- Report: #755191
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Complaint Review: Real Time Resolutions
Real Time Resolutions1750 Regal Row, Dallas, TX 75235 Dallas, Texas United States of America
Real Time Resolutions 2nd Mortgage Debt Collection on Foreclosure from 3 years ago in Illinois Dallas, Texas
*Consumer Comment: Real Time Resolutions ~ problems & solutions
*Consumer Comment: I am so sorry for you...RTR is horrible
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I foreclosed on my primary residence in IL nearly 3 years ago. I have been contacted by Real Time Resolutions who is trying to recoup
the money from the 2nd mortgage which was a purchase mortgage from the bank (80%/20%) split mortgage. I originally owed $242k on the property when it foreclosed and the property sold for $108k. They are threatening a judgment against me and/or are talking about a settlement or modification. The entire thing seems extremely shady and even though they are offering a settlement they are not willing to budge.
It seems that this company goes out and buys bad debt from the banks and then tries to collect on it from innocent people that got shafted in the banks mortgage boom. Banks got bailouts so where are the consumer bailouts? The government needs to put a stop to this type of harassment. We couldn't afford the mortgage in the first place and had to give up our home. Leave us alone already.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/19/2011 10:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Real-Time-Resolutions/Dallas-Texas-/Real-Time-Resolutions-2nd-Mortgage-Debt-Collection-on-Foreclosure-from-3-years-ago-in-Ill-755191. 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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