A well respected foreclosure defense attorney, Thomas Cox proves Joseph Esquivel, owner of Mortgage Compliance Investigators, is a scammer.
“I bumped into this con artist back in 2013 and wrote the attached article about his con game… in case you want to see how totally looney the guy is”: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=forums&srcid=MDYwMDAzOTAyMzU3OTcyMzc4MzgBMDYyODYyNjc3NDQyNTA2MDEyOTgBZ1kwRkdvMUJCQUFKATAuMS4xAQF2Mg
Sadly, a quick search will show dozens of homeowners lost their homes; worse yet we couldn’t find even one case where a homeowner was successful. It’s clear anyone relying on Esquivel’s “inaccurate legal conclusions,” and “erroneous statements of law” will lose their home. See, ERNESTO McKENZIE v. M&T BANK case. In the very last footnote of the case, the court makes it clear, this Esquivel character is totally incompetent and has no idea what he’s talking about. https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=12352845220372117433&q=%E2%80%9CJoseph+Esquivel%E2%80%9D+foreclosure&hl=en&as_sdt=6,33.
The court cites several cases where homeowners lost their homes using Esquivel’s worthless audits. The court: “The Court notes that this is not the first time that borrower-homeowners have relied on Esquivel’s ‘inaccurate legal conclusions,’ despite the fact that he is not a lawyer and has ‘not shown competence’ to provide legal advice or testimony regarding chain of title issues.” The court further notes: “Mr. Esquivel’s affidavit is “replete with erroneous statements of law and is wholly unhelpful to a resolution of the case let alone to be admitted as any expert opinion.”