Podcasting the Creditwrench Conference call
Below are the mp3 recordings of the Creditwrench conference call for January 6th, 2006.
Each segment is half an hour long. The conference calls are gaining popularity and listeners rapidly. I'm noticing that most of those who are actually doing the talking are Creditwrench students who have actually won in court and some of them have won multiple times.
One such student is Bill Worden. Bill came to me late last Wednesday evening and related the story of how he had just found out that a home he owns had been foreclosed on and sold at a sheriff's sale and they were going to hold a final confirmation hearing on the sale last Friday. He asked me if there was anything that could be done to save his property. We met at a local restaurant where I looked over the paperwork and told him that I thought I might be able to help him. By Friday morning he had his paper work all ready to file and he did just that and then went to the hearing along with his wife. Each of them had reasonably separate documents and evidence to support their objection to the final confirmation of the sale. They didn't have time to prepare motion to vacate the void judgment and the judge asked them why they hadn't done that and Mrs. Worden replied that they simply didn't have time so the judge gave them until the 26th of January to do that.
Here is what Bill had to say about it when he called me to relay the good news of what had happened to him in court.
Bill and his wife each filed an objection to the confirmation of the sale and now they will move forward with motions to vacate and other things which should get them not only their house but a nice fat sum of cash besides that.
Can you win using the same arguments? Well, maybe yes and maybe not. That depends on who it was that tried to foreclose on your home or sue you because of some other reason. But you will never know until you try!
So let's move on to the conference calls. Here is the first half hour of Friday night's conference clall.
Here is the second half hour of Friday night's conference call.
And here is the final half hour of Friday night's conference call.
Enjoy and we hope to hear you on next Friday night's conference call.