Having worked in restaurants, tech support, and as a reporter, Zombeck has developed and cultivated a cynical view when it comes to human nature and behavior.
Zombeck founded Home Preservation Network (HPN) in an effort to educate and inform the public about issues relating to foreclosure and the financial crisis in America, and to expose the individuals and entities that are working against the public interest.
The HPN community provides resources in the form of information, news articles, homeowner stories, vetted service providers, foreclosure advocates and journalists. Several of the most knowledgeable and well respected experts collaborate on HPN in a single collective effort to assist and educate homeowners and consumers.
Additionally, HPN provides resources and potential solutions to homeowners faced with foreclosure and issues relating to foreclosure.
Some places you can find him:
HuffPost Live TV: http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/50537cee02a760539300007f
Al Jazeera TV:youtu.be/_GU2hANUgRo
Jeff Santos Radio:www.revolutionboston.com/podcast/2011-09/2844
Five years after the near complete financial meltdown of the economy in this country, resulting in millions of people losing their homes nothing has really changed. Despite the billions of dollars in settlement fees the banks have shelled out, bad press, and loss of trust, it’s pretty much business as usual. Actually it’s more blatant and brazen than ever.
Remember HAMP? What about HAMP 2.0? The mortgage modification programs the administration paraded out as a way to save millions of homeowners from foreclosure? The same program that Tim Geithner, during a congressional hearing, flippantly admitted in 2009 was never meant to help homeowners, but more a way to alleviate the stress of too many foreclosures coming in at once.
John Wright over at Piggy Bank Blog has had an on-going fervent argument with a particularly obnoxious individual who goes by the name "Hut Master." Over the past week James Aitken (that's his real name) has taken to email and Facebook to throw unfounded accusations John's way, calling him a shill and going into apparent frothy, drunken rants on various blog comments and Facebook, according to Wright.
In his latest post, he writes:
Kentucky Atty. Gen. Jack Conway announced that his office filed a lawsuit today in Franklin Circuit Court against MERS for violating Kentucky law.
In the lawsuit, he alleges that MERS violated Kentucky law by not recording mortgage assignments with the County Clerk's offices when mortgages were sold or transferred from one bank to another.
Here's an email I received from a friend ... all legit and true. Inother words, not one of those scammy shitty emails you get that turns out to be BS. It's a reall person, in real trouble, trying to find a real solution. You can read the email below:
2012 Maine Special Olympics
- Charlie got 3 medals
(2 bronze and a silver)
This is my friend Charles, currently of Berwick, Maine. Charlie just turned 51 years old this past December, he lives with his sister Sandra and his twenty-two year old niece, as he has since 1999. I met the family in 2001, back when Sandra and I were both heavily involved in humane work. We quickly developed a friendship that, over the years, has morphed into family.