Mortgage Audit

Each year, an astounding $25 billion of American savings is taken in the form of predatory mortgages, payday loans, overdraft loans, tax refund loans, and excessive credit card debt. Predatory mortgages alone make up nearly $10 billion in fraudulent fees, charges, and kickbacks. Bad lenders count on consumers being unaware of their rights when it comes to the complicated process of obtaining a home loan.

If you suspect any questionable fees or terms within your mortgage agreement, you may want to consider having a mortgage audit conducted. The complex mortgage landscape in recent years has unfortunately invited increased abuses among shady lending organizations. Even if you think your mortgage fees were legitimate, it doesn't hurt to have them examined by an expert for fraudulent charges and illegal kickbacks.

These charges can take the form of points, penalties, and the like. Perhaps you've found fees on your mortgage statement for "property preservation" or other "advances." Or perhaps you've noticed that your principal never seems to go down. Some consumers find that their monthly payments are not posted in a timely manner. The Bank Fraud Victim Center is here to help consumers separate the legal from the illegal, and in certain cases, to help recover costs.

To find out more about our mortgage audits and other consultation on predatory lending practices, simply give the Bank Fraud Victim Center a call at 401-349-4717 or email us at . Or, fill out our free preliminary consultation form below and one of our representatives will contact you to help you learn more. Get educated on mortgage fraud today and clear the way to a better future.

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