Pam AguirrePam Aguirre Scam

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Pam Aguirre is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of
Realtors. I mailed a complaint to Pam regarding Scott Veerkamp's
Predatory Lending tactics. The complaint included documentation of
Loan Steering with YSP and Junk Fees. (She refused the delivery of my
complaint.)

This response provides additional evidence that REMAX and the National
Association of Realtors are participating in a "pattern of deception"
with the public. As I mentioned earlier, MIBOR states the following:

1. "REALTORS shall be careful at all times to present a true picture
in their advertising and their representations to the public." 2.
"The Code of Ethics is a promise to the public that when dealing with
a real estate agent who is a REALTOR, they can expect honest and
ethical treatment in all transaction- related matters." 3. "Only
REALTORS pledge to abide by the Code of Ethics, and only REALTORS are
held accountable for their ethical behavior."

Pam Aguirre had the following statement on her website dated May 1, 2008: "Pam is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR) where she helps protect the interest of homeowners and increase professionalism in the industry by serving on the board of directors."

As a member of MIBOR, Pam did absolutely nothing to protect my interest. She refused to review my complaint against Scott Veerkamp (NAR.)

Here is an example of Scott Veerkamp's deception with Predatory Lending tactics: "You can trust our Realtors to always keep your interest first and foremost."

Loan 1: (Property value $150, 000) A. $4, 799 yield spread premium B. $500 processing fee C. $250 document preparation fee D. $50 courier fee E. $35 electronic filing fee F. $425 administration fee (lender fee)

Loan 2: (Property value $120, 000) A. $1, 440 yield spread premium B. $960 application fee C. $1, 920 in "discount points" (paid to Scott Veerkamp) D. $409 administration fee (lender fee) E. $150 underwriting fee (lender fee)

Warning Letter to Scott Veerkamp:
http://jmb27.posterous.com/warning-letter-to-scott-veerkamp-from-the-off


NAR: "How To Avoid Predatory Lending"
http://www.realtor.org/home_buyers_and_sellers/how_to_avoid_predatory_lending

The Center For Responsible Lending:
http://www.responsiblelending.org/mortgage-lending/research-analysis/ib-ysp-110507-final.pdf

CRL and Equity Theft:
http://www.responsiblelending.org/mortgage-lending/tools-resources/ib011-YSP_Equity_Theft-0604.pdf

Jeff Merkley and Yield Spread Premium:
http://merkley.senate.gov/newsroom/press/release/?id=A09C6A80-537A-4EB1-83C5-31925F046B6F

Responses

  • Jm
    jmb27 May 04, 2011
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Pam Aguirre is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of
    Realtors. I mailed a complaint to Pam regarding Scott Veerkamp's
    Predatory Lending tactics. The complaint included documentation of
    Loan Steering with YSP and Junk Fees. (She refused the delivery of my
    complaint.)

    This response provides additional evidence that REMAX and the National
    Association of Realtors are participating in a "pattern of deception"
    with the public. As I mentioned earlier, MIBOR states the following:

    1. "REALTORS shall be careful at all times to present a true picture
    in their advertising and their representations to the public." 2.
    "The Code of Ethics is a promise to the public that when dealing with
    a real estate agent who is a REALTOR, they can expect honest and
    ethical treatment in all transaction- related matters." 3. "Only
    REALTORS pledge to abide by the Code of Ethics, and only REALTORS are
    held accountable for their ethical behavior."

    Pam Aguirre had the following statement on her website dated May 1, 2008: "Pam is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR) where she helps protect the interest of homeowners and increase professionalism in the industry by serving on the board of directors."

    As a member of MIBOR, Pam did absolutely nothing to protect my interest. She refused to review my complaint against Scott Veerkamp (NAR.)

    Here is an example of Scott Veerkamp's deception with Predatory Lending tactics: "You can trust our Realtors to always keep your interest first and foremost."

    Loan 1: (Property value $150, 000) A. $4, 799 yield spread premium B. $500 processing fee C. $250 document preparation fee D. $50 courier fee E. $35 electronic filing fee F. $425 administration fee (lender fee)

    Loan 2: (Property value $120, 000) A. $1, 440 yield spread premium B. $960 application fee C. $1, 920 in "discount points" (paid to Scott Veerkamp) D. $409 administration fee (lender fee) E. $150 underwriting fee (lender fee)

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  • Jk
    JKB16 Mar 21, 2011
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Pam Aguirre is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of
    Realtors. I mailed a complaint to Pam regarding Scott Veerkamp’s
    Predatory Lending tactics. The complaint included documentation of
    Loan Steering with YSP and Junk Fees. (She refused the delivery of my
    complaint.)

    This response provides additional evidence that REMAX and the National
    Association of Realtors are participating in a “pattern of deception”
    with the public. As I mentioned earlier, MIBOR states the following:

    1. “REALTORS shall be careful at all times to present a true picture
    in their advertising and their representations to the public.” 2.
    “The Code of Ethics is a promise to the public that when dealing with
    a real estate agent who is a REALTOR, they can expect honest and
    ethical treatment in all transaction- related matters.” 3. “Only
    REALTORS pledge to abide by the Code of Ethics, and only REALTORS are
    held accountable for their ethical behavior.”

    Pam Aguirre had the following statement on her website dated May 1, 2008: “Pam is a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR) where she helps protect the interest of homeowners and increase professionalism in the industry by serving on the board of directors.”

    As a member of MIBOR, Pam did absolutely nothing to protect my interest. She refused to review my complaint against Scott Veerkamp (NAR.)

    Here is an example of Scott Veerkamp’s deception with Predatory Lending tactics: “You can trust our Realtors to always keep your interest first and foremost.”

    Loan 1: (Property value $150, 000) A. $4, 799 yield spread premium B. $500 processing fee C. $250 document preparation fee D. $50 courier fee E. $35 electronic filing fee F. $425 administration fee (lender fee)

    Loan 2: (Property value $120, 000) A. $1, 440 yield spread premium B. $960 application fee C. $1, 920 in “discount points” (paid to Scott Veerkamp) D. $409 administration fee (lender fee) E. $150 underwriting fee (lender fee)

    In closing, please take time to review this information regarding a WARNING letter sent to Scott Veerkamp from the office of the Indiana Attorney General…

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