- Report: #690443
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Complaint Review: Field Asset Services, Inc
Field Asset Services, Inc101 West Louis Henna Boulevard Suite 400 Austin, Texas United States of America
Field Asset Services, Inc home preservation, home cleanup, deutsche bank, indymac bank, onewest bank, illegal eviction Austin, Texas
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FIELD ASSET SERVICES, INC. calls itself a home preservation company. It actually operates as a FORECLOSURE SPECIALIST. This company hires local cleaning companies/robbers who attempt to or do in fact engage in breaking and enteringproperties even when people are still living in the homes legally.
Field Asset Services has been sued twice, along with Deutsche Bank, by a California couple and another couple out of Michigan. There may be many more incidents and lawsuits. The V.P. for this company who actively engages in hiring the local scum whomay break into your home is JOAN MOUGEL.
Field Asset Services hired Monster Mowers in the California incident and claimed alternately that they were never at the property, that if they were at the property, they did nothing wrong AND they are even BLAMING the couple themselves for the harm that these companies did to them.
The term "home preservation" in this case, really means "home destruction".
The company works hand in hand with Deutsche bank, IndyMac Mortgage Services, Inc. (a division of OneWest Bank) and of course, Matthew Jay Cohick, the owner of Monster Mowers in Lancaster, CA.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/03/2011 03:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Field-Asset-Services-Inc/Austin-Texas-78728/Field-Asset-Services-Inc-home-preservation-home-cleanup-deutsche-bank-indymac-bank-o-690443. 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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