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Report: #177614

Complaint Review: Homecomings Financial GMAC Company - Dallas Texas

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  • Reported By: Berne Indiana
  • Homecomings Financial GMAC Company 2771 North Haskell Ave. Suite 900 Dallas, Texas U.S.A.

Homecomings Financial GMAC Company NOT REPORTING HOUSE PAYMENTS FOR 18 MONTHS ripoff Dallas Texas

*Consumer Suggestion: Many other ways to prove timely payments

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Homecomings Financial has not reported any of our house payments for 18 months. We cannot refi because of their actions. House payments go up alomost every month due to some lame reasoning on their part.

I filed a complaint with the Attorney General of Indiana, and am going to contact that attorney listed in another complaint on this site. Name of Wlf & Popper in NY. This company will do anything to try to get every penny out of you that they can. There should be legislation against morgage companies selling your loan to another morgage company without the owner of the homes consent.

I am fed up, and tired of being ripped off. Homecomings is a very dishonest company! I am dissapointed and sickened! Something has to give!

Amber
Berne, Indiana
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Many other ways to prove timely payments

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, February 23, 2006
I am a mortgage broker in California and we see this problem fairly frequently. Just because Homecomings is not reporting your mortgage history is not keeping you from refinancing. There are other ways to show your payment history however.

Just for the record, a mortgage company(or other creditor) has no legal obligation to report your mortgage history to any of the credit bureaus. However, if they do report, it must be accurate.

Here are some other ways that are totally acceptable to a new lender to prove your payments. Generally for a prime mortgage you need to prove the most recent 12 months, for a non-prime you need to prove 24 months.

Your bank statements showing when the house payment checks were posted.

Your new prospective mortgage company will be more than happy to order a V.O.M. form. That is a Verification of Mortgage form that all of the mortgage software has and I guarantee that your new lender knows how to get one of these to Homecomings.

Your new lender can ask for a Credit Supplement to be performed. The credit reporting agency that your new lender uses will have a procedure similar to a "Rapid Rescore". The agency will contact all three bureaus; Experian, Equifax, and Transunion and require them to contact Homecomings to obtain a history and verify positive or derogatory history on your mortgage (or any other debt).

The Fair Credit Reporting Act REQUIRES that when information is disputed that the creditor update the history. Your new lender is totally familiar with how to get this done. It is not tough. We probably use this type of service 8-10 times a month. It takes about 10 days or less.
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