- Report: #1048996
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OCWEN1661 Worthington Road # 100 West Palm Beach, Florida USA
OCWEN Ocwen increased my payment and refuse to accept the proof from CHASE that I was n ot in default. West Palm Beach Florida
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OCWEN purchased my home loan from CHASE in April 2012. Ocwen sent me a letter stating I was in default for $3900.00 dollars. My attorney advised me to pay the money to stay out of forclosure and to submit documents to OCWEN from CHASE stating my payments were current. I sent the letter and copies of my payment history from CHASE to OCWEN. Ocwen have refused to accept the proof and continue to over charge me. My loan payment is $1448.00, $1603.00 with property taxes. OCWEN have increased my monthly payment to $1803.00 refuse correct this error. I have paid my own taxes for the last two years and refuse to accept the proof of insurance.
All of the calls are answered overseas. I can not understand what they are saying, on several occasions I have requested to speak to someone in America and was given a 4-5 hour wait. I am a 64 year old retired school teacher and have never experienced this type of corruption in the banking system in my life. I think it is sad the way hard working Americans are treated. Please assist me with this matter.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/07/2013 08:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/OCWEN/West-Palm-Beach-Florida-33409/OCWEN-Ocwen-increased-my-payment-and-refuse-to-accept-the-proof-from-CHASE-that-I-was-n-1048996. 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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