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Get the 411 on MERS

Tune in Friday, September 14th at 12 p.m. for The Susan Harmon Experience (SHE).  Christopher King, who filed a lawsuit on behalf of the citizens of Seattle, will join Susan in a conversation about MERS. You will learn what it is and why, as according to Susan the City of Seattle would rather be sued than respond to a public information request tendered three months ago seeking the Council and City Attorney Pete Holmes’ notes. The notes are from deliberations on the viability of suing banking and mortgage industry juggernaut MERS.

Susan say the Department of Financial Institutions has found MERS to be a fraudulent business practice and several counties in Oregon have sued MERS, with Multnomah County settling for $9M. She says others suits are pending.

In Seattle, the Council hired mortgage forensic specialist Marie McDonnell to review the matter and her report could have been used to sue MERS here, with money used to help the homeless as most wanted with the failed Head Tax. Instead, Susan asserts, City Council refused to allow McDonnell to present her findings and now refuses to provide any of their deliberations on the viability of suing MERS.

Something unique in the New Age, The Susan Harmon Experience (SHE) where metaphysics is grounded. A practical visionary, Susan Harmon discusses with her varied guests everything in our world from relationships to music, the environment to corruption, healing modalities to books and art and always with an eye towards positive solutions to both personal and world issues. Connect the dots with Susan as she addresses both spirituality and social justice issues that impact all our lives.

Your calls are welcome during the program. In addition to being an author and life consultant, Susan offers up to her listeners her many metaphysical and healing skills. Outside of radio, Susan works, with both groups and individuals as they explore the inner and outer forces affecting their lives. See her work in the documentary, Craigslist Joe.

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