STORM BRADFORD – BOB HURT- MORTGAGE FRAUD EXAMINERS

STEALING MONEY FROM HOMEOWNERS, FRAUD, SCAM

This company MORTGAGE FRAUD EXAMINERS are scammers. They advertise fake things and offers on their website. I was completely scammed by this company and they did not even try to fix the problem.

The company told us that the audit will save our house from foreclosure and for the same reasons, they sold us the audit. They also said that they will introduce us to the attorney who would help us with the process.

After I paid the money which was as much as $1700, the audit was sent to me after a week. They did refer us to few attorneys. The first one said that we were not a party to the secularization. Hence, he rejected us to help the issue related to the foreclosure of my house. The other attorney whom we contacted through them suggested the same thing. He suggested that the title of the package was useless in NJ and for any foreclosure process.

The last attorney that we met said that he would not be able to help either. The package was not more than the toilet paper. I could not understand why the sales representative would misrepresent the package. The only reason that could pop to my mind was because they wanted to scam me.

Later, I also tried to contact the nationwide law firm and they answered the same thing. So, at the end, I contacted Certified Forensic Laon Auditors to check with them about the confusion. At first, I thought that they must have sent something irrelevant because of some confusion. However, when I called them, they said that the same package would suit my needs.

They rejected to understand my problem. They were all too busy scamming other people that they side lined my request as I had already paid them the money. I felt like cheated. And, they actually cheated me.

These guys are completely uncooperative. They have no synergy and they would not listen. They have no humility. Even few of their staffs do not shy away from abusing people. I came across some myself. When I asked about refund, I was given no response. I called them so many times to request for the same. But, they would either transfer me to different people or they would just hang up.

Hence, I decided to write this report here. These guys are always trying to pursue clients with fake promises. While I was in talks with them, they sounded as if they can give me the world. However, that’s all lie. These people are liars. These guys won’t do anything that they promise. They are only looking for quick money even if it means cheating people.

I am never going to do business with these scammers. They are the worst company I have ever come across. It was the worst decision of my life. I am making every effort to ensure that they refund my amount and would fight until they listen to me.

 

I went to this seminar to help people in foreclosure save their homes. Google SECRITIZATION SCAMS.

Wasted my money and my time!

I paid $3,000 to attend the securitization audit seminar a few months ago and the person teaching the class was totally unprepared. Hesimply read from a book and you could not hear what he was saying. He had nooutline, no material to hand out and when it came time to take the test, and the material on the test was very little that he taught on. In fact I took the exam but was unable tocomplete of it. They told us that we would know at the end of the seminar if we passed or not. More than one month passed and I did not hear from anyone so I complained about the class and demanded my money back because I learned absolutely nothing and was unable to use any of the material that was given or taught during the seminar. It was a total waste of time AND LATER LEARNED THATMOST MORTGAGE SECURITIZATION AUDITS WERE SCAMS. I went to this seminar because I thought I could help the homeowner but later found out that this business simply bleeds the homeowner of needed funds, giving them false hope and they ultimately wind up losing their homes in foreclosure. I urge anyone that considers paying and attending this seminar to ask how many people actually go on and use this material successfully and make a business out of it and actually help the troubled homeowner save their home.

The material taught, in my opinion, at least in the seminar that I attended was not beneficial at all. It not only cost me transportation, a hotel and meals, and the time away from my job (a big loss and waste of time).

Do not fall for this seminar. GOOGLE SECURITIZATON AUDIT SCAMS. The following is the one of the first things you will find when searching Mortgage Securitization audit scams.

Masquerading under the impressive-sounding title of a “mortgage securitization audit,” a new scam is bleeding financially-pressured homeowners out of their dwindling funds.

Sometimes simply called a “mortgage audit” or a “forensic document review,” the service supposedly combs through all of the documents relating to a mortgage, looking for mistakes or even frauds in those documents.

The purported aim is either to help homeowners escape foreclosure or to strengthen their case for a loan

modification, which will ease their repayments. That sounds like a pretty good idea, except for two things:

Many so-called mortgage securitization companies actually do nothing at all but collect a couple thousand dollars from their victims.

