I got ripped off by another company
This is an actual comment from a client:
"We tried going to National Homeowners Assistance in Tx, but they just took our money and now Saxon wants us to pay 6200, I lost my job and haven't found another and my husband makes more than enough to pay our bills. Please help!!!"
Unfortunately there are companies like ours out there that give us a bad name. Too many of them are out there trying to make a quick buck on a foreclosure. They string you along telling you they can help you can get a workout with your mortgage company but at the last minute they say they can't and they like to buy your house.
We have a database of all loss mitigation companies and have rating system set up where people can go and see the past history of this company. People can also go there to comment on their experiences with this company. We are trying to be a full-service foreclosure company to help you in any way we can.
- Saxon stole my payment - December 21, 2010
- The house we are renting is in foreclosure, what can we do to prevent it and keep the home? - December 17, 2007
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