Phone number 718-673-9029 called my cell phone several times a day for a couple of weeks, and I finally decided to answer it and tell them to stop calling, assuming it was a telemarketer. The man on the phone told me that they had all of my loan modification information and could help me have my mortgage loan modified. He knew that I had previously applied for a loan modification and had been denied. He then transferred me to a "specialist", Sasha King, who asked me to fax them a mortgage statement, pay stubs, and bank statements. I informed him that I had been denied a loan modification because my co-borrower would not sign a quit claim deed that allowed the mortgage company to base a modification on my income alone. His advice was to declare the co-borrower deceased and call the mortgage company, pretending to be the co-borrower, and give them a false phone number so that they could no longer reach the co-borrower. When I asked where they were located, he told me in an office on the tenth floor in Irvine, California. When I asked what their fees would be to help me get a loan modification, he would only say that it would equal "about the amount" my co-borrower was declining to pay on their share of the mortgage. He was very "fast-talking" and extremely vague when answering any of my questions. He stated that his company was FTC regulated in all fifty states, whatever that means. I could not find a legitimate web site for this company. He called the company "Attorney's Legal Network", but when I dialed their number, the call was answered "Nationwide Modification Association". I found no website under either of those names. This is an obvious scam to cheat people out of money and get ahold of their personal information, for identity theft purposes, I'm assuming. The other phone numbers they used were 949-382-1453 and a fax number of 949-382-1440. I would be very careful if dealing with this "company".
***UPDATE!!!!*** now the company has changed their name from Attorney's Legal Network to Professional Legal Network!!! What a scam! As soon as there are enough complaints online, they simply change their business name to something different! I did some deeper digging and I just found out that they even used to be called Attorney's Legal Group! All are the same company. I just got off the phone with another one of their so-called "case managers" by the name of Ray or Jay or something and he was first a "case manager" and then an "underwriter." SUCH SCAMMING!!! It took me a while to figure it out but I was able to tell that I was talking to the SAME EXACT PEOPLE AS BACK IN SEPTEMBER!!! I will be making a complaint with the Attorney General right after this. And I'll notify the BBB as well. But first the Attorney's General office. These people must be stopped!!! Watch out for these people! I'm gonna bring them down, even if I have to get all detective on them myself and dig deep! I WILL EXPOSE THEM!!!