- Report: #780376
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Complaint Review: Jeffrey A Smith Law Group
Jeffrey A Smith Law Group542 NW University DR. Suite 101 Internet, Florida United States of America
Jeffrey A Smith Law Group JA Smith Law Mortgage modification claims from this group produce more trouble! Internet, Florida
*Consumer Comment: What about us?
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Post above is from ex employee that was fired for using dope.
*Consumer Comment: HOW TO GET YOUR MONIES BACK
is the one who deals with clients:
We never heard anything from anyone, except when they wanted money. The promises they made sounded good, but caveat emptor, "buyer beware".
Once they get your money, the shock begins. We finally had some young girl send back a HAMP form we sent them, stating we needed to fill it out and she would "submit it".
$2500 to submit a form? What would anyone need them for? BTW, this one thing took FIVE MONTHS!!
Rusty Akins then calls and threatens clients who don't want to pay for "no services". Rusty Akins was arrested for mortgage fraud, conspiracy and racketeering. Why doesn't Florida do something about groups like this? And, how can they threaten other people?
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