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Latest Blog Posts for Mortgage Modification Scams

  • reBlog from keepmyhouse.com: Loan Modification Blog | Keep My House | Mortgage Modifications
    on Sep 14, 2009
    I found this fascinating quote today:According to United Law Group, representatives from Bank of America are telling the law firm’s clients that United has not contacted them and that they have not received any notices and legal demands on thei...
  • Short Scam Story 1 (from the FTC Website)
    on Sep 12, 2009
    FedMod markets mortgage loan modification and foreclosure relief services to homeowners who are in financial distress, delinquent on their mortgages, or in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. According to the FTC’s complaint, FedMod charge...
  • Short Scam Story 3 (from the FTC Website)
    on Sep 12, 2009
    Home Assure d/b/a Expert Foreclosure. In this case, the FTC alleges that the defendants promise consumers facing imminent home foreclosure that they can stop the foreclosure, regardless of the amount the consumer owes his or her lender. The defendant...
  • BANKS, LENDERS, Partner with FTC in avoiding Modification SCAMS
    on Sep 12, 2009
    FTC’s Consumer Outreach EffortsThe FTC announced a new education initiative to reach borrowers directly with the help of a broad array of government, non-profit organizations, and mortgage industry members. Through this initiative, borrowers will r...
  • Short Scam Story 2 (from the FTC Website)
    on Sep 12, 2009
    Bailout.hud-gov.us. According to the FTC’s complaint, defendant Thomas Ryan used a foreign Internet registrar to falsely register two sites – bailout.hud-gov.us and bailout.dohgov.us. The sites were used to entice financially strapped consumers t...
  • First lets go over scams...
    on Sep 12, 2009
    Here are some of the scams out thereFORECLOSURE RESCUE SCAMSAs property values continue to decline across the country, fraudulent “foreclosure consultants” (con artists) target homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments. Here's what you...
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