Wanted

OUTLAWS

Judges in Dirty Black Robes Violating the Rights of Citizens and the Rule of Law for Corrupt Means

“The judgment should not be enforced because equity will not enforce judgments procured by fraud.”

Restatement (Second) of Judgments § 70 (1982).” Turner v. Pleasant, No. 11-30129, at *8 (5th Cir. Nov. 23, 2011).

Eight Reasons Why You Cannot Trust a Federal Judge to Follow Their Oath nor The Rule of Law

BANDITS

Rogue Texas Lawyers Who are Committing Crimes of Theft and Fraud, Are Being Protected By Outlaw Judges

“When lawyers (of any kind) or judges (of any kind) behave in a way that shows a clear dereliction of duty, especially that which results in some kind of harm, every member of the bar who becomes aware of it has an obligation to take action.”.

“[J]udges, individually and collectively, must respect and honor the judicial office as a public trust and strive to enhance and maintain confidence in our legal system.” – Texas Criminal Judge J. Slaughter

CURATED OVER YEARS, LIT HAS THE EVIDENCE, FACTS & DATA

FORECLOSURE & DEED SCAMS

Never Trust Anyone In The Real Estate Or Legal Profession When Your Home Is Facing Foreclosure, Especially Outlaws in Dirty Black Robes.

Trackin’ the Foreclosure Scam Squads in Texas

DEBT COLLECTION LAW FIRMS VIOLATIN’  TEXAS LAWS THEY RELY UPON

Section 392.101 of the Texas Finance Code prohibits a third-party debt collector or credit bureau from engaging in debt collection in Texas unless the third-party debt collector or credit bureau has obtained a surety bond and filed a copy of the bond with the Office of the Secretary of State.

Chapter 392, Finance Code, provides for both civil remedies and criminal penalties. Tex. Fin. Code §§ 392.402–.404. A consumer may take private legal action against a third-party debt collector or credit bureau for a violation of Chapter 392.

DEBT RELIEF IS SUPPOSED TO BE A REGULATED INDUSTRY IN TEXAS, IT AIN’T

Debt Management or Settlement Services in Texas Require Registration, Licensing and Annual Reporting.

There’s only a handful of registrations at TX OCCC. Shame on Texas for not protecting consumers.

A Texas Lemon: The OCCC Only List 57 Registered Debt Management and Settlement Companies in 2022

And only 13 of those registered are based in Texas.

An astounding figure, since there are thousands of debt co’s offering debt mgt services, debt settlement and related regulated svcs in TX.

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