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Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

Theres the 1st problem right there - Pruett took out a $280,000 loan ,,, for a dumb Condo on the Country Club Plaza.

Sounds like a typical live beyond your means Trendy !!!

I can think of a helva lotta nicer places to live than the over priced over rated plaza !!

especially for $280,000 dollars, simply amazing what some people will buy into.

I know of several nice home homes on several Lakes around the country, better than the plaza for that amount or less,

nice home in Northern Idaho

1 on grand lake in Oklahoma

several on Table Rock Lake

even Lake of the Ozarks

and Lake Tahoe at the Cal Neva line

for 280,000 the "last thing" I wanna see when I step out onto the balcony is concrete, asphalt, cars and more buildings , for that amount of money !!!

some people, they deserve what they got coming to them, and apparently some others know she known for not making her payments Go Figure !!!

13 likes, 11 dislikes
Posted by Crazy Clown on 12/13/2014 at 12:38 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

She knew she wasn't making her payments and knew the foreclosure process. Tell me again how she can act like she didn't know this was coming? They send so many notifications it's unreal. Impossible not to know. This writer is a joke. Do some research. Holes all over this article. It's irresponsible to write about things when you have no idea what you are talking about. It's called reporting. Get both sides of the story. If I'm scion properties I sue you and this paper.

28 likes, 12 dislikes
Posted by Brandon on 12/09/2014 at 5:09 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

sorry I found this so late. You go girl! I'm in it for 7 years already. Racketeering is the key word.

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Posted by Roger Rinaldi on 12/07/2014 at 3:51 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

live below your means

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Posted by voice of reason on 12/04/2014 at 12:45 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

Maybe the searches on Case.Net are not showing up because the article failed to mention that Kathryn is her middle name and that her first name is Marie.

26 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by can also use public searches if I have the right info on 12/04/2014 at 9:17 AM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

The folks slamming her and claiming to have sued her in the past is hilarious. Have they never heard of CaseNet searches? Sounds like tactics of the fraudulent foreclosure folks. Good to know they are no more high brow than your average payday loan shark. That "involved party" is the real nutjob.

10 likes, 35 dislikes
Posted by Capable of Using Public Searches on 12/03/2014 at 7:12 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

Just another example of someone feeling entitled to something they didn't pay for or earn. I can't believe this journalist fell for this nonsense. If I were Whitlock or Scoion Properties I woulf start a little lawsuit of my own. This homeowner (and writer) are perfect examples of so many ways America has gone downhill.

38 likes, 16 dislikes
Posted by democrat turned republican on 12/03/2014 at 6:50 PM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

So let's review, a loan enforcement lawyer who profited off of the foreclosure crisis, and more than likely helped her get her own loan, is upset that her home is being foreclosed on. I'd say this is karmic retribution, somewhere along the line she may have unwittingly done this to someone else.
From the Polsinelli website:
'Maximization of recovery – and its flipside, minimization of loss severity – is not simply about foreclosures and suits on promissory notes and guaranties, although those remedies are very important to lenders. It is also about speed, for time of resolution is the single most important contributor to loss severity. It is also about preservation of assets during the period of time that it takes to enforce those ultimate remedies. We know this, and we have assisted lenders with moving quickly to protect their collateral – obtaining the appointments of receivers, obtaining restraining orders, obtaining orders of replevin, and obtaining other forms of extraordinary relief that are designed to preserve collateral, and sometimes even add value to it, pending disposition.

Our lawyers have also litigated in a number of cases where desperate borrowers have gone on the offensive – asserting lender liability claims against their lenders, and blaming their lenders for their financial woes. Breach of fiduciary duty, "control" claims, fraudulent transfer, wrongful loan administration, 365/360 class action interest claims – we have seen, and *defeated*, them all.

We are also well aware that lenders are often required to deal with parties other than wayward borrowers and their principals. We specialize in assisting lenders involved in participated, co-lending, and syndicated loan transactions. We have assisted lead lenders in defending claims brought by participants questioning lead lenders’ loan administration. Conversely, we have prosecuted claims on behalf of participants damaged by faulty loan administration by lead lenders. And we assist loan servicers on a day to day basis, who are subject to constant, conflicting demands from various lenders in a "debt stack" who may insist that their rights are superior to those of others.'

