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Home Loan Modification / loan modification scam

1 Irvine, CA, United States Review updated:
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• SEAN RUTLEDGE [#255938], of United Law Group in Irvine, had a hearing Oct. 23; the bar filed its petition Sept. 22. The bar earlier charged him with seven counts of misconduct in handling a loan modification for a client who paid an advance $3, 500 fee. Rutledge never took any action to negotiate with the client’s mortgage lender, the bar charges. The judge took the matter under submission and had 10 days to rule.
This is just the tip of iceberge this company needs to be shut down now .Yes i am another casualty, /of sean rutledge and company, took 5000 out of bank went off and had a nice christmas with the money/ money i didnt have.
food out of kids mouth i too was a long time resident and now fighting to get a few extra days,
But i just a few days ago got notice Sean wasnt my Attorney no longer and they were sorry about us losing our home, But no body signed it.I cant understand how they get away with this,
These guys need to be stopped, , , , , And Stopped Now please before they ruin anymore lives...
And seeing how they did the same to so many, I started reading and thought my wife sent it in, , , , , , , The whole dam group should be in jail; Why hasent the law shut them down, i sent report to FBI DA FTC dept of realestate CAL state attorney general .What the hell do we pay these guys for, , , , , This many people and there still in business...Hello Govener do something dammit another family in the streets ...ULG does nothing but lie thanks people for posting these media.

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  • Jo
      25th of Mar, 2010
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    Sean Rutledge was fair to me. I am a United Law Group customer who had issues at first too. But now that I have investigated the situation and found out that the banks were doing the same thing to United Law Group that they were doing all of us (that is why we got an attorney) I realize what happend. United Law Group did represent us with these banks but the banks broke the law and were arrogant to not work with even an Attorney. This is why United Law Group is filing class action suits and law suits against these banks for these actions. These law suits are good for everyone because eventually they will be accountable for what they did to us and United Law Group. United Law Group was a victim like all of us. I understand your frusteration though I know that Mr. Rutledge is an easy target. But I just want to go on the record with saying that Sean Rutlege was a nice man who seemed to be just as frusterated as us an seemed to have alot of empathy for what is happenig to everyone. But lets not blur the lines here. The bad guys are the banks.

  • Ar
      29th of May, 2010
    0 Votes

    I totally agree and have first hand experience with BankUnited of florida which sold assets to Deautsche Bank, even if they are ordered by a Federal Court to modify a loan the still will breach the contract. they are ABOVE the law since they lobbied so many years and paid mega buck to Washington D.C. to get that way! The Obama help for homeowners is a voluntary loan mod program for the banks, so if the are not forced to help the customers they defrauded by the law they just won't do any loan mod and foreclose. Even if you followed the letter of the law, TILA (Truth In Lending Act) and brought them to Federal court, they are arrogant since they will ignore ALL law!! You better believe because it is true. Study it!! The news outlets will not even go near discussing what is really happening out here!! the banks finance or own them of course! There are other ways to dig up the real truth and more and more people are getting savvy on this MAJOR situation! This must be exposed on a widespread basis and these criminal banks must be punished and the victims of the crimes must be made whole again at thier expense, not the taxpayers if at all possible. The Gov bailed out the wrong thing! It should have been the defrauded people!

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