- Report: #1021820
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Complaint Review: Attorney Alliance Union
Attorney Alliance UnionInternet United States of America
Attorney Alliance Union Justin Harris fraud , lie , fake , loan modification , refinance , loan mod , foreclosure, Internet
She then asked me to fill out paperwork and fax it to her. I told her it was the 12th of the month and I didn't have money to pay them since I had to pay my mortgage. She then told me not to pay my mortgage and pay them so they could process my file faster. I did it.
It was two weeks later that I finally got a hold of her and she had changed her tone with me. Not nice anymore and trying to get me to wait as much as possible for my file back. After a month I emailed with not a very nice message then she told me she'd send it to me right away. When I got the papers back it was the same file I filled out. Only the papers were a month old. [continued below]....
When I called Attorney Alliance Union they told me if I paid another $3000,00 they'd re-process my file with a legal attorney. Kim Williams , Justin Harris , Edward Brown... all a bunch of liers. Do NOT do business with them. If anyone have more info please email me at (((REDACTED))) @yahoo.com.
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