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allen c.

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Don't play any lottery games in Illinois, they will not pay you if you win. It seems instead of keeping monies from the games to pay out Illinois has been using it for other means.
Mega and Power ball has dropped the state, so should you


Zillow allows manipulation of prices. Example property has been listed say with auction com aka auction con, which bids up the property internal, Zillow uses last bid for price sale or no sale, wait these bids are generated by auction com. How can they use them? Property may have ran through auction com many times and bid generated by auction com, yet Zillow uses the last bid price. Watch this scam Zillow is aware of this and allowing it..


I for one don't understand how the states attorney general(s) would allow this practice to continue. If you read thru these post you should get an understanding that if you are bidding on a property via their web site, you most likely are bidding against yourself.
Auction con should be the proper name for that site.
If you start bidding on a property that has a reserve, might as well pay full price via a broker, wait until it goes back to the lender. Auction con will counter bid any bid including their own counter bids to jack up the property to the reserve. So you want to be screwed more? If it is owner occupied, add another 10k plus whatever damages which could be considerable, and if that prior owner had outstanding debts
There may be lien rights to follow against that property even thou it was foreclosed.
You are in a no win game with auction con. I have seen them relist a property maybe 9 times, i think part of it may be the lender trying to get the insurance from the loan. Only if HUD knew what games were being played by these lenders to gain more monies from the insurance. Or is it freddymac don't know.
Again as stated by others here, you have no recourse against auction con, take a look at their closing docs. Best advise stay away, report to your local attorney general..

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