- Report: #1010046
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Complaint Review: Triton Legal
Triton Legal4600 E Sunset Road, #206 Henderson, Nevada United States of America
Triton Legal Chris Yates , April Miller Company claimed to help with HSBC. Spent $3999. for nothing. Henderson, Nevada
I learned from Chris Yates , That HSBC will never be sued because they are a foreign bank:
I explained clearly How was I qualified to have council with Triton Law, when all along there was no intention of a law suit???? I was told Triton law specializes in these matters , specializing in banks such as HSBC. The Founding Triton law firm was The Bull dog of the industry??? It was very clear that HSBC was my lender. I also knew from my experience the last 3 years that it would very likely come down to a law suit. I would not NEVER have paid $3,995.00 if I was told this from the beginning. How can a bank own Mortgage contracts in the USA and no law applies to them? This was a toxic loan from the beginning. Predatory lending. 125% loan to value. All kinds of grounds against the broker Heartland mortgage which initiated this contract 2006 that originally was a Fanny May Freddy Mac loan in 1998. Im certain I am not the only one that has been rear ended when wrongly approved and excepted by Triton Law. I will graciously except a refund for being miss led and services not rendered.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/06/2013 05:38 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Triton-Legal/Henderson-Nevada-89014/Triton-Legal-Chris-Yates-April-Miller-Company-claimed-to-help-with-HSBC-Spent-3999-f-1010046. 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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