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This will be a long post. Brace yourselves. Hopefully, you’ll find it worthy of your time.

A couple of days ago, someone discovered the Serin Family Residence appeared to be in some sort of trouble. It seemed at that point that they were facing foreclosure.

Which shouldn’t be an issue when you have someone like Casey Serin as your son. I mean – he’s a RE expert, so he should be able to save Ma and Pa’s home . Right? Right?

Well, apparently, not quite. At least, according to the Internal Services Agency County Clerk / Recorder of the City of Sacramento

If you look closely at the document title – it’s a trustees’ sale. Now notice the book number.

20100112 – > January 12, 2010.

The following is the investigative work of a group of persons who wish to remain anonymous, but are to be commended for their dedication and hard work. All information has been obtained from Casey Serin’s own blog, Facebook wall and his Talkshoe recordings – documents which are or were in the public domain. No innocent mammals were hurt during the writing of this post.

This new information basically means that mom and dad have failed to make the payments on their home, and have been notified it’s about to be placed in a trustee sale. An eviction notice is not that far away.

Which brings us to some very interesting conclusions regarding the future of the Serins.

Here are the facts we know.

  • Casey cashed out the last of his GSPG stock – $10K.
  • He mentioned a couple of months ago he was “2 years ahead of schedule” regarding Island 2012 (his plan to buy an island by 2012 and form a community).
  • He worked as a valet for a while and quit his job.
  • Dad and mom never made payments on Casey’s “high interest”  debt, even though they signed as collaterals.
  • Steve is now in the army, away from home, after closing his blog – where he openly criticized his brother.
  • Casey was served a summons for collection of debt ($5K).
  • He started pimping something called “Freedom Club USA” one month ago. Apparently he paid them $300.

 

 The players:

FreedomClubUSA: their motto is “Convert debt to cash”. They are a new age / scam operation that promises you can get a payout from your Banks 56 times your debt (“Secrets they don’t want you to know” type of stuff).  

Trustee Sale: A public auction open to all bidders. 3 months after the Notice of Default is sent by regular and certified mail is the limit for making any payments, after that time the house goes to said sale. The address, name of owners and a description of the property is published on newspapers before the sale.

Mom and dad Serin:  Mom has always supported Kostya’s hare-brained schemes, but since ma and pa are about to become renters instead of owners, Casey’s future at home is pretty uncertain.  There are many questions left unanswered:  When did they learn they’d end up in foreclosure? What did they tell their sons? And how was everyone supposed to be helping?

Steve Serin: ran a blog for a while (escapemybrother.com) where he openly mocked his brother – for a while. Suddenly he had a change of heart and decided to close it up. He’s a decent, hardworking fellow who used to sell salvaged cars and is now in the army.

What may have happened.

Ma and Paw are suddenly surprised by the NOD that just arrived via certified mail. Boi-Toi-Genius Casey Serin tells them not to worry – he’ll take care of EVERYTHING (since he’s an expert at Real Estate). They decide to stop paying and start saving instead for several months of living expenses and a deposit for a rental, when they lose their home.

Casey becomes “overwhelmed” (as it always happened during IAFF, when he left for Australia, Tahoe, etc.) and drives his Vansion to Yankee Jim’s.  He decides he needs to save the family home, so he does what he knows best – gets stoned and does nothing. One night, he thinks he sees a meteor flying high up in the sky, with its fiery tail and loud sonic boom, and decides HE’s gonna buy an island with OPM by running a scam, taking his family along with him. Although, in retrospect, he may have hoped just to raise enough money to pay for the family home and forget about the island, since one of the things he emphasized the most was that there were to be “no guarantees” about anything.

Family sits still during 45 minutes of lunacy, provided by Casey Serin and recorded on video.

Father walks out of the presentation, mom gives Casey $10 or so. Casey presented the island as a solution to their collective problem of where to live / how to pay for their home, not as a business plan where he, himself, would start a new community. This is the reason why mom and dad never intervened – they believed their own son may save them from foreclosure by scamming people using a pyramid scheme.

Steve Serin decides he needs to protect his family from prying eyes, and decides the best way to deflect attention to them is by mocking his brother on his new blog – escapemybrother.com. The tactic works, and Casey’s “fans” don’t find out about the NOD. Meanwhile , Steve realizes his brother is truly an idiot, and joins the army, finally getting rid of Casey. This fits the 3 month timeframe between the NOD and the trustee sale.

The Island stuff doesn’t go anywhere, since Casey spends all day doing talkcasts while stoned, and making videos everyone makes fun of. His parents (probably because of Steve) decide to take away his Internet Access, and possibly force him to get a job after they notice there’s no money coming in.

As a valet in a nice restaurant in downton Sac.

He’s served a summons for $5K, but doesn’t seem to mind.

Casey soon gets bored with his job and looks for alternatives.

He first hints about leaving to some island in the South Pacific, and then talks openly about WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). This is attractive to him because he can run away from his summons, and will get him away from yet another foreclosure experience. At this point, he couldn’t care less about mom and dad, as we can hear at 49.30 in this recording.