Or maybe, they’ll produce an impressive looking set of documents that are actually publicly available and have no legal value.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer watchdog, has publicly denounced the use of mortgage audits, even if they’re done properly and legally.

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On Dec. 11, 2012, I was hired as the Office Manager for BRADFORD, LLC by Andrew P. Lehman who by telling me he was a licensed atty in C.A. Upon accepting the position, Andrew began in front of staff and office personnel almost daily. I was completely embarrassed and distressed with this situation. I went to Andrew P. Lehman, several times asking him to change this behavior due to the demonstrative effect on professional relations. He never changed behaviors, he only got Worse. Andrew P. Lehman several times; Andrew P. Lehman frequently and cups in the office and leaves it for me to dispose of. He made my work environment , ineffective, and non-productive. Andrew P. Lehman has taken malicious acts agaist me putting my very livelihood in jeopardy. After I advised him I was going to report the actions if he did not cease, he terminated my employment. I have suffered extreme mental anguish due to him constantly embarrassing me and on the job and now severe financial hardships. He has a history of this action with women, in particular his staff. He frequently uses in the office.

This was the Worst experience I have EVER had in a “professiona”l environment. I would advise ANY woman,

Andrew Lehmans Text Messages to Timesha Beattie These are the text messages I received from Andrew P. Lehman, and I have More! This is just some of the text messges. I have more!

Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 2:42 PM2:42 PM

Message starred FROM [email protected] TO You [No Subject] Show Details [email protected] [email protected]

Show some respect This message was sent from a T-Mobile wireless phone.

I paid you, This message was sent from a T-Mobile wireless phone

Over and above your worth and received nothing…. It’s whatever… Bring it and then you can go on doing what you do

This message was sent from a T-Mobile wireless phone.

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In addition to daily harassing phone calls if you don’t take the course, the course itself is worthless to anyone who actually wants to help homeowners in foreclosure as opposed to those who only wish to sell more courses to more unsuspecting consumers.

Do not buy their course. It’s a scam. Don’t sell it either, you are being bought off. They told me the class was taught by attorneys. In fact, the only attorney that “teaches” is on Monday morning to give the “introduction and welcome” to the class.

They told me I would be able to negotiate a settlement easily as a non-attorney. I’ve discovered banks won’t listen to anyone without a bar number. If you are not a licensed attorney, they will just put you in a holding pattern doomed for failure.

They told me I would be given work from their company. Instead they asked me to bring them clients and asked me to sign a “marriage document” of a non-compete.

They told me to read the testimonials from their former students. They didn’t tell me that others had posted negative material they refused to post on their website, I had to learn that from calling their former students myself. They told me they were the only nationally certified school, but there is no such thing as national certification. The only certification I would get would be from another company they themselves had formed to certify their own courses.

Then I started asking around. They list all their “graduates” on their website, along with their “testimonials”. I started to call them. I spoke with one who told me that NAMU.org was founded in January BY BRADFORD in order to “certify” their students so they could claim national certification by a non-profit company. He also said he was unimpressed with the calibur of their teaching, specifically stating the teachers were unable to calculate an APR rate. He said he allowed them to certify him on their website, because why not? He didn’t ask for his money back because he figured he just got scammed and learned his lesson. He is based on Orlando. He struck a deal with them for 10K a month to teach their course for them. Which their

sales force will sell for him.

Andrew Lehman called anyone complaining with an offer of the same deal. He won’t give a refund, it admits guilt. He offered clients to do his audits for him. I refused because his product isn’t worth the paper it’s written on as far as negotiations for the benefit of the homeowner are concerned. Mortgage evaluations must be done by an attorney and negotiated by an attorney in order to have any chance of success for the homeowner. Only an attorney doing the examination can comment competently on contract and tort law causes of action a homeowner may have against his or her lender.

