- Report: #614172
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Complaint Review: CHASE Home Finance And First American Real Estate Tax Service
CHASE Home Finance And First American Real Estate Tax Service1 First American Way Westlake, Texas United States of America
CHASE Home Finance And First American Real Estate Tax Service FASLO Solutions Chase makes a payment on our account because of FARETS error. Farets wants us to pay them back. Westlake, Texas
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We received a letter from FASLO Solutions stating that First American Real Estate Tax Service (FARETS) had mistakenly provided Chase with our tax bill infomation. Chase has no financial interest in our property. Chase made our tax payment. When the error was found, FARETS paid Chase the money that was paid on our taxes. Now FARETS is trying to collect the money from us. We have checked with the county treasurer, and the payment is real. The county treasurer is willing to cut Chase a check for the amount and deduct it from our tax bill. FARETS does not want that to happen. They want the money directly from us.
This feels like some kind of money laundering scam. Chase and FARETS have worked together to buy home loans and then foreclose them. We know they have a relationship.What can we do to get them out of our lives?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/14/2010 03:19 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CHASE-Home-Finance-And-First-American-Real-Estate-Tax-Service/Westlake-Texas-76262/CHASE-Home-Finance-And-First-American-Real-Estate-Tax-Service-FASLO-Solutions-Chase-makes-614172. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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