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Post  DrummerBoyFL on Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:49 am

I joined in the chat and listened for a bit, but initially had a difficult time connecting. I received the receipts back that the two attorneys did receive my Courtesy Notices. Now to sit back and wait for a response, if any. I wonder how this will affect the conference call on the 28th. Do you think I should notify my own attorney of my actions?

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No gnus is good gnus?!

Post  DrummerBoyFL on Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:42 am

So prior to the telephone hearing between Wells Fargo's selected local attorneys and my attorney on March 28th, I had sent the two partners in the lawfirm a Courtesy Notice each... notarized and sent Certified Mail. Usually, after such an event takes place or after anything is filed, I receive (4) copies of whatever has been filed. One to me, one to My Unknown Spouse, one to Tennant #1 and one for Tennant #2. I have not heard one word from anyone. Not even from my attorney, whom I informed that I sent the bank's attorneys the notice and forwarded them a copy of the blank notice. I do have photographs I took right at the Post Office, to prove they were sent. I'm wondering if now, because the CN's are so legal in their wording... if the bank's attorneys no longer wish to represent the bank since I can put liens on their personal belongings should they choose to continue to interact with me. I would have expected any kind of update by now. I even phoned my attorney and they didn't have one for me either. They initially said, after I told them that I sent the bank's attorneys (the partners in the firm), Courtesy Notices, "You know you're not allowed to call them or contact them because you have an attorney." I said I didn't know this and that the notices went to them as individual humans, not attorneys "at law." I believe I was the first person to alert my attorney of the OPPT. I'm sure Ronald R. Wolfe and Matthew Wolf were a tad surprised to read the docs as well. I bet it made them feel very uneasy. Just thought I'd do a little update here. So no news is good news I guess? I'm trying to find a valid mailing address for the CEO of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. Can anyone help me out with that? I will send him a Courtesy Notice as soon as I have a valid address. Very Happy

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