poor screetch!!

  1. http://getdshirts.com/the_story.html

    I'm Dustin Diamond and you probably remember me from the hit TV show Saved By The Bell. After the show ended I decided to leave Sunny Cailfornia for the midwest. My crappy credit meant that getting a loan for a house would be tough. I began looking and finally purchsed one on a land contract. I was thrilled! Now I call Wisconsin my home.​
    During the past years the land around me has developed for the better and my property value went way up. Now that the house is worth a lot more they want it back. Knowing my credit is bad, getting a straight mortgage would take some time. I received a letter stating that I had 30 days to pay $250,000.00 or get out. I was not thrilled.
    Calling an old friend with lots of connections, I was finally referred to a man named Arthur Giraldo who works for New York Capital Exchange. "If he can't do it, it can't be done." Arthur was said to be an expert in land contracts and a guru when it came to getting difficult loans done. Indeed Arthur sold himself highly and away we went to save my house. I was told not to worry, that it wouldn't be a problem and that everything would be done quickly, as was needed.​
    I sent everything he asked for and signed all the papers that were sent to me. The closing date was to be set and he would have a lawyer who was in Wisconsin come to the closing with me. Arthur even said he was going to fly out himself and be there for the closing. The days went by and I never heard from him. I called and left message after message but never got a call back. I finally called from another number from the road (I travel the U.S. doing stand up comedy) and he picked up. As if we had all the time in the world, he brushed it off and said again not to worry. Everything was moving ahead and all is well. He set yet another closing date, but that came and went. ​
    Meanwhile, all was not well and they still want the house. As days crept by and still no calls from Arthur, I was forced to threaten calling every day, all day long, every hour on the hour til I got a call back. Alas, I get a call back. "Don't worry. Everything's moving ahead and all is well." Less than thrilled.​
    This avoidance goes on and on for some time until...

    "You got Served"​
    That's right, yours truly gets served with a notice to foreclose. They're gonna take my house! I'm gonna be homeless! Dustin Diamond homeless in Wisconsin. BULL****! Time to call up New York Capital Exchange and set them straight! My message went something like this... ​
    "Tell Arthur Giraldo that I just got served and was told that he hadn't contacted the holder of the land contract for over a month, never sent any papers over and as such, I am losing my house. If he doesn't call me back I'll go to Howard Stern and tell the world (New York especially) how he does business. Let's face it, if he can't find the time to work on a mortgage for a famous celebrity, how will he handle the average person?"​
    In more words than one I was told basically... "Go f... yourself!"​
    One phone call later I was telling the Stern show what had happened.
    Time to pay the piper Arthur. You shouldn't have f...ed with the Dman.​
    At this point I have less than 40 days to save my house and I'm calling out to anyone who will listen. ​
    1. I want Arthur to lose his cushy job at NYCE where he screws over the working man then laughs at their expense.​
    2. I ask you to join my fight against injustice by helping to save my house.​
    I've designed a T-shirt for all of you to wear to show your support. All monies go towards Saving My House!​
    1. A $15.00 donation will get you a comfortable and stylish cotton T-Shirt telling the world you helped save my house.​
    2. A $20.00 donation will get you that same T-Shirt signed by me with my special message "F*** Giraldo".​
    First we rallied to Free Wynona. The next time we Voted For Pedro. This time we'll Save Screeech's House!​
    Please rally behind me and together we can end the feeble handling of peoples futures by Arthur Giraldo and at the same time SAVE MY HOUSE!
    ~ Dustin Diamond​
  2. Oh boo hoo.

    Sounds like his poor credit was his problem. He was irresponsible and screwed up his credit then decided to take a shortcut and now we are all supposed to bail him out.

    He was a loser on the show and it appears to have carried over into real life.

  3. Can't he just get a reality show like that Brady kid?
  4. Haha, I think Screetch is using "famous celebrity" a little liberally here. Why didn't he just buy a house AND the land that it's on, I mean, even with bad credit you can negotiate a mortgage with a rather high interest rate...or he should have gotten a condo or something, not gone for a land contract.
  5. Famous celebrity..RIGHT! wow that sucks he is losing his house. What that guy did was bad. Didnt he make any money from saved by the bell..maybe its time for him to go on the Surreal Life =D
  6. LMAO...is it for real????? [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
  7. Wow is all i can say about him...all this time never hear about him and then boom he needs help, yeah ok
  8. How sad. I wonder where all the money went that he made on that show? I have heard sooo many stories about child stars who had parents and managers that just robbed them blind. What a shame.
  9. Aaaaaaw! I loved saved by the bell and Screetch was my favorite. Poor Screetch :sad:
  10. *YAWN* whatever..........
  11. spoof.

    just kidding *snicker*
  13. He needs to get back with Zach Morris. Zach will think of a zanny scheme that will involve making a calendar with Jessie, Kelly and Lisa, or going on a game show or forming a band, and they'll raise all the money to save Screech's house, and Screech will learn a valuable lesson about not screwing around with a mortage company.

    God, I loved that show!
  14. Too bad...but no sympathy here.
  15. I feel the same way. He's basically like a normal guy now; no superstar status, and normal people have money problems all the time. I feel like saying "Jesus man--get your sh*t together and deal." Oh well, that's just my take.