Launches Break Though Social Community To Aid Homeowners Fighting Foreclosure

Irvine, CA (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Distressed homeowners, nationwide, now have a way to reach out to other people who are in similar situations and make a difference. This social community breaks new ground in the fight against foreclosure but with an ethical twist. The foreclosure market has become flooded with companies and law firms offering loss mitigation services with outrages fees. Most homeowners are unaware of the true impact of these costs because of the emotional stress they are enduring.

As a member of, a member can share their experiences, views, thoughts and most importantly, success stories with others who are also facing foreclosure. Members can join, participate, add comments as well as create their own Forums, Blogs and Groups. also offers members, helpful links to websites that offer unbiased assistance to homeowners as well as valuable governmental links that the Obama Administration has put into effect to help homeowners maintain their mortgage payments during the most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression. Members also can track foreclosure rescue scams through “Fraud Watch” where as members can also help police the internet of fraudulent business practices as they prey on helpless Americans. Mortgage calculators are available for members to analyze their current financial situation and see if they are eligible to modify their loan with their mortgage provider. encourages everyone to join. “We want every American, regardless of their financial status, to have the opportunity to hold on to their home, “the American Dream” in the most ethical and cost effective way possible.” Jeffrey Bitetti, Co-Founder of said of the launch of the BETA Social Community. has plans on releasing personal correspondence programs starting at $49.95 to $299.95 to assist members with the challenge of dealing with their lenders. Members will also receive other value added services. These programs are intended to restore hope and help the members save thousands of dollars that are currently being charged unethically from attorneys and loss mitigation companies nationwide. Bitetti added “These programs will not only help our members communicate with their lenders more resourcefully but give them the confidence to do it themselves rather than wasting thousands of dollars they don’t have.” will offer members a “Good Faith Guarantee” with all personal correspondence plans. “We guarantee to help every homeowner and renter with the proper instruction, correspondence and assistance needed to save their home” Said Bitetti. is planning a promotion to award one member an entire month's worth of their Mortgage Expenses* for their most touching and compelling true story. “We want our members to know that they're not alone. Whether you are late on your mortgage payments, in the process of a loan modification or short sale, about to lose your house to foreclosure or if you've been a victim of mortgage fraud, we want to know your story!” added Bitetti. In order to participate in the promotion, homeowners must join as a member and post their true story in the designated forum. Terms and conditions to the promotion apply.

Anyone can join the social community for free by simply visiting Bitetti stated, “With our services, we save you time, which in most cases, is more important than money. Our members can’t afford to lose their time, much less their home.” is not a law firm and does not give legal advice to any member for mortgage, loss mitigation, short sale or any such related service. Discussions, Blogs and Forum posts are opinions from members regarding their real life experiences and not that of and its affiliates. Personal Correspondence Services offered through are intended to assist participating member in relaying information between the member and their lender only and are not intended to give advice.


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Press Release Submitted On: April 27, 2009 at 8:09 am
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