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Inspection gone wrong

So I took an inspection that another vendor kicked back, that should have been my first clue not to take it, but I didn't listen to that little voice in my head. Well, I just spent the last hour and half on the phone with the sheriffs department and one pissed off home owner. Kind of wish the 5O wouldn't have given him my phone number, but oh well......

I had to send in a copy of the work order, the pictures I took from today and the picture sent to me from my client. Needless to say, Nationstar will get to talk with the homeowner they haven't been able to make contact with . The azzhole is calling to file a complaint against me! Better yet, he's calling the sargent to file a complaint against the two officers that won't give me a citation for trespassing.

All for a measly $15 dollar vacancy check. I'm such a dumbass. I knew better than to "Just do this favor, please."



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So I took an inspection that another vendor kicked back, that should have been my first clue not to take it, but I didn't listen to that little voice in my head. Well, I just spent the last hour and half on the phone with the sheriffs department and one pissed off home owner. Kind of wish the 5O wouldn't have given him my phone number, but oh well......

I had to send in a copy of the work order, the pictures I took from today and the picture sent to me from my client. Needless to say, Nationstar will get to talk with the homeowner they haven't been able to make contact with . The azzhole is calling to file a complaint against me! Better yet, he's calling the sargent to file a complaint against the two officers that won't give me a citation for trespassing.

All for a measly $15 dollar vacancy check. I'm such a dumbass. I knew better than to "Just do this favor, please."
For some reason that guy's voice is Always Right!! to this day I have yet to prove him wrong despite my numerous failed attempts

On a side note I noticed this is post 222 for you my favorite number, sorry it was for this reason though....
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For some reason that guy's voice is Always Right!! to this day I have yet to prove him wrong despite my numerous failed attempts
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You got that right. Some thing I've been learning since I turned 35 was to start listening to the little booger a little better.

Or as Gibbs would say............ your gut.



As for Brad..........nothing like this little deal to liven up your other wise dull life. lol

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Tell the "homeowner" to file charges against the Service Provider. They can do that at the District Atty's Office and bypass the police. Yep had it happen Sometimes though it might backfire and they do this to you....

Just hope they don't contact the Private Atty for illegal entry/unauthorized, wrongfull foreclosure, etc etc...had that happen too
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More than likely the sarge aint gonna do jack sheet either.

This is a civil matter, not criminal. The 5 0 aint gonna get involved.


I had a realtor call the chief of 5 0 in a little tin horn town because I was going to do one lock and a wint since he WAS NOT about to maintain the house.
He was pretty wound up, (the siblings required us to call on all for sale houses).

Any way the chief told him to get lost and if he came to the property to hassle me when I had a legit W/O he was going to arrest the agent for interfering with my work. LMAO
He told the agent it was a civil matter not a criminal matter and that he was not getting in the middle of it.

The chief asked me on the phone if he showed up at the property did I have a legit W/O in my hot little hands, I said "yes sir".
He said fine then, there is nothing I can do to you and I'm not gonna waste my time driving out to the property. Have a nice day.
"If that agent comes out and bothers you, call me right away and I'll come take care of him"

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Brad,

Tell the "homeowner" to file charges against the Service Provider. They can do that at the District Atty's Office and bypass the police. Yep had it happen Sometimes though it might backfire and they do this to you....

Just hope they don't contact the Private Atty for illegal entry/unauthorized, wrongfull foreclosure, etc etc...had that happen too



A lot of that would or SHOULD get thrown out of court if it even makes it that far because the fine print on the mortgage allows inspections.
The mortgage they signed is a contract.

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Brad,

Tell the "homeowner" to file charges against the Service Provider. They can do that at the District Atty's Office and bypass the police. Yep had it happen Sometimes though it might backfire and they do this to you....

Just hope they don't contact the Private Atty for illegal entry/unauthorized, wrongfull foreclosure, etc etc...had that happen too
Two sheriffs go to his house to deal with the complaint. One interviews the 21 year old daughter who was home at the time. The other interviews the azzhole. His daughters story matches my employee's story (my kid who know what to do and what not to do) exactly.

His story is my employee tried opening every door on the property! The hilarious thing is we got 6 inches of fresh snow last night. You can see plain as day in the pics where the foot prints are to get the meter pics and the 4 corners. Nothing anywhere near any of the doors! Hell the sidewalk to front door has a huge drift in it and the ass didn't even shovel it. No foot prints there either.



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Most of phone call was the 2 officers asking what I do for a living, if the foreclosure market is getting better, how busy I am, how often I get the police called, etc. etc.

They were awesome. When the homeowner said he was filing a complaint with their sargent, he lost all credibility. Not to mention, his story didn't match his daughters and he wasn't home at the time of the inspection. The best thing said during the conversation was when Officer Eric H. said "Well, if the guy would just pay his bills, he wouldn't have to worry about his morgage company trying to track him down!"



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Recently I did an inspection on pops house and a week later on Jr's house.


Same mortgage company.

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Last I remember when you sign your life away on a mortgage there's a section about having inspections performed on the property. Homeowner don't have leg to stand on his compliant is with his mortgage company/service provider.
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