- Report: #1107915
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Complaint Review: remedy law group
remedy law group4500 campus ave suite 235 newport beach , California USA
remedy law group american remedy center , remedy law center,prudent law,novation law ,state trust law run bt pamela remedy group scam newport beach California
*General Comment: Andrew D. Weiss California Lawyer behind REMEDY SCAMS
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we contracted with remedy group with the help of natalia mesa we were required to pay 6k for the 1st mortgage & 3k for the 2nd mortgage last 02/13 they have done nothing didnt submit any docs to the 2nd mortgage they did submitt the initial docs to the 1st mortage and then stopped returning the 1st morgage companies phone calls and requestes for documents.
remedy group did keep calling us and requesting documents and sending over night labels all a ruese never sent another doc. to the 1st mortgage company. they also stopped returning phone calls after 3months . by google i find theres a newspaper article about the raid on remedy group run by pamela gerber- gressier and lee gross lee's id is 153412 suprising ly enought pam s license is inactive for years .
its illegal to request up front fees i have now found out unfortuntly months to late. this scammers have now moved to mac arthur blvd newport beach ca. and now under the name of state trust law.
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