Mortgage Servicing Fraud
occurs post loan origination when mortgage servicers use false statements and book-keeping entries, fabricated assignments, forged signatures and utter counterfeit intangible Notes to take a homeowner's property and equity.
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Americas Watchdog's National Mortgage Complaint Center Wants To ...
PR Web (press release) - Nov 3, 2008
We know that phony late fees, phony legal fees, phony administration fee abuses in loan servicing are wide spread, and we know all banks and mortgage servicing firms are deeply involved in widespread consumer fraud, and overcharging.

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Big Mac

I was thinking that after I checked out the links. YES, Beware

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National Mortgage Complaint Center
Mortgage Advice & Protection For All US Homeowners

As featured in Newsweek, Money Magazine, CNN Money & CBS Market Watch

Don't Finance Or Refinance Your Home Without Our Mortgage Document Inspection & Review - Don't Get Cheated or Overcharged

Our mortgage inspection service is designed to assist individual homeowners, who are starting the mortgage process, or who are about to finance/refinance their home. Our service includes a mortgage document examination, a report that details excessive mortgage fees, mortgage product information & what the realistic mortgage costs should be.

If you have already financed or refinanced your home, we will do a thorough examination of your mortgage documents, looking for possible over charges and or other issues.

 Who should use the Mortgage Inspection Service

· Any homeowner who has financed or refinanced
· Individuals who are about to finance or refinance
· Anyone having problems with a mortgage lender service

The Mortgage Inspection Service is the premier mortgage document inspection service in the United States. Our goal is to protect consumers from being cheated or over charged when they finance or refinance their home. Our intent is to save consumers hundreds or thousands of dollars when financing or refinancing a home.

If you are a first time home buyer, if you are about to refinance your home, if you are using an Internet mortgage firm, if you are using a home builders mortgage product, if you are confused by the mortgage process, if you want a second opinion on your mortgage refinance, if you do not trust your mortgage lender, if you have never met your mortgage lender, if you are a real estate investor financing or refinancing a property, if you do not understand what mortgage fees are appropriate and what mortgage fees or terms are not, you should use the Mortgage Inspection Service. Typically the Mortgage Inspection Service will try to help save a borrower or homeowner hundreds or thousands of dollars in fee reductions and or interest rates that are higher than what the borrower deserved. The Mortgage Inspection Service will also attempt to identify prepayment penalties and or kick backs called yield spread premiums related to increasing the borrowers/ homeowners interest rate as part of their document inspection.

If you are about to finance, or refinance your home you should use the Mortgage Inspection Service.

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