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Complaint Review: The Mortgage Law Group
The Mortgage Law Group233 S Wacker Dr Chicago Il Internet United States of America
The Mortgage Law Group Unfulfilled promises Internet, Internet
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In December I gave them the updated documents they needed. And was advised it was still progressing. In January, you guessed, another $500 nicely is paid to them. I contact them, as I'm starting to get foreclosure papers in the mail. They state they are agressively working on my account to keep it from being sold. You guessed it, I get letters from lawyers from my mortgage company and a sale date had been set. I called the mortgage law group, they are still agressively working to save my home. I had to borrow over $12,000 to bring my mortgage current to stop the foreclosure. This company did nothing.
About a week ago I got a letter from my mortgage company, stating I had hired a lawyer (in Aug of 2011), and they are just being notified. It seems to me that no one had even contacted my mortgage company, until the threat of foreclosure was iminent. Now, since I've cancelled with them, they are not sure if I will get a refund back or not. So, if my calculations are right, I paid $12,000 to bring my loan current, then another $3995.00 to them for I'm really not sure for what yet??? That brings my total to $15,995.00. And I did all the work. Here's my advise, stay away. Run as fast as you can. Work with your mortgage company. All I want is my $3995.00 back, since I did not receive any help at all......
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/23/2012 03:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Mortgage-Law-Group/internet/The-Mortgage-Law-Group-Unfulfilled-promises-Internet-Internet-843593. 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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