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Litton Loan Servicing

Posted: 2011-01-24 by    Philip

Mortgage fraud

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 4 votes
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Litton Loan Servicing
United States
Litton Loan Servicing is a fradulent mortgage holder. They do not apply your whole payment to your mortgage and fail to tell you where the money is going. The deductions that they list on the statement never add up to the loan payment, they show on your statement what the late payment will be and then they add exorberant fees in the hundreds of dollars and do not tell you what they are for. My Attorney has been trying to communicate with them for over a year and they fail to respond to any of his correspondence. He has faxed legal documents to them numerous times and they are saying they have never received them. He has all the confirmation notices that they were received with the dates and times. Do yourself a favor do not deal with these people and if you do get yourself a good attorney. I have put my mortgage payments into an escrow account. I am going to continue to do this while I file suit against. them. I have also asked for a forensic audit of my mortgage and they fail to respond to that request too. I believe that they do not hold the original mortgage documents and therefore cannot have an audit done. If you are smart and are having trouble ask them for a forensic audit and see what happens. Good Luck all.
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 23rd of May, 2011 by   Freeway15 0 Votes
Send them a Qualified Written Request pursuant to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act section 2605(e)

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