- Report: #1054931
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Complaint Review: Alia Law Group
Alia Law Group1518 Walnut St Suite 1506 Philadelpha , Pennsylvania USA
Alia Law Group took money for a loan mod and did not do it Philadelpha Pennsylvania
*Consumer Comment: Drew Alia still operating a scam
*Author of original report: sherry 715-559-0446
*Consumer Comment: Alia Law Group / Foreclosure Law Center
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I hired the Alia Law Group in August of 2011, Justin explained everything to me and told me that it would take 90 days to complete and that Bank of America was one of the banks that was harder to deal with. Then my case got asigned to Kiana Cooper, I sent all the docs that was needed for the mod. The bank then adjourned the foreclosure sale, which happened several times they either cancelled it or adjourned it for several months. Several times i got letters from Bank of America asking for more docs, so i would email or call Kiana, when calling Kiana and the voice message picks up it says that she will get in touch with you with in 24 to 48 hrs, but that never did happen whenever i would call and leave a message. There was one time in 2012 that she went on vacation and did not call to tell me or give my case to someone else to work on, and during that week on got a package for more docs that needed to be turned in by the following week, so i made my copies and emailed them to her in a pdf form and did not hear from her as if she got them or not, so i called several times i finally left a message that stated her message of calling back within 24 to 48 hrs, when i did get to talk to her that is when she told me she was on vacation. Sever times in the past 1 and a half nothing was done but more docs and delaying the sale. Finally in Dec of 2012 got a brown envelope on my door to call Bank of America, i even emailed Kiana about this envelope several times and no response, When i finally got a hold of her she told me everything was fine, but it was not, when i got her to call the bank she sent me an email and said that the bank could not make up there mind on what size payment to give us so they decided to go forward with the sale and that if i wanted to stop it i had to file chapter 13 bankruptcy. So i did that and after doing that found out through a different company that i did not have to file the bankruptcy. I then hired this other company and had my loan mod done in about 45 days. They took $3000 out of my account and i should be asking for the $281 back as well for the bankruptcy file i did not have to do.
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