The "Girl from Detroit series™" gives people real solutions on how to make the law work for them. This is a compelling story of how one woman helped to change the way foreclosures are handled in Michigan followed by the rest of the country. Urika Ramseur runs a blog. The "Girl From Detroit" Blog, web address is http://girlfromdetroit.co/. Providing up to date Court rulings against big banks issued by federal regulatory agencies, the latest happenings in the economy; real estate foreclosures, banking fraud, wall street, federal reserve, mystery entity called mers, (mortgage electronic registration systems).
The "Girl From Detroit" Blog focuses on current events such as the "Occupy Wall Street" Movement, keeping the public informed about the latest laws and provisions that can save their homes and protect their rights.
This is a self-help series, it is an inspiring story of the author's career in the real estate field then her encounters with attorneys, judges, unlawful foreclosures and mortgage fraud. You name it she has been through it. In conclusion, Urika shares the lawful remedies she used to protect her properties against unlawful foreclosures, banking fraud and attorney misconduct. This is an eye opening look at Wall Street, Big Banks and You!
Urika Ramseur has been dubbed the Girlfromdetroit and now 'mother of the wall street movement'
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