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I have a mortgage background and am no dummy, but I still lost $1000 to a Securitization Audit that a 3rd party company ordered from MORTGAGE FRAUD EXAMINERS aka BRADFORD? I probably would have never known that their report was useless if a friend of a friend didnt happen to look at it. He explained some interesting things to me about BRADFORD so I wanted to make sure that people know what theyre getting from a BRADFORD or any of their affiliates for that matter. I did a lot of my own research and found everything he described to be true. So as you can imagine, Im a little ticked off.

1. BRADFORD offers a 2 days Certified Training Course. Certified by who exactly? It turns out, they certified themselves. There is no legislative body that licenses or certifies any person or company involved in securitization audits. BRADFORD also claim to be the only certified securitization auditor training course. Again, congrats on giving yourself a bogus certificate but it obviously means nothing if the data if my report is worthless.

2. If you search for it, youll easily find that they advertise their 2 day training courses all over the country. People with absolutely no experience in securitization attend these classes and after 2 days of training, theyre also Certified Securitization Auditors. Let me repeat: people with 2 days of experience are starting their own businesses and selling these reports as experts.

3.Dont take my word for it. Go to the BRADFORD website (http://www.certifiedforensicloanauditors.com/) and see a sample of their Securitization Report. Then, search the internet for securitization audit samples or securitization report samples – you will be amazed at how many reports look exactly like the BRADFORD report. In other words, that company took the 2 day certified class and immediately began to sell reports using the template that BRADFORD gave them. Sure, some of the fancy colors may have changed but cmon, Im not blind. When I saw a ton of variations of my report online, It made me feel like theyre just a report mill, trying to sell as many as they can while content isnt all that important. Isnt that how I got screwed by the banks in the first place?

4.The most important information in a securitization report is the identification of the Trust that supposedly bought your loan. Read the BRADFORD disclaimer on the last page carefully they GUESS the name of the Trust and claim no responsibility if the guess is wrong. BRADFORD calls their choice of the Trust an expert opinion but this is a matter of fact, not opinion. You should be given proof that the loan was sold.

5. How did I verify this for myself? I paid another company $700 to redo my report. The new report proved that BRADFORDs expert opinion was completely wrong I was given a long list of the mortgages owned by the newly named Trust and mine was highlighted clearly on the list. I asked the guy who I bought the BRADFORD report from if he was given that list of mortgages owned by the Trust? He told me that BRADFORD can offer that same service but only with their most expensive report. If I paid $1000 and didnt get that information, how much more would I have had to pay to get the actual facts? I dont even understand why you would offer a cheaper report that has someones crazy guess when you clearly have a way to verify the facts and provide proof? I might have even paid for it. $1500 for a report that helps me is still better than $1000 for a piece of crap. Mind you, I paid $700 to the other company and got exactly what I needed.

You get the point. I dont want to waste my day typing or yours reading my post. BUT – I would avoid any company that claims to be Certified Securitization Auditors. And ask to make sure that your report will have proof of your loan in the Trust. You should get a list like I did and you should be able to easily identify your loan. Also, ask for a sample of their report and if it looks like the sample on BRADFORD, Id be worried.

Like I said, dont take my word for it, do your own digging. Just remember, if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck

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In addition to daily harassing phone calls if you don’t take the course, the course itself is worthless to anyone who actually wants to help homeowners in foreclosure as opposed to those who only wish to sell more courses to more unsuspecting consumers.

Do not buy their course. It’s a scam. Don’t sell it either, you are being bought off.

They told me the class was taught by attorneys. In fact, the only attorney that “teaches” is on Monday morning to give the “introduction and welcome” to the class.

They told me I would be able to negotiate a settlement easily as a non-attorney. I’ve discovered banks won’t listen to anyone without a bar number. If you are not a licensed attorney, they will just put you in a holding pattern doomed for failure.

They told me I would be given work from their company. Instead they asked me to bring them clients and asked me to sign a “marriage document” of a non-compete.

They told me to read the testimonials from their former students. They didn’t tell me that others had posted negative material they refused to post on their website, I had to learn that from calling their former students myself.

They told me they were the only nationally certified school, but there is no such thing as national certification. The only certification I would get would be from another company they themselves had formed to certify their own courses.

Then I started asking around. They list all their “graduates” on their website, along with their “testimonials”. I started to call them.

