Report: #69666

Complaint Review: Ocwen - Federal Bank, FSB - Irvine California

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  • Reported By: Allentown Pennsylvania
  • Ocwen - Federal Bank, FSB PO BOX 57002 Irvine, California U.S.A.

Ocwen Federal Bank, FSB Big Rip-Off Ocwen bought an extra homeowner's insurance knowing I had coverage for this property and now they charging me 231.40 Irvine California

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Company send me a letter in July 2003 saying they bought homeowner's insurance for my property in May 2003.
The reason to this is because this lawn #31997000 was with another bank called SIB Mortgage and they sold my account to Ocwen Federal Bank and my property had homeowner's insurance since I bought this property.
I sent faxes to them because had to wait more than 1/2 hour over the telephone and then hang up on me and even though they received my fax they charged me 231.40 which charged me to my escrow account.
What a rip-off!!!!!!!
I'm taking this case to my lawyer and BBB.

Allentown, Pennsylvania

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