- Report: #1076372
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Complaint Review: Patricia Hanson
Patricia Hanson455 N Roselle Rd Roselle, Illinois USA
Patricia Hanson Patti Hanson Re/Max Northern Illinois Remax Northern Illinois Bait and switch scam! Roselle Illinois
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We retained Patti Hanson to sell our home about a year ago. The home was sold in about 120 days. We signed a listing contract with Re/Max and Patti Hanson for a 5% realtor commission. I wasn't able to attend the closing so I sent my brother with a power of attorney. After the closing, I reviewed the settlement statement and was surprised to see 6% commission taken out along with $372 for "Marketing expenses reimbursement."
After about a week and 5 voicemails, we finally got a call back from Ms. Hanson and she stated that it's in the contract that we signed. I specifically remember signing a listing agreement for 5%. When asked for a copy of the listing agreement we signed, Patti assured us that we would receive it. That was SEVEN MONTHS, 8 VOICEMAILS, AND 3 LETTERS AGO. We have yet to receive a copy of the listing agreement we signed.
I no longer have the time and energy to pursue this matter but, Patti Hanson, God bless you and we hope you enjoy the $2,722.00 that you stole from us.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/16/2013 09:04 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Patricia-Hanson/Roselle-Illinois-60172/Patricia-Hanson-Patti-Hanson-ReMax-Northern-Illinois-Remax-Northern-Illinois-Bait-and-sw-1076372. 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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