- Report: #1158549
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Complaint Review: Mortgages Banks
Mortgages Banks Mortgage Bank Rob Reality tv show couple of $50.000 mortgages deposit,using stalling tactics atlanta georgia Nationwide
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I am a tv view of the reality tv show Married to medicine, i saw this episode were about Toya Bush Harris and Dr. Eugene Harris received bad news that they were going to lose their $50000 earnest payment,
Toya Bush-Harris and husband, Dr. Eugene Harris, an emergency physician received bad news that they were going to lose their $50,000 earnest payment if they couldn’t come up with another $10,000 as requested by the seller.
It seems the couple is having a difficult time with financially closing a loan'
What i saw was a legal scam to rob the poor and minority of their hard earn money and to cause homeless for some.the bank was stalling the mortgage closing for a year and at the end the seller requesting a extra $10. [continued below]....
Example if you sell some one $50.000 fake diamonds the buyer can go to the police have your a*s lock up.What you think the police would say if this couple reported to the police that they was rob by their bank police would laugh at them. and say try the Civil Courts
Beware Home Buyers of the Deposit Scam And ripOff with any bank ALL WAY Use THE mortgage escape clause
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