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Complaint Review: - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Roger c — Dallas Texas U.S.A.
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  • Nationwide USA Work on behalf of Nationstar Mortgage SCAM SCAM SCAM- Hold your money and find any excuse to keep it Springfield Ohio

*Consumer Comment: Report them to the CFPB

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Similar to other posts. This company will hold your money for as long as they determine necessary. They will keep asking you to send in the same form multiple times. I sent in 1 piece of needed paperwork 6 times. They play ignorant and get away with it. I can also hold my mortgage company responsible (Nationstar) as they forced me to use them. I am amazed that this is allowed to continue. If you are asked to send in your loss check to them...DONT! Its incompetence at its highest. Still fighting to get my money so I can pay my contractors.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Report them to the CFPB

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (USA)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

If I were in your shoes I would report them to the CFPB right away.  Also the insurance commission for your state. 

The mortgage company is not supposed to keep insurance proceeds from you (as you know). The CFPB handles mortgage complaints well.  Get your documentation together and report Nationstar right away.

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