18 likes, 10 dislikes
Posted by Why should we feel sorry for her? on 12/03/2014 at 11:30 AM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

And not to be a stickler, but I'm a grammar nazi. To whomever wrote this article, you're misusing the word "glut". Glut means an excess supply of, or overabundance of, not "the majority of". The word I believe you're looking for would be bulk, not glut.

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Posted by Nathan Ebbesen on 12/03/2014 at 8:45 AM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

Certified mail would be tracked and would require a signature upon receipt. If they can't provide proof that she received the letter, or that the letter was ever even sent - they're busted.

19 likes, 37 dislikes
Posted by Nathan Ebbesen on 12/03/2014 at 8:36 AM

Re: “The latest local wrongful foreclosure may have happened on the Plaza

Looks like these crooks screwed with the wrong person this time! I hope Ms. Pruett pins them to the wall.

44 likes, 66 dislikes
Posted by Not Surprised! on 12/02/2014 at 10:39 PM

Re: “How to win five dinner-table arguments with red-state relatives

Actually the talk is more about the poor performance of this idolized President. I guess some people have forgotten about the election results.

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Posted by BlueStateBlues on 11/28/2014 at 4:15 PM

Re: “How to win five dinner-table arguments with red-state relatives

Anyone who cannot resist the urge to discuss ANY of these issues at a family gathering should be beaten with a drumstick.

Give it a rest. Let your programmed outrage take the day off.

21 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by ralpheatsbeef on 11/26/2014 at 12:06 PM

Re: “A closer look at the Feds' crackdown on two KC-based predatory lenders

this actually pisses me off to know that cwb was still in business up until now. last year cwb was over on central ave in kcmo and we were all laid off and told that we would be called back to work if they would open back up now im hearing that they were open with all new employees. these people who run that place should burn in hell, playing around with their employees. they knew their company was janky and they continued to string us along. assholes

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by ann on 11/14/2014 at 8:08 PM

Re: “A lawsuit says a Hutchinson company with ties to KC's payday-lending industry uses some nasty tactics

The question about payday loans is very popular today. But I still can not understand the problem. The person can not get appropriate monetary help from the bank, because he or she has no credit history or a bad one, and this unreliable client goes to the service like that http://quickandeasyloanservice.com/ and this financial service give the necessary amount of money. To protect the interests of investors they set a strict rules. And I think it is a normal practice. Why is nobody surprised when the banks just refuse to help such people?

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Posted by Sandra Lee on 11/14/2014 at 8:53 AM

Re: “A lawsuit says a Hutchinson company with ties to KC's payday-lending industry uses some nasty tactics

"Moose ... Rocco! Help the Judge find his checkbook!"
- Al Czervik

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Posted by Ramblinfarms on 11/06/2014 at 4:27 PM

Re: “A lawsuit says a Hutchinson company with ties to KC's payday-lending industry uses some nasty tactics

These collection tactics are absolutely shameful. It was interesting to learn though why these payday loan operations charge such high interest. "If you're an online payday lender, 30 percent of the people you loan money to will immediately default. Imagine how much an owner of a deli would need to charge if 1/3rd of his customers ordered a sandwich then refused to pay and walked out. Not saying its right, but if that happened in my business I would be tempted to hire someone to chase those people down on the sidewalk after they left my place and scare the crap out of them at a minimum. Some of these people I'm sure are truly victims but I am guessing many of them are probably not.

7 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by kcjoe on 11/06/2014 at 9:31 AM

Re: “A lawsuit says a Hutchinson company with ties to KC's payday-lending industry uses some nasty tactics

Tactics exist to successfully NOT repay private student loans and credit card debt. Author “The Art of Debt Guerrilla Warfare, how to beat debt collectors when your back is against the wall.”

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Posted by Thomas McFreeman on 11/05/2014 at 8:26 PM

Re: “A lawsuit says a Hutchinson company with ties to KC's payday-lending industry uses some nasty tactics

I wonder if any of these companies donated to Kevin Yoder's campaign as you reported on October 2nd, 2014.

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Posted by Michael Ledlow on 11/05/2014 at 12:57 PM

Re: “Lawrence art hub Wonder Fair forms a PAC for moderate Kansas candidates

Admitting that it looks easy proves my point. It's irrelevant how much time and effort was involved in creating this. The only procedure used that might require skills beyond grade school would be reassigning colors to the clipart.

1 like, 2 dislikes
Posted by quityerbitchin on 11/03/2014 at 3:10 PM

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