- Report: #1090140
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Complaint Review: JP Morgan Chase Mortgage
JP Morgan Chase MortgagePO Box 24696 Columbus, Ohio USA
JP Morgan Chase Mortgage Chase or JP Morgan House paid in full yet JP Morgan Chase keeps trying to foreclose we are on attempt #5! Columbus Ohio
*General Comment: J.P.Morgan Chase Bank sucks pud
*Consumer Comment: Tprosper65,
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I paid off my house in 2009. JP Morgan Chase is still trying to foreclose on my house. The first time they did it they actually foreclosed on the house through the courts and posted notices that I had 24 hours to get out. They had to go to court and rescind the order. Since then, they're still trying to foreclose. We are on attempt number 5. I have been tormented for four years now, spent countless hours on the phone, faxing info showing them the deed of satisfaction which THEY had to file in order for that to even be done! They're constantly taking pix of my house, posting notices on my door, calling for payments, etc. I've tried to find a lawyer to take my case but unfortunately, can't find one to take this case. I feel so tormented and am scared that I will end up losing my house even though it's paid for. This is truly a nightmare!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/07/2013 01:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/JP-Morgan-Chase-Mortgage/Columbus-Ohio-24696-0696/JP-Morgan-Chase-Mortgage-Chase-or-JP-Morgan-House-paid-in-full-yet-JP-Morgan-Chase-keeps-1090140. 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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