Dirty Realtor Clouds Home Title
Posted in the Independence Forum
#1 Jan 1, 2009
In my opinion, Linda Bobski should lose her real estate license for her lack of ethics and unlawful real estate practices. I believe that Linda Bobski is a dirty, narcissistic woman who feels like she can muddy the title to someone's property without violating any code of ethics.
Once Linda Bobski had her illegally filed Affidavit of Vested Interest in place, she then proceeded to demand that my parents reimburse her for expenses that she claimed to have spent marketing their property. The only problem is, Linda Bobski demanded reimbursement of expenses which were never spent on marketing the listing agreement she had in place on the home.
In essence, Linda Bobski held this home hostage and blackmailed my parents for financial gain. Linda Bobski should lose her real estate license for extortion and unethical conduct.
Full story here: myspace.com/linda_bobski
To substantiate my claims, I invite everyone reading this to visit www.recorder.claycogov.com Once there, you can login as a guest (no password required) and search the real estate records for a business named RSB Realty. The illegal document filed by Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski is instrument #2007032423, dated 08/06/07, book #5778, page 125. You can pull it up, view the actual document and even print out a copy. There is no denying that this document served no purpose but to muddy the title to my parents property given that 8 different attorneys (licensed by the Missouri Bar) deemed it illegal. But when a bankrupt man has no financial means to defend himself in court, the use of this document by his broker and/or agent becomes extortion.
It is no different than if Linda Bobski herself was to hold a gun to my stepfather's head and scream: "YOU WILL EITHER PAY ME WHAT I DEMAND OR YOUR PROPERTY WILL NEVER SELL!"
Now tell me honestly, is that right? Or does this constitute unethical actions on behalf of Coldwell Banker, Karen Bergin, and Linda Bobski?
#2 Jan 4, 2009
Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski are soldiers for Christ. Real community leaders. You should be ashamed of yourself.
#3 Jan 5, 2009
I don't think Jesus would treat people the way these realtors treated this family. The real shame is to be borne by the crooks who illegally held this home hostage.
#4 Jan 16, 2009
I must have missed the verse in the Bible which read "walk on the backs of the poor, for they have no rights".
#5 Jan 18, 2009
I think it's time that sellers fought back against these greedy realtors. I suggest that every seller who is brought a discounted, low ball offer by a realtor, accept the offer with the following inclusion inserted into the contract.
Seller accepts buyers offer contingent on the listing agent/broker reducing their commission by $_________ and the selling agent returning $_________in commissions to the seller upon closing of property.
This contingency can be added under the additional terms and conditions line, which is generally several blank lines just above the expiration date of the contract and right before the buyers and sellers signatures.
Then we'll see how much these greedy realtors like being taken advantage of.
#6 Jan 22, 2009
Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski are soldiers for Christ. Everybody that post something negative about these outstanding community leaders can plan on being sued. Everybody find a church on Sunday and praise Jesus.
#7 Jan 22, 2009
see earlier thread http://www.topix.com/forum/city/overland-park ...
As posted by benched from Wichita, Ks...
These realtors made a mockery of our judicial system. I'm appalled that they feel they are above the law and if this case came before me, I would not have allowed them to continue their abuse.
If a contract is broken, steps to enforce the contract are taken up in the filing of a civil suit. If the judge finds for the plaintiff, a judgement is entered and the plaintiff has the right to enforce the judgement within the boundaries of the law. However, to arbitarily file a lein or document against one's property thus making it unmarketable is circumventing the entire judicial system.
If this man fell behind on his mortgage payments the bank would not have been able to sieze the property without going through the proper channels. Why then should a realtor be able to damage the title to the property without going through those same steps?
I would suggest the victims of this realty firm file complaints with the attorney generals office.
#8 Jan 23, 2009
The right to free speech is protected by the fist amendment to the constitution. So get over it.
The only way anyone can be sued is if the comments made are not merely opinions, but proven to be bold faced lies published solely as a means of harming the individual(s) in question... then it is considered slander. But keep in mind, slander is very difficult to prove in a court of law.
In this particular instance, the above statement directly refers to the author's opinion prior to going into the facts of the case. Hence, his or her opinion is protected by the right to free speech.
