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Nationstar Mortgage / won't send me my money

1 Cherry Hill, NJ, United States Review updated:

My mortgage was sold to Nationstar by Bank of America. I immediately looked up the company and saw reviews of how terrible their service, customer support, and website was. I also saw the lawsuits brought upon Nationstar. I immediately refinanced with Quicken. My mortgage was paid off a month ago and they won't send my large escrow check to me. They're sitting on it probably to make interest off of it. I was given conflicting information from different customer support people about my check being sent, not being sent, dates the money cleared, etc. That's when I could get through to anyone. They won't send my check in anything with a tracking number or bank wire. They're straight up liars and thieves. Do everything in your power to stay FAR AWAY from this company!

Jo
Jul 1, 2015
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  • Da
      7th of Jul, 2015
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    Hi John,

    Nationstar Mortgage is known for violating the rights of their clients and consumers as you know but you do not have to sit back and take it! You have so many consumer rights and consumer protections afforded you and the CFPB would be an excellent place to start to voice your complaint as it only takes a few minutes to submit the complaint online to the CFPB and you do not have to deal with any Nationstar Mortgage customer service runarounds anymore. Your NJ Attorney General would also be an excellent person as well to voice your concerns.

    In fact, we covered your complaint today on our radio show The Daily Complaint and provided a pathway for success to include how to contact the CFPB - thank you for posting your complaint online via Complaints Board so that others will have the opportunity to learn from your experiences in dealing with Nationstar Mortgage. There are firm rules in place with regard to escrow accounts and correcting errors made by the servicer in a timely manner but you must know your rights in order to exercise your rights.

    In addition to submitting complaints to the CFPB and the NJ AG, I would suggest preparing a QWR or Request for information for Nationstar Mortgage that you can submit via fax or email – you can learn how through the CFPB by typing in QWR in their search bar and you never have to speak with them again. They are required to acknowledge the QWR or Request for information per RESPA in 5 business days and answer it in 30 business days or you do have recourse, so listen to us address your complaint on The Daily Complaint today and contact us if you need further information on how to not only attack your problem but to get the solutions that you are seeking. You can absolutely hold Nationstar Mortgage accountable for their actions while obtaining your refund in an expeditious manner.

    Good luck!

    Respectfully,

    Dana Shafman
    Dana@ConsultingEND.com
    www.TheDailyComplaint.com

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