- Report: #394659
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Complaint Review: Saxon Mortgage
Saxon Mortgagewww.saxonmortgage.com Ft. Worth, Texas U.S.A.
Saxon Mortgage Class Action Suit Needed Ft. Worth Texas
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Finally, in June 2008, we talked to yet another representative that told us that they would never consent to a deed in lieu without first attempting to sell/short sell. So we immediately listed the house. NOTHING but harassing phone calls. Oct. 17, 2008, my husband talks to a representative who argued with us that we really had the money to be paying and would not listen that we weren't just walking away from our debt. After arguing with her for almost an hour, she reluctantly said the deed in lieu papers would be sent to us and that the foreclosure sale would be on Nov. 12, 2008. We received an identical set of papers that we filled out in May. Again, we sent them in.
We waited several weeks for the deed in lieu papers and I called Saxon to find out where they were. I was told that the papers hadn't been processed - that it would take weeks. I asked what we were supposed to do since the sale was one week away - the representative said according to his records - the sale had not been set yet. I AGAIN requested the deed in lieu papers.
We just found out Sat. that the sale has been set for Dec. 1, 2008 - the notices had been sent to the old address which the mail carrier had been too lazy to forward (mail was jammed in the mail box and laying on top). In addition, our realtor's locks have been removed and we have been locked out of the property illegally.
Las Vegas, Nevada
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/24/2008 05:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Saxon-Mortgage/Ft-Worth-Texas/Saxon-Mortgage-Class-Action-Suit-Needed-Ft-Worth-Texas-394659. 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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