- Report: #1045299
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Complaint Review: Texas Lending
Texas Lending4100 Alpha Road Dallas, Texas United States of America
Texas Lending Delbert Knight Deceived and Fraudulent Company Dallas, Texas
*Author of original report: Disappointed
*Author of original report: MAKING GOOD ON THEIR PROMISES
*Author of original report: Discrimination
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Then he call and stated that we need to rent our current house out even though this wasn't stated in the contract so we complied with this and the loan was still denied. He withdrew $499.00 out of our account without notifying us or our realtor and now he is stating that this money is no-refundable but the contract doesn't state this. He had us to send in $1000.00 earnest money in knowing that the loan wasn't going through. This company has waisted our time and money and the realtors and sellers are out of money also.
I think this company needs to be stopped and I wouldn't recommend anyone to use this company to get a home loan without researching everything before proceeding. I've never experienced anything like this and I hope I never have to again. This company has destroyed my hopes and dreams. Something needs to be done to stop this madness as soon as possible.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/22/2013 03:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Texas-Lending/Dallas-Texas-75244/Texas-Lending-Delbert-Knight-Deceived-and-Fraudulent-Company-Dallas-Texas-1045299. 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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