About this Website

Welcome to the ProSeAction blog.

Over the years, I’ve tried many ways to change things for the better: voting, campaigning, organizing, picketing, letter writing.  I even testified in front of Congress.  Despite all of these efforts, at best, the outcome was marginal.  Then I had the idea for Pro Se Action.

Since that time, as documented on this site, I have shown that it is possible for a common person to take their case in front of a judge, and get relief as a pro se litigant.  I believe that this approach could allow us to take our country back from the special interests who are currently calling the shots.

Unfortunately, our country is such a mess right now, that it is going to take a massive effort by citizens to take our country back.  While this site documents how to stand up to a much larger adversary, it’s going to take coordinated action to truly change things in a big way.  For that effort, please visit our sister site, OccupyTheCourts.org

Thank you for visiting.

Jay Fenello,
Site Founder and Pro Se Litigant


3 Responses to About this Website

  1. Isabel1170 says:

    The unnecessary abuse that Bank of America put me and my family through caused long-term damage. Due to Bank of America’s unnecessary threats of foreclosure (we were only behind one month because they asked us to in order to qualify for a loan mod), harassment and fraud, I became extremely stressed and almost suffered a stroke on the phone with them. The stress became so overwhelming that I acquired Fibromyalgia and became suicidal. I was constantly worried that we would lose our home and we would be out in the streets with two autistic children. I have had to deal with their racketeering practices. They have been trying to “steal” my home and trying to destroy my life for over two years. Every day that I wake up in pain, the only thing that comes to my mind are the words “Bank of America”. I become agitated just talking about them. I might be impaired but I am still fighting back. My husband and I filed a lawsuit against this evil bank in December 2010 WITHOUT an attorney. We are also Pro Se Litigants. Please read our press release: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-florida-couple-file-lawsuit-against-bank-of-america-for-mortgage-servicing-fraud-loan-modification-and-rico-without-an-attorney-1299633088.html

    If you would like more information about Bank of America’s racketeering practices please read here: “Bank of America is a Racketeering Enterprise?” http://www.piggybankblog.com/2010/11/16/bofa-racketeering/

    Jay, I sure hope you really hammer them good!!

  2. alasha says:

    Hi – you guys give ’em H3ll! My situation is somewhat different because I am a tenant of seven years in a house BOFA has foreclosed on and want to buy the house I presently live in from BOFA – my argument is they need to sell it to me dirt cheap because it was illegally foreclosed on in the first place! The REO agent is selling the house is not even giving me a chance – I need to figure out what standing I have to stop the sale and my eviction. – Title? maybe… I have also put a letter to my AG office to help because the bank has given so many different names to pay the rent to. When God Bless – I was hoping I could somehow join a classaction – mmmmm. GodSpeed to All!!!

  3. david says:

    If you know the person in this vid:

    instead of trying to get to a foreman on a grand jury, the proper relief is a Qui Tam action, brought in the Federal District where the defendant lives.

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