Stop Foreclosure Ebook

Project REconomy Ebook "The Lord of the Purse" is the long awaited release of the Good Grief America workshop training in book form! Compiled over the last three years of research, working with over 1,000 homeowners to push back on forelcosure, and with our network of attorneys to set strong legal precedent against the banks in Oregon, this Ebook is your guide to understanding and taking empowered action in a foreclosure.

Who this ebook is for

Reading the ebook is step 1 for homeowners who want to take their power back and protect themselves in a personal foreclosure. This can mean many things based on the specific needs of each family, the ebook covers how to preotect yourself if you choose to walk away, how to buy time in your home in order to start over, and how to fight back through the courts. Written by someone who has been through the shock, grief, anger, confusion and depression of facing foreclosure and who has worked with over 1,000 families in Oregon fighting foreclosure, it is a practical, user-friendly guide. 

Brief Synopsis

The ebook is divided into four sections and is available in printable .pdf format. There is homework at the end of each section to help people work through all of the emotions, information, and shifts in thinking that are required to take back our power in a foreclosure or debt situation. 

Introduction: The Squidmasters of Wall Street - This introduction sums up the problem and what is keeping us from doing something about it.

Part I: The Fellowship of the Purse - This section will cover the history and the players that brought us to this point. This includes those leaders and Wall Street players who orchestrated and were the architects of our current engineered financial collapse. It also includes us: Americans, homeowners, business owners and employees of industry. We need to understand the part we played as well, so we can change course. Most folks are expecting Capitol Hill and the White House to fix the problem, but there are only a few of them and many of us. Perhaps we have our eyes turned in the wrong direction. It is time for the 99% to be organized, empowered and launched into action.

Part II: The Journey of Profit - This section will detail how greed intoxicates the players beyond anything we can imagine, and creates the spiral to the economic bottom. We will cover how the players profited, and are still profiting, by creating the largest casino that planet Earth has ever seen, and how we can put a stop to it. 

Part III: Return of the Purse - The fun starts in this section. We take the reader on an adventure to enlighten the darkness of humanity and bring the purse back to Main Street where we can rebuild a sustainable economy. We will define the “Power of the Purse” and how to use it for our own benefit. We call this “Project REconomy”. Part III has an extensive buffet of choices so each family can chose their individual path out of this economic challenge. We cover how to turn liabilities (houses and other debt) into assets and reclaim our lives. This is where the fun, magic and mystery of economics meets the road. 

To get your copy: Email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to get your copy. We are requesting a $49.00 donation that will go to our general fund to keep the office going. If you cannot donate $49.00 at this time, donate whatever you can and help spread the word. We want this information to reach as wide an audience as possible.


Disclosure: We are not attorneys, certified public accountants (CPAs), loan or modification officers. We give no advice in these areas, but rather share our research, activities and resources that have been used to gain traction on foreclosure issues.



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