- Report: #1066887
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Complaint Review: Landsafe/Countrywide
Landsafe/Countrywide6400 Legacy Drive Plano, Texas USA
Landsafe/Countrywide As former employee of Landsafe(Countrywide) we were told to alter figures on appraisal reports. over value, fraud, countrywide, Full Spectrum, mortage fraud Plano Texas
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Landsafe appraisal was controlled by Countryuwide and now Bank of America. In the past seven years about 60,000 appraisals a month were done by Landsafe and controlled and manipulated by Countrywide and Full Spectrum Lending. In the collapse of the mortgage industry it is a known fact that Landsafe worked and was controlled by Countrywide and anyone having a report and information on these loans should send them to me so that they can be distributed to the proper authorities. I am a former emplyee of Landsafe and was fired for not following their corrupt practices and I thought that other people would come forward but many have not. Any information that you have from Joe Bagnasko who was a manager with Landsafe should also be sent along with any other names that could be useful in the future. All names will be kept confidential and only the guilty will be exposed.My email is (((ROR redacted)))
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/14/2013 08:16 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/LandsafeCountrywide/Plano-Texas-75024/LandsafeCountrywide-As-former-employee-of-LandsafeCountrywide-we-were-told-to-alter-fi-1066887. 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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