Once the author begins addressing the facts, he/she backs up their statements with undisputed evidence on file with the Clay County Recorders office. The documents on file, in and of themselves, are enough evidence to prove the realtor's abuse of power. Ergo, the statements made are not lies, and the records themselves serve to validate the author's statements as true and factual.
Consequently, Glory's slander case and his/her threat of suing everyone posting here just went up in smoke.
In my opinion, Glory should be on his/her knees begging Jesus to forgive her/him for hiding behind Christianity and using faith as a means of intimidation. That is not how my church practices their faith, and I seriously doubt that is how Glory's church works either.
Shame on you, Glory. You're actions are no different than that of Al Qaeda highjacking the Muslim faith for their own personal agenda.
By the way... What kind of good deeds have these "outstanding community leaders" done? Where is the evidence to back up those claims? And why haven't the blessed gods of real estate came forward to exonerate their actions? Could it be they know what they've done was unethical, immoral, and indefensible?
#9 Jan 27, 2009
Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski are soldiers for Christ. Everybody that post something negative about these outstanding community leaders can plan on being sued.
It has been proven again that all of these aligations are false. Slander will be proven and those losers that Karen and Linda tried to help will be prosecuted. Karen and Linda were trying to help them and that evil couple tried to screw Linda and Karen. Everybody praise Jesus and have a good weekend.
#10 Jan 28, 2009
Let me get this straight.. these "evil losers" set in motion a conspiracy to:
1. keep their property out of foreclosure by hiring the realtors to sell it
2. make sure the realtors fail thus draining their own finances for a year or more
3. force the realtor to steal the owners personal furnishings from the property
4. force the realtors to file an illegal document to cloud the title to their property
5. pay off the realtors extortion demands to clear the title to the property
6. and finally... publish false accusations and lies in a public forum so that they can be sued for slander by one of the largest real estate franchises in Johnson County and the law firm I'm sure they have on retainer.
And you want us to believe they did all this in an effort to screw the innocent realtors who were only trying to help them?
Sorry, church lady.... but I ain't buying it.
I hope these poor people get their day in court and the justice they so rightfully deserve.
#11 Jan 29, 2009
Incase anyone hasn't figured it out, Glory's just another one of those "Blessed Gods of Real Estate" who's seeing red because Cheesy provided the public with a way around the death defying exclusive listing contract.
I'm sure there's all kinds of fits being thrown over the idea of a seller's counter offer contingency being tied to the realtor's acceptance of reduced commissions. The "Blessed Gods" don't like the idea of a homeowner being able to determine what they believe an agent's services are worth, and/or having the power to adjust the commissions accordingly.
However, Cheesy should have let everyone know that if the broker/agent refuses to present the counter offer to the buyer, they [the Blessed Gods] are in breach of contract; and you [the seller] have the right to enforce the "Blessed God's" fiduciary responsiblities to present ALL offers, or you can demand an immediate release from the exclusive listing agreement.
So if the "Blessed Gods" refuse to reduce their commissions, they end up looking like big jerks because they sabotaged the deal. And who is going to be really ticked off about it? The BUYER, who had his offer accepted by the seller, but still isn't getting their dream home because of the "Blessed Gods" failure to renegotiate their commissions. And after that do you really think the buyer will continue to work with those "Gods"? I don't think so.
My take on it is like this: If the "Blessed Gods" want to play dirty legal games with homeowner's property titles, then it's high time consumers started playing by the same rules and using some of their own tactics against them.
And Glory if you really want to minister God's word, try acting more like a christian and less like a angry, bitter, judgemental hypocrite.
#13 Jan 30, 2009
Everybody knows that they had to do what they did to get their vested interest back. After the drug raid in which a meth lab was found! What would you do to get your money back after these theiving drug pushers got caught? You must be a son or some kind of relative. Let me tell you now that this area is fed up with druggies like you and your parents. We will fight you until you surrender or leave town. Period.
Everybody praise Jesus and have a good weekend.
#15 Jan 31, 2009
First of all you wanted us to believe that these homeowners set in motion a conspiracy to "screw" these innocent realtors, but NOW you want us to believe that:
1. Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski were so effin STUPID that they listed and were showing a working meth lab for a year or more.
