WE’VE UPGRADED THE STORE!!! Partly out of frustration with the old platform and partly because the banks are gunning for us. They apparently don’t like our approach to their bogus mortgages and foreclosures. So they are putting maximum pressure on all payment processors to cut off servicing firms that help homeowners or consumers in distress. The processors are complying because the banks serve as sponsors into the national systems, and are threatening to withdraw their sponsorship and put the processors out of business entirely. It is an empty threat but the processors are taking it seriously.

Use your PayPal account or other payments methods. If you don’t have a PayPal account, start one — it won’t be long before PayPal overtakes the banks in providing all your banking services. The new service provider is WIX Volusion and it is sleeker and easier than anything we had with Intuit. And their customer service is great. We are still tweaking it, so be patient as we bring it to full capacity.

The customer service numbers are the same and the charges will show as either GTC Honors or Livinglies Store. On the West Coast 520-405-1688 and on the East Coast it is 954-495-9867. Northern Florida residents call 850-765-1236 for representation.

The Old store address was

So here’s what you need to know. We are converting entirely to Volusion/WIX, which you have probably seen on television. And we have converted to the PayPal payment platform exclusively. That doesn’t mean you can’t pay with credit cards and check cards but it does mean that you need to have a PayPal account. And if you want to use a debit card or credit card or check card you need to link it to your PayPal Account.

11 Responses

  1. Like I said…pity.

  2. Grow up.

  3. Thank you, E.Tolle—beautifully written and you are exactly right…unfortunately.

  4. Still sad and unloved, eh Christine? We surround ourselves with the things we value…it is obvious what you surround yourself with. Pity.

  5. This is from the book Holodeck Law where nothing is as it appears, and where the plaintiff is never to be seen again – with money.

    I hope this will help those good people who are still shocked over the reality of the court and justice systems, and also for some who still have not yet grasped what is occurring, or who are still unwilling to believe what they have seen with their own eyes.

    For those who have never watched the television classic “Star Trek,” according to this show, a holodeck is a computerized program that can “reproduce” a place of paradise, or a day in World War II, or whatever scene the characters choose to create. In the show, the hardworking spaceship inhabitants who needed a little “R & R” from the tireless tasks of captaining or crewing a spaceship would take breaks like we would take a vacation. These breaks, however, would be in a fantasy setting, the holodeck, where the participants could become a part of the program of their choosing. It is like playing a game of virtual reality. Except for the person using the program, all the characters on the stage of the holodeck are mere holographic images. Although everything looks real, it is not as it appears.
    Until this past year I had not realized, or connected the similarities between this fantasy holodeck and the shocking reality of our American courtrooms today, where, as in the holodeck, nothing is as it appears. But, like so many other things in life, as one accumulates knowledge, and uses their own experiences, observation skills, wisdom, and reevaluates what has been seen and heard, a reality or a truth becomes more apparent.

    The American courtroom is created by a legal aristocracy who will stop at nothing to keep money and power in the hands of a few “power-elite” control mongers. Much to my disappointment, at this stage in my legal career the eerie similarities between the runaway American courts and the fantasy holodeck can no longer be denied. This Divine Right of Kings is still alive and well, but hidden carefully within the bigger holodeck called America.
    Although we have been indoctrinated by our government-run schools to blindly believe that justice is found in the courtroom, the American Court is what I call “Holodeck Law” where nothing is as it appears. A television commercial coined the phrase, “image is everything,” and as long as the public is unaware that American “justice” is a mere image, the government hand will always be quicker than the public eye.

    Like the Wizard of Oz, who used smoke and mirrors to operate Oz from behind the scenes in virtual anonymity, but who was finally exposed for the fraud he truly was, it is imperative that the public discovers and exposes who is behind the curtain of our rogue justice system. Because of this unveiling I believe that “We the People,” must be the Fourth Branch of Government who must, collectively, look out for each other’s interests and provide the checks and balances our government was designed to perform. Hopefully, in taking this active stance, we will be able to restore justice so that we can again be the master and the government our servant as originally designed in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

    What I now refer to as the “courtroom holodeck” is the scene of the crime, and the stage where this chimera is played out. In this virtual reality the judges and attorney(s) are holograms (mere images of justice), all working in the labyrinth of a “Litigation Vortex.” The unsuspecting public who either gets sucked into the vortex (unwillingly brought into court) or suckered into the maelstrom (thinking that justice would be received through the legal system), are real characters, but they do not realize they are on the court holodeck, nor do they realize that they are not being protected, or zealously represented as was taught to them in our government-funded elementary schools. They do not realize that nothing is as it appears.

