Report: #996889


  • Submitted: Mon, January 14, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, January 14, 2013
  • Reported By: Karen — San Tan Valley Arizona United States of America
    NORTHBROOK, Illinois
    United States of America

NATIONAL RECORD SERVICE INC RIPPED OFF. This is a scam and they promise to send Property Deed for a sum of $59.50 to you in 3 week's of receiving your money! SCAM!!!!!! NO DEED! WILL NOT RETURN YOUR CALL! IT IS ALL B.S. NORTHBROOK, Illinois

*Consumer Comment: You can download the property record for free....

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This is a good scam so do not be fooled into thinking you will get your Property Deed.
You pay the money and then chase after them only to find they do not answer your call.
I just got scammed, so do not be a victim also!
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#1 Consumer Comment

You can download the property record for free....

AUTHOR: MovingForward - (USA)

Just go to your county's official property record website, look up the property and down load a copy of the deed. Most counties, if not all, are online today.

Don't send your money to anyone to send you what you can get for free.  This scam has been around a while: several years at least. There are various "corporate names" the scammer uses and seals that make it look official, but it's not. You can tell it's a scam because the correspondence asks for money.
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