Something must have happened in between that made him change his mind. He then finds FreedomClubUSA and is overjoyed when he discovers that it’s not the Serins whom owe the banks a lot of money – it’s the other way around! So he decides to pay $300 for more information (in typical Serin fashion, he’s the biggest mark).  Which turns out to be crap, but Casey wouldn’t know about it until later. Casey stops talking about WWOOF, brings down his Facebook wall, and stops any kind of communication. Why he decided to stay in Sac is still a mystery.

And thus, we get to January 12th, 2010. FreedomClub USA fails, Island2012 is nowhere to be seen, mom and dad can’t afford to make any payments, Casey has no money left, no job, Steve has left for the army, and Casey’s world as he knows it is about to fall apart. But I wouldn’t be surprised if he was blissfully unaware about this.

The end.

Casey Serin in a few weeks, at his own parents’ foreclosure sale.

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Comments on: "MyParentsareFacingForeclosurePartlyBecauseImAConMan.com" (15)

  1. FutureShock said:

    You forgot to mention that he’s an idiot.

  2. My guess — since Margarita and David Kulaga have their own place (per Facebook), the core of the Serin Crime Family will move in with them… at least on a temporary basis. I’m guessing they have an apartment, but who knows — maybe they defrauded a bank as well to live in a house they otherwise couldn’t afford. It would be quite a step down for both Casey and his parents… taking orders from their daughter and son-in-law. :-p

    As for Steve, he may be a hard-working guy with infinitely more ambition than his pot-smoking brother, but he’s an enabler when it comes to defending Casey. His blog was an opportunity to turn the heat up on his brother, exposing his stupidity once and for all. Instead he decides to troll people with psych-eval donation requests and no real info. Meh. I agree with you though that he’s likely joining the Army to get the hell away from his Looney-Tunes parents and brother.

  3. This is interesting.

    According to Margarita’s Facebook posts, THE ENTIRE SERIN FAMILY WENT ON HOLIDAY TO TAHOE.

    So this is where the missing $10K may have gone towards. Casey being Casey must have told his parents not to throw away good money – why should they pay for their home when they could take a lavish trip to Tahoe?

    Proof:
    Gypsy family living it up while their home goes to hell

    Taken from Margarita’s Facebook account.

    Gypsies. The Serins are a family of Gypsies.

  4. Homeless Beggar said:

    Notice that so many Serin photos have the retarded son at 45 degree angle as he leans in to be the centre of attraction.

  5. Mortgage Fraudster said:

    The ultimate picture demonstrating what a flaming narcissist Casey Serin is:

    This is a birthday party for a 20-something “adult”. I bet he demanded to have such a picture taken, demonstrating that everyone supposedly worships him, despite being a complete failure in every way. Constantly acquiescing to him has led to Casey’s having an absurdly inflated opinion of himself.

  6. I have been saying this for a long time.

    My prediction for 2010 is: Casey and the parents will make a break for Uzbek. By fleeing the country, their debt will become unrecoverable, while their remaining children go on to enjoy everything our fine country has to offer.

    Trust me. They *will* get the last laugh.

  7. Bernie Maddoff said:

    WTF!

    You are getting foreclosed on, so of course, you saddle up the whole clan and enjoy Lake Tahoe and environs, some fine dining, some graveyard stomping and statue hanging…

    Are these people collectively insane? Is there some sort of chemical leak in the Fair Oaks area that has corroded the brains of all of these fraud-minded sleazoids?

  8. Not to mention – take a look at that pic again. Everyone is in jeans and t-shirts, and Mr. Valet Parker himself is wearing a dress shirt and jacket. Casual attire seems to be too cheap for him, I guess.

  9. They are not going back to Uzbekistan, they are not Uzbeks. They’re Russians who were in Uzbekistan when is was part of the USSR and got stuck there when it broke up. There is nothing for them in Uzbekistan, its a total shithole with a brutal dictator, basketcase economy, and resurgent Uzbek nationalism.

    • Imprison Casey Serin said:

      There is nothing for them in Uzbekistan, its a total shithole

      These people are like locusts… live in Tashkent, destroy that country, move to the United States, destroy that country. WHERE WILL THESE PARASITES LAND NEXT??

      And I don’t care what anyone says about “small fish”… the Sacramento FBI should be embarrassed that this flamer is still running around, even taking vacation trips to Tahoe, for Christ’s sake…

    • Actually, what you mean was that there aren’t sucker banks in Uzbekistan for them to sponge off of. The Serin Crime Family will therefore remain in the West where there are institutions that such people can rip off.

  10. Bernie Maddoff said:

    “There is nothing for them in Uzbekistan”

    What do you mean?

    I thought you also said: “its a total shithole with a brutal dictator, basketcase economy, and resurgent Uzbek nationalism.”

    So, I’d say as ethnic Russian scammers, that’s the perfect spot for them to get what’s coming to them, no?

  11. WeWantTheFunk said:

    As it turns out, Steve did not join the Army after all. There was some kind of mutual agreement that he wasn’t a good fit for the chosen role, or something. Presumably he’s still doing the used-car thing in Sacramento.

    This comes from Casey, so take it with whatever size grain of salt feels appropriate.

  12. The Lake Tahoe trip could be an indication of future bankruptcy. From the individual’s point of view, someone who expects to go bankrupt might as well use the remaining cash on things that cannot be taken away, such as trips, or on the kind of things they will be allowed to keep, such as clothes.

  13. You should be careful. I am thinking about posting my “lion” photos. I think the world is ready.

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