My complaint concerns attorney Michael Brochstein and a closing he did with the Money Store on June 21, 1996. The reason for this closing was to correct several errors made from the original closing which took place on May 21, 1996. I was asked to sign paper work while waiting for the attorney to arrive at the Money Store. After waiting for an hour and half we found out the attorney had a scheduling conflict so therefore we needed to reschedule for later in the week. What I didn't know was that the closing proceeded without me.
I have been fighting with The Money Store since 1996 concerning the amount of my loan because I never signed to have my home refinanced for $145,0000.00. When I called The Money Store to see when we were going to close I was informed by Tracy, an employee of The Money Store, that the errors had been corrected and the attorney would send all of the documents to me within the next 10 business days. Well, seven years have gone by, and I am still waiting. However, according to a sworn affidavit that I found in Fulton County Superior Court, an attorney by the name of Michael Brochstein said he represented me in this closing and that he was my attorney.
I have never hired him nor have I ever spoken to him about a closing with The Money Store. On November 8, 2003, I did contact Mr. Brochstein and asked if he could identify his signature if I faxed him a copy of the security deed dated June 21, 1996, and he said yes. I explained to him that I have never had a closing with him, nor had I hired him to represent me in a closing. I faxed a copy of the deed to Mr. Brochstein and he never responded to me. This is fraud and I'm losing my home base on his fraud and the late filing of the deed which would have proven that I did not finance my home for the 145,000.00.
October 10, 2003
TO: Ms. Stephanie Strafford
FROM: Sharon Nowlin
Per your request on Friday, October 24, 2000 I am enclosing copies of the Mutual Release Settlement Agreement of April 30, 1999, correspondence between my attorney, John R. Bevis of the law firm Browning & Tanksley and Robert D.Wildstein, Attorney for the Money Store, and a Security Deed that was made between the Grantor, Sharon G. Nowlin and the Grantee, TMS, Inc., dba The Money Store made the 21 day of June, 1996. You will also find a statement giving the breakdown of monies received from me and given to Mr. John Bevis to be put in escrow totaling $15,000.00. An additional $15,000.00 was paid ??????.
I am also sending copies of tax bills for the years 2000 and 2001 which was suppose to be paid by the Money Store per the settlement agreement, however, the Money Store fail to do so. You will find a notice which was delivered to my home this past Saturday from the Fulton County Sheriff's office notifying me that my home was up for foreclosed in December, 2003, due to the above unpaid taxes. As per our conversation, my understanding is that you will take care of the tax situation immediately.
I can't understand why I still owe the Money Store d/b/a Homeq when the Vice President of The Money Store, Ms. Diane Mansolillo, 900 Circle 75 Parkway, Suite 1650, Atlanta, GA 30339, informed my loan officer that the loan was fraudulent stating Tracy, my loan officer, had performed unethical business practices. I am not responsible for the practices and procedures of your loan officers and, if indeed that was the case, I am sure your company has taken appropriate action to prevent this type of activity from happening in the future.
I am looking forward to finally getting closure on the above and look forward to hearing from you.
Can anyone tell me were i can get help
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