I had another email conversation with a Fidelity National Title claimant. She felt that no matter what she presented nor how she presented it especially when it was obvious that the title company was responsible and wrong - that they had a law or legal precedence with an "angle" to make them not responsible. And she expressed a desire that the tables could be turned on the title company.
She expressed gratitude for the directions and advice that the blog and I provided. But she expressed a fear that Fidelity National Title was reading the blog and could be using it to find more ways to "hide under the radar". And she wondered if David Saag had been able to help any of the individuals that I had referred to him.
First, on David Saag, I have not heard that he has been able to help any of the individuals that I have referred to him. If I personally was having a difficulty with a claim with Fidelity now I certainly would contact him and other executives and I would not depend on the Claims Counsel assigned to my claim to handle it and handle it properly.
And I do not know if anyone from Fidelity National Title is reading this blog. No one has contacted me nor offered any commentary on what is being written. Nor is anyone offering to answer the myriad of questions that I have asked in any capacity - let alone from the viewpoint of Fidelity National Title Company or Fidelity National Title Insurance Company.
So are they using the information on this blog to find new and unique ways to "hide under the radar"? I certainly hope not as my purpose is to raise questions, to explain to people who are thinking of using Fidelity National Title Company to protect their real estate investment to carefully weigh this choice and make sure that they are well protected and to unite people who are in claims with Fidelity National Title Insurance Company with as much information as possible so that they can have success and not experience what I did.
To that end - I will continue to research not only Fidelity National Title but the title insurance industry so that we (the consumers) all can benefit.