- Report: #237842
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Complaint Review: Nationwide Property Inspection
Nationwide Property Inspection2843 E. Grand River #163 East Lansing, Michigan U.S.A.
Nationwide Property Inspection They also go by Foreclosure Bank Inspector Co. Ripoff East Lansing Michigan
*UPDATE Employee: WE ARE NOT A FRAUD OR SCAM
*Consumer Comment: This company is so full of it.
*UPDATE Employee: Foreclosure Bank Inspection Company is a fair based company.
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When I called and spoke with Jay Vincent,owner, he informed me I would receive an application in the mail to become a sub-contractor. According to him the company doesn't call individuals to become sub-contractors they would have to call in and request to become a sub-contractor. However one of the supervisors informed they do ont mail applications instead you have to apply for auto insurance and send at least 100 letters to banks and attorneys who purchase foreclosured houses.
In the Foreclosure Kit it doesn't explain a sub-contractor has to sent out over 100 letters to get a response. This is very important information that other people should know about. They need to know in order to work with Nationwide Property Inspections you have to pay $89, then $200 for insurance, $39-50 to mail letters a week, parking fees to visit the courthouse on a weekly basis.
According to the website the cost of the background check has been reduced to $69.
When I requested a refund I was told that I would not be refunded $89.
Charlotte, North Carolina
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/02/2007 03:04 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Nationwide-Property-Inspection/East-Lansing-Michigan-48823/Nationwide-Property-Inspection-They-also-go-by-Foreclosure-Bank-Inspector-Co-Ripoff-East-237842. 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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