Citi Residential Lending / why did they sell my mortage to a collecitons agency??

1 Anderson, IN, United States Review updated:

It started with the first crooks Ameriquest, when the big lawsuit came against them i tried to join it and they said i could not, even though they lied about interest ratd i would get 4.99 turned out to be 5.99 the amount of the money i reciebed for the loan was several thousand dollars less than what i recieved but i still was not involved, or included in the lawsiut????
next they sell my mortage to citi residential lending who turns around and sell's it to ahmsi???? a collection agency?????? WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT????

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  • Fo
      Jun 10, 2009
    Citi Residential Lending - Foreclosure Process
    Citi Residential Lending
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    My husband and I had medical issuses along with our interest rate going up to
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  • Ci
      Aug 20, 2009
    Citi Residential Lending - Fraudulant Records
    Citi Residential Lending
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    United States
    Phone: 18004305262

    I am compaining because this loan company was purchased by another company and Citi Residential Lending failed to forward my records to the new company. Which has caused a grand fore closing for me.

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  • Nc
      Sep 22, 2009

    Mortgages get sold off all the time to other companies. If you didn't have an attorney look at the terms and conditions of the loan, then you got what you deserved. Learn a lesson, pay the 300 bucks to have an attorney review the document. Now shut your mouth, accept it and learn a lesson.


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