- Report: #893277
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Complaint Review: RoundPoint Mortgage
RoundPoint Mortgage5032 Parkway Plaza Blvd. Charlotte, North Carolina United States of America
RoundPoint Mortgage Refusing Loan to Person Worth 1.7 million, Home Worth 3 times as Much as Loan Charlotte, North Carolina
*UPDATE Employee: Lender Response - Roundpoint Mortgage refusing loan to person worth 1.7 million.
*Consumer Comment: OK.
*Author of original report: Taxpayers Own the Banks-We Should Decide Who Gets the Loan
*Consumer Comment: I am serious.
*Author of original report: Mortgage Companies Highly regulated-Trillions in Bailouts
*Consumer Comment: Not how it works.
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With all this income and assets and the home worth triple the loan amount, thiese people turned me down for a loan! The stated ressons were they could not count my 2012 income because a 1099 on it has not yet been issues, yet they were furnished with check sbubs from the small consulting frim I worked for as an alternative. In addition, they refused to recognize any of the I.R.A. money as immediately realizable income because "You have not yet taken any money out." Now, who is the worst credit risk-someone 59 and a half already using their I.R.A. money or someone still not touching it because they are hustling as a consultant and landlord? I am complaining to Congress about these scumbags and so should you!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/05/2012 01:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/RoundPoint-Mortgage/Charlotte-North-Carolina-281217/RoundPoint-Mortgage-Refusing-Loan-to-Person-Worth-17-million-Home-Worth-3-times-as-Much-893277. 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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