- Report: #968728
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Complaint Review: Loan Depot
Loan DepotInternet United States of America
Loan Depot BEEN RIPPED OFF! PAID $495 IN ADVANCE NO REFI!!! I am disabled, and they know this. I have excellent credit. I put in for a refi September 26, 2012. Today is November 13, 2012 and NO REFI. I hav Internet
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Around October 15th, I hear from the loan processor, Dave Love. He requested several items, which I faxed promptly. Around the 20th, I realized it was getting close to the 30 days and I contacted both of these guys. Next thing I know, I am being asked to provide proof of permanent disability! I sent in a copy of my permanent disability placard signed by my doctor. Next Dave Love stalls saying he had to check with the appraiser regarding permanent bars on a window in my garage! I've refinanced twice in the past, never a problem.
Now, neither of them or some women named Caroline will email or call me back. I have an email from Michael Fink assuring me the return of the $495 if I didn't receive the loan.
Disgruntled and disgusted
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/13/2012 04:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Loan-Depot/internet/Loan-Depot-BEEN-RIPPED-OFF-PAID-495-IN-ADVANCE-NO-REFI-I-am-disabled-and-they-kno-968728. 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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