(I can picture it now.... "You'll have to excuse the smell, the owners are simply brewing up some lighter fluid")
2. The meth lab was busted and instead of the normal law enforcement asset forfeiture and seizure of the property, the cops decided to let the owners sell the property.
3. Karen Bergin and Linda Bobski had to secure their vested interest by legally screwing up the title to these people's property and blackmailing the owners for cash.
Glory or Andersen or whatever you want to be called.... you are just making this guy's case for him. The more outrageous you become, the more you validate his claims that most realtors are greedy, dirty, crooked, sleazy, lying criminals who can't be trusted to uphold any moral or ethical standards. And given this last little act of "christianity", I can't even believe you have the audacity to mutter the name of Jesus, let alone actually expect us to believe you live by the Lord's word.
#16 Jan 31, 2009
As an afterthought, I'd like to offer you a bit of friendly advise:
If you'd like to keep yourself from being sued for slander, the next time you accuse someone of a felony offense you might want to go to https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcom... and pull up the actual case number to verify the charges and disposition. It's really very easy and you can locate civil, misdemeanor, and felony cases in seconds.
For example I was able to locate 6 cases for someone with the initials KAA who lives in Lees Summit, works for Coldwell Banker, and [according to their agent profile] says "Church and community are very important to me." The cases included everything from modifying child support, to traffic tickets, and credit card defaults.
You see, Glory, all it takes is a bit of research and some basic logic to reveal the truth about almost any situation.
Now I wonder if we should pull up that agent's listings and notify his clients of his obvious malicious slandering and acceptance of unethical behavior on the part of Coldwell Banker Advantage?
#18 Feb 1, 2009
Hey I would really like to talk to you so please e-mail at GTinaHunter@aol.com
#19 Feb 1, 2009
hey Karen or coward why dont you contact me personally so we can talk GTINAHUNTER@AOL.com
#20 Feb 2, 2009
I don't think there's any chance on God's green earth of Karen Bergin emailing you or posting here on this forum. But you can go ahead and drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
#22 Feb 2, 2009
My goodness! I sure missed quite a bit over the past few days!
Papa ~ high fives buddy! I sure wish I'd had you on my college debate team, lol.
Glory, what can I say? That was way too funny! LMAO!! You must be awful desperate to come up with a story like that! In fact, it's soooo ridiculous, I can't even get mad about it, lol. I know I should be offended but hey, everyone needs a good laugh once and awhile. Besides, when you start writing your own fiction, I know I'm winning my argument and that makes me feel pretty good.:-D
For those of you just joining us, it's apparent that Glory (a realtor) doesn't have any qualms about deceiving the public, and I know for a fact he isn't going to come up with any evidence to substantiate his "fairytale meth lab"; so I suppose it's time I return to the topic of Linda Bobski's wrongdoings. Ladies and Gentlemen, without further adieu, here's another shining example of realtor deceit:
When my parents refused to re-list this property with Linda Bobski, she stole several home decor accessories from my mother. I guess she felt like she wanted something out of the deal and since she couldn't sell the house, she might as well help herself, right? Anyway, just for grins I'm going to allow our loyal readers to examine this little slice of evidence, which will help to verify this incident.
Anyway, I've taken the liberty of editing a couple family photos and super imposing them onto a screen shot of Linda Bobski's staging website, and I posted it here: http://tinyurl.com/d26ekd Note the photos of floral arrangement and the pot with stick thingys which are framed in bright yellow. These are the edited family photos I spoke about. Now follow the bright yellow arrow up to the thumbnail shown at the top of Linda Bobski's website. If you look closely, both my mother's accessories are included in that photo at the top of her page. Coincidence? I think not!
And just for a bit of added verification, I encourage you to visit this thief's website yourself at luxuryrealestatestaging.com Then decide for yourself who is really lying and who is being truthful about this whole ordeal.
#23 Feb 4, 2009
LOL! Did you do a check on Jeffrey Fulton? So your wife gets out of hand and you have to slap her around alittle bit huh? Alrighty then! Everybody have a great week and praise Jesus!
#24 Feb 4, 2009
Glory, I think you might want to be very careful on this one. Verify the link if you want. Just remember, you've been warned.
Jeffrey L. Fulton,
Special Agent in Charge
U.S. Department of Justice
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives
Kansas City Field Division
2600 Grand Avenue Suite 200
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
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