- Report: #347580
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Complaint Review: Countrywide Mortgage Company
Countrywide Mortgage Companycountrywide.com Semi Valley, California U.S.A.
Countrywide Home Loans Over valued my home now I am going into foreclouser because I can no longer afford the payments Semi Valley California
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When I filled out the loan I told the man how much I made a month. at the time I was physically healhier and was doing a little refurbishing of old furniture for friends. The agent told me to write down afigure that would be comporable to what I would make if I charged them. Then they made the loan for $50,000 and they told me it would be better if I paid my own Insurance and Taxes instead of a excore account to pay for these. This was the first home I had ever bought and knew nothing about the intigruals of home buying. Now I can not afford the payments and all the bills and have not paid June or July of 2008 payments as I dont have the money.
Also some one has stolen my identity and got cards and filed a false IRS Tax return in my name using my Social Security Number. this has made my credit rating very very poor. I need help as my mother and father always helped me but they have passed away. Thank you
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/04/2008 05:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Countrywide-Mortgage-Company/Semi-Valley-California-93062/Countrywide-Home-Loans-Over-valued-my-home-now-I-am-going-into-foreclouser-because-I-can-n-347580. 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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