GreenPoint Mortgage / Funds transfer fiasco; Pemco & Countrywide Home loans.
I received a letter from GreenPoint Mortgage Company regarding that they need additional funds regarding the selling of my loan from GreenPoint to Countrywide Home Loans way back from January 2007. I never received notice of this sale nor was I ever made aware that this would be an option GreenPoint to engage in selling off mortgages to the lowest bidder. This being the case, funds were inadvertently sent to Pemco Insurance Co. for the loan transaction and homeowners insurance.
I now receive notice that Greenpoint Mortgage is requesting that money back from myself instead of contacting Pemco and Countrywide Home Loans for the mistake in funds transfer. Why am I now finding out about this in October from a transaction error that occured in January. Whay am I as a consumer being held responsible the screw that GreenPoint Mortgage incurred. Why as not GreenPoint gone after Countrywide Home Loans or Pemco Insurance Co. for the funds directly?
This Letter sent out to me makes no referance as to when this transaction took place. There is no breakdown or itemized statement as to what was paid, what is owed or when these payments took place. There is a name of a person "Marie Peterson" Financial Administration who I tried to contact but couldn't get through the battery of questioning as to what this phone call is regarding. Once I made my self clear as to what this inquiry was for, very little information was known about this fund transfer transaction & who would ultimately be responsible.
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