not enough. I needed more money. In 2010, I made a decision to stop paying the mortgage for 4 of my investment properties to feed my new start up, in the hopes that eventually, my startup would turn around and I would then have enough money to pay back the bank.
I was wrong. My startup failed. Not only had I lost everything, I was heavily in debt because I leveraged everything I had to fund my company.
So, like millions of people around the country, I was facing foreclosure.
Shortly after I stopped making payments, I started looking at my options. I could either do a short sale (meaning I could sell the property for what is owed) or just hold onto the properties for as long as possible before they foreclose on me. Or I could put up a fight.
I chose to fight.
To be honest, when I started this journey, I was just as ignorant as everyone else who was in going through a default. I borrowed the money. Now, for one reason or another, I can’t pay my mortgage. So, I was lead to believe that the bank was entitled to foreclose on my houses and repossess them.
I was wrong.
It was at that time that I started learning about bank fraud. At first, I was skeptical but I kept an open mind. As I dug deeper into this issue, it became clear that there was more than meets the eye. I started reading more and more instances of homeowners winning in court against banks. In fact, I discovered that banks have sold mortgages onto Wall Street as what’s called “mortgage backed securities” (MBS). At first, I did not know what that meant. My thoughts were, “so what?”
As I studied this issue deeper, I came to realize that banks were actually committing some very clever schemes to steal people’s home without the proper “Standing” to do so.
You see, once a bank have sold a promissory note as a MBS, it no longer owns the note. And if it does not own the note, it does not have the right (or Standing) to foreclose.
But they do this every single day, because they rely on our ignorance. They rely on your ignorance. They rely on the judge’s ignorance and they even rely on their own lawyer’s ignorance to pull this scheme off.
On one side, we have a growing population of people living in tent cities without running water, without toilets or other things you and I take for granted.
At the other end of the spectrum, we have bank executives getting multi-million dollar bonuses for how quickly they can foreclose people’s homes (without having any actual legal authority to do so).
Not only that, these bank executives have received TRILLIONS of taxpayer money from TARP (the Troubled Asset Relief Program) to pretty much do as they see fit. You know, buy up smaller banks, buy executive jets, go to the Bahamas for exotic retreats and other wonderful ways to spend the handouts from our government.
This got me mad.
But most frustrating of all, I discovered that as a homeowner, my choices were very limited.
Firstly, even if I took the time to learn about this fraud, so what? How does this have to do with me saving my houses from foreclosure? I am not a lawyer. I am too poor to afford one, and even if I had $25,000 to retain one, there was no assurance of success. (Access to the law is no longer affordable to the common man).
Secondly, I don’t know enough about the law to put up a viable defense. I’m just your average computer geek. I don’t know anything about the law. I don’t have the time or the mental energy to learn to be a lawyer to put up a defense.
Thirdly, there was very limited information available for homeowners to learn about this stuff. Even if one has the time, it would take a full time occupation to figure all this stuff out at the best of times (ie. When one is not suffering from crippling depression when one’s world is falling apart).
Fourthly, very few attorneys even know about this stuff. There wasn’t really anyone I could go to to learn this information.
The odds were just stacked against me.
Faced with insurmountable adversity, I was faced with a decision: To give up or to go down fighting.
My father told me a story about how Japan won so many battles in Asia (they took over almost all of Asia before America dropped the bombs). He said that unlike other armies, the Japanese doctrine was “death before dishonor”. The concept of surrender or retreat was the lowest of shame for a Japanese soldier. When they landed their troops into a battle, the Japanese would tell their soldiers that the only way they would go home was to either win, or return in a body bag. There was no retreat. As a result, the Japanese soldiers fought like their lives depended on it, because it literally was.
For me, this was the doctrine in which I lived my life. I either succeed in what I do or I die trying. As Master Yoda said in “The Empire Strikes Back”, “do or do not, there is a try.”
So, study I did.
I committed to doing whatever it takes to put up a fight and win.
I started to challenge the bank using the processes outlined in this book, and to cut a long story short, I managed to compel the bank to issue a Rescission of the Notice of Default on my property.
Essentially, this means that the bank can not foreclose on my house and it is currently in limbo.
As of the time of writing, I am in the process of filing a civil action called a “Quiet Title Action” to remove the lien on the house. You can read more about the progress of this on my website at www.consumerdefenseprograms.com.
As I learned more about this subject, it occurred to me that millions of other people around the world were going through the same problems I was going through. The biggest issue faced by distressed homeowners was that there was no easy to understand, easy to follow materials available to the average homeowner to put up a fight against lender fraud.
With this in mind, I put together a blog online to help homeowners. All the sudden, my site got bombarded with so many people wanting to know more about what I’ve discovered. Everyone started to ask me questions; everyone wanted me to help them with their situation.
I quickly realized there were a number of problems with this situation.
- I barely have enough headspace to deal with my own problems, let alone other people’s.
- If I answered people’s questions openly, the BAR Association would love to put a stop to this by accusing me of “practicing law”. (Competition is bad for business after all.)
- Helping people takes time, and everyone’s situation was different. I only have a limited amount of time in the day. I barely had time to pee, let alone help other people.
- Helping people for free full time means I cannot spend that time to make a living for myself. It is a full time job just to keep up with all the research and reading to understand the strategies of foreclosure defense.
With these problems in mind, I decided to write this book. My goal is to give homeowners an easy to understand resource so that you can quickly grasp how the fraud is being perpetrated. Once they understand the fraud, to then teach them how to articulate a viable defense. I’ve written this book so that anyone can put together a viable strategy to defend their home from lender fraud and so they can keep their home for as long as possible.
Unlike other books, this book is written in a conversational tone using lots of stories and analogies so everyone can understand. I believe that often “less is more” when it comes to information. While other books are hundreds of pages long, this book by comparison is rather small. Too much information leads to overwhelm and “paralysis by analysis”. My goal is to make this handbook be a practical guide with real practical steps you can do right now to save your home, yet be easy enough to digest in one evening’s reading.
Please keep in mind, this whole scheme was created by the brightest minds in the banking industry. This is something banks don’t want the public to know. They have gone to great lengths to make sure people like you don’t know about their schemes. Court cases have been settled with conditions of a gag order are being done on a regular basis. In one instance, an expert witness I’ve interviewed have had his life threatened by banksters for the information he knows.
The information presented in this book is highly controversial. I truly believe that I am writing this book at great risk to my own personal safety. Thanks to the power of the Internet, my hope is that once this book is in the hands of enough people, that the banks will not feel the need to “silence me”.
I’ve always been inspired by the story of Jesus. In particular, his bravery for doing what’s right in the face of overwhelming adversity. Jesus was arrested for talking against the rabbis and was condemned to death. His jailer knew that Jesus was a good man and did not want to see him dead. The jailer deliberately left Jesus’ jail door open and made arrangements for Jesus to easily escape. Instead of running away, Jesus stayed in his cell and ended up dying on the Cross.
This is true bravery.
While I don’t want to be a martyr, I do feel strongly about helping homeowners despite the dangers to myself.
If you are facing foreclosure and want an easy to read, and easy to understand guide to help you stay in your home, then this book is for you. Too often, one has to wade through thousands and thousands of pages of information to get a basic understanding of what’s going on. This type of information is often written in legalese (by lawyers for lawyers) and is ladened with double talk jargon that it is hard for the average person to comprehend.
I hope you will join me in standing up against injustice and bank corruption. And if this book makes a difference in your life, please “pay it forward”. Please tell others about it.