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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The BBB reports on businesses, both accredited and non-accredited. If an organization is a BBB Accredited business, it is stated in this report.
Name:EMC Mortgage Corporation
Phone:(214) 626-2800
Fax:(469) 759-4704
Address:2780 Lake Vista Dr
Lewisville, TX 75067-3884
Original Business Start Date:January 1990
Principal:Mr. Greg Fedler, Customer Advocate
Customer Contact:Mr. Greg Fedler, Customer Advocate - (214) 626-2800 or
TOB Classification:Loans, Employment Services / Temporary Agencies, Mortgage And Escrow Companies, Mortgage Broker, Mortgages
BBB Accreditation:This organization is a BBB Accredited business.

Additional DBA Names

EMC Mortgage


This was taken off of The Better Business Bureau website,


So EMC mortgage corporation is also E M C?


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So is it true?

More  names used by the  E M C --company aka or DBA EMC MORTGAGE CORPORATION?




E M C Management Company
8207 Callaghan Rd
San Antonio, TX  78229-4735
Telephone: (210) 340-4056

TOB Classification:

Consumer Finance & Loan Companies, Auto Dealers-New Cars, Mortgages



So here's a little something to ruffle some feathers

Additional DBA Names

American Mortgage

Ameriquest Mortgage

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The best way that I've found to track corporate entities is through the Secretary of State's office of any given state. And if you really want to get into meat and bones - SEC filings if the entity is large enough or a subsidiary of a publicly traded company. From my own limited experience, the BBB simply is not a reliable source of information for, well, anything....

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Mike DILLON has this precisely RIGHT.  Moreover, it should be noted that various states require different levels of detail as to filings by foreign corporations.  So there is some merit in checking the corporate filings in more than one state.

Many states also have assumed name statutes.  Corporations are sometimes allowed to trade or do business under ASSUMED NAMES.  Assumed names are sometimes registered centrally statewide, but very often these are also registered down at the county level.  It VARIES as to whether a registration in one county would enable a corporation to trade under an assumed name STATEWIDE.  But almost certainly an assumed name filing in one state would NOT permit that corporation to trade under an assumed name in another state.

It seems as though it would be a very useful site feature to ADD PAGES which reflect corporate identites of major mortgage originators and major mortgage servicers.
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