- Report: #1098823
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Complaint Review: home remedy group
home remedy group4500 campus dr suite 430 newport beach, California USA
home remedy group dennis serna was supposed to modify mortgage loan as i am in forclosure now .paid them 4,500 dollars and them have not done anything to help ,their phone has been disconected. for 3 weeks now i have been trying to get in touch with them newport beach California
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: WE ARE NOT THEM!!!
*General Comment: file with California State Bar Association for refund
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i am writing this to warn people about remedy law group do not do any kind of business with this company. back in january had to pay them4,500 dollars to try to save my house that me and my 3 daughters are living in. i have spoken to them maybe 3 times since then. they assured me everything looked good for my modification. since that time have recieved 3 different notices from 3 different banks that they sold my mortgage. ive tried to get a hold of dennis serna and the remedy center for the last 3 weeks to a message saying their having phone problems. they took my income tax money that was being used to save my house
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