I spoke with one who told me that NAMU.org was founded in January BY BRADFORD in order to “certify” their students so they could claim national certification by a non-profit company.

He also said he was unimpressed with the calibur of their teaching, specifically stating the teachers were unable to calculate an APR rate. He said he allowed them to certify him on their website, because why not? He didn’t ask for his money back because he figured he just got scammed and learned his lesson. He is based on Orlando. He struck a deal with them for 10K a month to teach their course for them. Which their sales force will sell for him.

Andrew Lehman called anyone complaining with an offer of the same deal. He won’t give a refund, it admits guilt. He offered clients to do his audits for him. I refused because his product isn’t worth the paper it’s written on as far as negotiations for the benefit of the homeowner are concerned.

Mortgage evaluations must be done by an attorney and negotiated by an attorney in order to have any chance of success for the homeowner. Only an attorney doing the examination can comment competently on contract and tort law causes of action a homeowner may have against his or her lender.

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·         Jun 24, 2019

 

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BUYER BEWARE OF THIS COMPANY!

My husband and I are retired senior citizens with serious health issues, we reached out to this company to assist us with the wrongful foreclosure of our home.

The principle owner, Mr. Andrew Lehman, was a high pressure, fast talking person who said if you sign up right now I will give you a discount.

I gave Mr. Bradford my credit card number because he told me he had to send me an authorization form via email in order to proceed, and I didn’t believe he would or could charge my card without the authorization.

After hanging up with Mr. Bradford I did due dilligence and did a google search & checked the Rip Off Report. I didscovered there were several disgruntled people who said Mr. Lehaman had been fraudulently touting himself as a lawyer, which he is not. There were other complaints re: Mr. Bradford not delivering on his promises. Which sadly we found to ourselves in the same situation.

I immediately (within a few minutes) tried to call Mr. Bradford to tell him I did not wish to do business with his company based on these terrible reviews. I went straight to voice mail. I tried a 2nd time to reach Mr. Bradford, but to no avail. I then wrote to Mr. Bradford via email and told him I was very disappointed in what I found out about him and his company and told him I did not wish to move forward with his company. I told him I did not appreciate being lied to and asked that he please not charge my card.

I also told Mr. Bradford that I would report him to the Rip Off Report, the BBB, etc. if I didn’t hear from him. Remarkably, Mr. Bradford called me back. He told me it was too late, stating he had already charged my card. I told him I did not sign his authorization form that he sent to me and he said he didn’t need the form. Our conversation became heated, he ultimately asked if I would contact an attorney out of FL for a reference on him. The attorney he referred me to did not give a glowing review of Mr. Bradford or his company. Again, I felt misled.

Mr. Bradford then had another person call me to attest to Mr. Bradford’s character., turns out that person was trained by his company, BRADFORD.

Mr. Bradford pulled the audit without my consent, despite me telling him I did not want to move forward. He called ultimately me to explain the contents of the report. During that call he had taken numerous and lengthy calls, leaving me on hold for much of the time. He was most unprofessional and left the impression that he was a one-man operation. He promised he would call me again, but did not.

I called Mr. Bradford several days later and he told me he did not have time to talk with me and said he had already explained the report and would not devote any more time without me paying him more money.

I never authorized the report in the first place!

I have included the brief email thread between us below to hopefully prevent others from encountering the same dreadful experience and unnecessary loss of their money.

BE CAREFUL…DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS COMPANY…YOU WILL REGRET IT !

 

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  1. Securitization auditors are scammers

    Mortgage Fraud Examiners DOES NOT due securitization audits they’re known scams. Moreover, we have we have nothing to with Certified Forensic Loan Auditors, they are known scammers! Whoever made up this nonsense is a liar and fraud, this is why there is no name attached. Furthermore, we don’t charge $1700 for our work. We’ve been exposing securitization audits as scams for years. http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/mortgage-fraud-examiners-warns-homeowners-to-beware-of-the-latest-foreclosure-rescue-scam-securitization-audits-682670.htm

Reviews:1
Reported Loss :5000 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : lehmanlaw2002
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