- Report: #1095814
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Complaint Review: NA Nationwide Mortgage
NA Nationwide Mortgage26361 Crown Valley Pkwy Mission Viejo, California USA
NA Nationwide Mortgage Noelle Wheeler- James Gordon HUD/FHA violations - withdrew all lender credits lastminute and extorted extra 9K Mission Viejo California
*Consumer Comment: Report them to the CFPB too, you were a victim of bait and switch
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Got a Good Faith Lending disclosure from James Gordon. One day later got an email that said we got you $9200 in lender credit.
On closing day, was contacted by Jim saint that they needed the other $10K to close the loan. We said that was where the lender credit came in. He started back peddling and could not explain why we needed this money at the last minute. Spoke to Noelle and she said that they could not gibe that money. If we didn't come up with the money then they would not process the loan. At this point we were homeless. We spoke to the escrow company and they told us that the credit had been 'crossed off' and denied by the lender. HUD statements and Good Faith agreements are falsified and we were left begging and borrowing to find $9K. After that she delayed closing another 10 days.
Dishonest! Feel that we were victims of a classic 'bait and switch' scam. We are working through legal channels and have filed reports with HUD and FHA for James Gordon, Noelle Wheeled, and Nationwide Mortgage.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/30/2013 03:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NA-Nationwide-Mortgage-/Mission-Viejo-California-92691/NA-Nationwide-Mortgage-Noelle-Wheeler-James-Gordon-HUDFHA-violations-withdrew-all-le-1095814. 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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