    If one falls on to the turf of the holodeck court, one must know the Holodeck Rule Book, who is the real enemy, and understand the holodeck strategies in order to survive and even sometimes thrive in the “Litigation Vortex.”

    When you voluntarily go into court you will find (or have found) that many times you will lose even though the law is clearly on your side. Then, after the loss, due to your sense of justice, you begin filing lawsuits or complaints against judges, you appeal decisions, and spend time and other resources thinking of other legal strategies for seeking recourse, etc. In essence, you are asking the judges to find themselves corrupt.

    When stated that way I think most of you can see that this is probably not going to happen. But even worse, you become occupied for years on a course that costs you large sums of money and keeps you busy with very little to show for it except perhaps high blood pressure. Most often you simply become even more outraged and impoverished than when you innocently started down this path many years before. Simply put, this is what I call the “Litigation Vortex” funneling into a Holodeck Court, where nothing is as it appears and where the plaintiff is never to be seen again — with money. I felt many might benefit and better understand what I say when I tell you to get off the courts’ “turf.”

    However, I have found ways to win in court. It is not impossible, but unless you know the “real” rules of court, you will not be able to endure or succeed in it. My strategy takes a lot of understanding of the facts, the law, the real strategies of the opposition (see Triangle and Two Defense), a thorough understanding of the overall corruptness of the system, an understanding of military strategies (believe it or not), and it becomes very case specific and tailored and must be tweaked as the case progresses. Be forewarned that this strategy is also a very dangerous one, especially for lawyers who use it, since by implementing it you eventually show the other side that you know their game and are not willing to play. An attorney or citizen may get to use this strategy between two to four times before he or she is exposed as an enemy of the state (not playing along with their game in their Holodeck Court). The system will then implement the “and two” part of the Triangle and Two Defense against you. Attorneys in particular are susceptible to this counterattack by the system.

    These are vignettes that may help you understand where you are in your litigation, what happened if you are already through your litigation nightmare, or will help you comprehend that the battle has to be fought off of the court’s turf. The writing is fairly short, and not at all inclusive, but I think it will help you be more effective and help stop doing the same things our poor predecessor citizens have unsuccessfully tried because they did not understand the real rules, or the real game. We must know what the opposition is doing so that we know how to combat it in all legal, nonviolent ways available.

  6. “…any purported transfer of a mortgage loan into the trust after the trust closing date in violation of the trust documents was void, resulting in no such transfer ever having occurred.


    People need to hear that from fighters. Not backseat drivers who folded as soon as the going got tough.

  7. “…any purported transfer of a mortgage loan into the trust after the trust closing date in violation of the trust documents was void, resulting in no such transfer ever having occurred.”


  8. Mortgage Company Sued for Giving Bonuses to Employees who Steered Homeowners to Bad Deals

    Monday, July 29, 2013

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has sued a billion-dollar mortgage company for rewarding its employees when they convinced homeowners to accept bad deals.

    Utah-based Castle & Cooke Mortgage was accused in federal court of paying out $4 million in bonuses to loan officers for steering consumers into unfavorable mortgages.

    The litigation represents the first time that CFPB has gone after a financial institution for this kind of business practice, which was common before the financial crisis last decade.

    Daniel Wagner at The Center for Public Integrity wrote that Castle & Cooke violated a federal prohibition on paying loan officers more when they sell loans with higher interest rates and fees.

    “Before the ban … the company paid employees kickbacks for pushing higher-rate mortgages – ‘the higher the interest rates, the higher the loan officers’ commissions,’” Wagner wrote.

    Then, after the ban went into effect, the company figured out a way around it: “They lumped the incentives into quarterly bonuses – ‘the higher the interest rates of the loans closed by a loan officer in the quarter, the higher the loan officer’s quarterly bonus,’” according to the complaint.

  9. It’s ever so dirty…. but you know that means you know that you are doing well when they extend that sort of effort against you. Keep it up. Meanwhile I see the U.S. Patent Office is busy checking me out since my people and I have posted about the way that BoA has patented securitization of FAILED 1003’s. Nice.

  10. FYI, Paypal did not like my website which mentioned the word “foreclosure.” So, I guess you cannot use the word foreclosure as the name of a website in any way. I hope it goes well.

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