August 2017 Blog Posts (4)

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos – Uninformed Victim or Extortionist Ringleader?

I believe that it is the responsibility of public institutions, such as Department of Education, to identify and resolve problems instead of creating and prolonging them. This is especially true when the problems are serious by nature, such as usage of extortion, document fabrication, involuntary servitude, bullying and harassment. In the case that is being addressed here these problems, which have been documented on StopExtortion.org, seem to be rooted in the Department of…

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Added by Thomas Eklund on August 29, 2017 at 6:35pm — No Comments

U.S. Department of Education Freedom of Information Denial Service Center Odyssey Continues, Part 2

Based on my experience that is documented on StopExtortion.org, I can say that the U.S. Department of Education Freedom of Information (FOIA) Service Center is knowingly and systematically avoiding producing accurate and relevant FOIA request related information. It is in the business interests of the Department of Education to do so. Thus, there are obvious strong motivational forces in place for the Department of Education employees not to comply with the Freedom of…

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Added by Thomas Eklund on August 23, 2017 at 6:00pm — No Comments

U.S. Department of Education Freedom of Information Denial Service Center Odyssey Continues

Sadly, it seems indeed that the U.S. Department of Education Freedom of Information (FOIA) Service Center should be renamed Department of Education Freedom of Information Denial Service Center. At least in my case this FOIA Service Center has little to do with freedom of information and much to do with denying to honestly provide accurate information that would help to move the case forward.

As I state below, the longer this dispute continues, the stronger…

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Added by Thomas Eklund on August 15, 2017 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Complaint #2 Against Action Financial Services, LLC Collection Agency False Advertising and Breach of Contract (with Oregon Attorney General)

In higher education related areas we currently have a system where a collection agency can make monetary demands accompanied with threats and also promises to provide debt validation in the process. However, when debt validation is requested the collection agency can send irrelevant material or not respond at all and state that the company no longer works on the particular account. So, the student loan collection agencies are allowed to hit and run and move on to the next…

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Added by Thomas Eklund on August 8, 2017 at 6:58pm — No Comments

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