Stop CHASE from filing Bar Order
If you were affected by the bankruptcy of ES Appraisal solutions then this is a must for you.
JP Morgan Chase is filing a request for entry of Bar order with the Florida Courts.
What this means is that JP Morgan Chase is trying to settle for $2,316,000. They then would not be liable for any other lawsuits or claims against them in the future regarding any Appraisals/BPO's completed. Which means we will NEVER see a dime from the money owed to us.
The deadline to file this objection of the bar is May 24th, Which means we have about a week to raise $5,000.
The money will go towards the lawyer fees to file the objection. If the goal is not reached, then all the money will be refunded back to each individual that donated.
The lawyer will also start the class action lawsuit at the same time. The lawyer fee is on contingency of the amount collect.
If you want to join this class action lawsuit please prepare the following first:
Some proof to show that you were really working for Eval. It can be written contract, email trail of orders from Eval.
Second, you need to really figure out how much money they owe you. You need to come up with a detailed list and the amount owed. This can be done by going through your emails or if you have a screen shot from Eval website that is even better.
Please Note: If we DO NOT reach our goal, everyone will be refunded.
Also, this case will start no matter if the goal is not fully reached. The remaining amount will be paid by an anonymous source. This fundraiser was created to take some of the burden off of the contributor.
If we work together as one, we can make a difference!
Some places to talk about the current issues are:
I have refunded all the other funds, you should receive those funds within a few days.
With our contributions we were able to file an objection to the bar order and begin with the class action suits.
Here is the official filing of the case:
http://www.sccaseinfo.org/pa6.asp?full_case_number=1-13-CV-246801&crumbs=Civil Index&crumbs=Case Number Search&crumbs=Case Number Results
If you have any questions email me at Contact@EsAppraisalScam.com or go to the Website www.EsAppraisalScam.com to post comments.
Dave: Yes Many Thanks You really have stepped up and showed your appreciation fo those who use Alamode Yes Might be time to switch Yes where is ACI contribution
Dave, many thanks. Hopefully this will help us get out hard earned money. It is totally unfair for a monster company like Chase that has the power to steal money from thousands of appraisers. It is crystal clear that they were the client and owe us our hard earned money. It is great to have Alamode as a partner in this struggle.
I came here to contribute and see that Dave has contributed the necessary funds. Dave always has our back. Always! Thanks again, Dave! I have a complete electronic trail of all e-mails, orders and reports. I just need to know where to send them if needed.
Wow, what a class act Dave Biggers is! Hmmm, I don't see any contributions from ACI here; might be time to switch!
Thanks Dave and A la mode! You know how hard we appraisers work. Thank you for standing behind us!
Thank you Dave Biggers, what an amazing heart you have! Hopefully this will make an impact. The important thing is that Chase not be allowed to set such a dangerous precedent. Chase hired ES to be their agent, and as such, Chase had the responsibility to make sure we, the appraisers, were being paid. If they win, other banks will use this method to not pay appraisers either; we need this not only to be paid on the work we performed but to send a message that as client if they choose to use an AMC they will be responsible for the actions of the AMC.
I wish I could contribute but am barely living paycheck to paycheck since Eval closed their doors. Hard to believe that Chase owes this much and thinks that they don't have to pay their bills in full. I am still praying to get my owed amount as well. Good luck to us all :)
Bob I am in agreement What are chances of us seeing a penny
Wish you the best of luck trying to take down Goliath. Unfortunately, I really think he who has the gold, rules. They took mine, so why throw what's left in hopes of getting pennies back. Plus, I've yet to see justice prevail in Florida in any major case.