- Report: #673854
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Complaint Review: Thomas C. Matevia, law firm
Thomas C. Matevia, law firm250 West Indiantown Road Jupitter, Florida United States of America
Thomas C. Matevia, law firm because of you i'm in foreclosure Jupitter, Florida
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i had a modification done in 2009 by a hud representative. It all went well and smoothly. Then in October of 2009 my husband lost all his overtime causing us to live on 39 thousand less a year. we tightened our belts but had to rob peter to pay paul. i was referred to a ron myers who worked for the law offices of thomas c. matevia..he guaranteed me that the new laws support special circcumstances for VA home loans and that the rule of waiting 3 years did not apply to us. Please be advised that theses people shifted me from department to department for 10 months. after a few weeks with each person they gave me all the answers i needed. i checked with my mortgage company and all seemsed to be okay until the next person. that will be iffy for a few weeks then they seemed to be giving my mortgage all they required. but after being denied 9 different modifications i was panic'in and so i called the foreclosure attorney. [continued below]....
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