How to File a Complaint Against Your Mortgage Servicer

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Evan Bedard

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There are multiple ways to register a complaint about your mortgage servicer or to report fraudulent activity. Here are several ways you can file a complaint below:

- Contact your State Attorney General. Contact information by state is available here: http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php

- File a complaint regarding your servicer with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: https://help.consumerfinance.<wbr>gov/app/mortgage/ask

- Report a scam to the federal Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force: StopFraud.gov - Report Fraud

- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

- File a complaint with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency.
 

BubJJ

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There are multiple ways to register a complaint about your mortgage servicer or to report fraudulent activity. Here are several ways you can file a complaint below:

- Contact your State Attorney General. Contact information by state is available here: http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php

- File a complaint regarding your servicer with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: https://help.consumerfinance.<wbr>gov/app/mortgage/ask

- Report a scam to the federal Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force: StopFraud.gov - Report Fraud

- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

- File a complaint with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency.

Any idea who to contact if you need to sue your lender for shady practices?
 

acesfull

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Evan- Great sticky, great information.

Bubjj- Contact a consumer law attorney.

Best regards

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Acesfull/HWP
 

Diane Wilson

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There are multiple ways to register a complaint about your mortgage servicer or to report fraudulent activity. Here are several ways you can file a complaint below:

- Contact your State Attorney General. Contact information by state is available here: http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php

- File a complaint regarding your servicer with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: https://help.consumerfinance.<wbr>gov/app/mortgage/ask

- Report a scam to the federal Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force: StopFraud.gov - Report Fraud

- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

- File a complaint with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency.
Been there done that and seriously nothing was done about the 13 page complaint...nothing!
 

wanda robo

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Been there done that and seriously nothing was done about the 13 page complaint...nothing!




Diane- I wonder if our government realizes how many trees have been killed, throughout this crisis, with all the letter writing & paperwork we have been forced to file?
 

LandOnMyFeet

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There are multiple ways to register a complaint about your mortgage servicer or to report fraudulent activity. Here are several ways you can file a complaint below:

- Contact your State Attorney General. Contact information by state is available here: http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php

- File a complaint regarding your servicer with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: https://help.consumerfinance.<wbr>gov/app/mortgage/ask

- Report a scam to the federal Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force: StopFraud.gov - Report Fraud

- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

- File a complaint with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency.

Does filing a complaint really help or stop the foreclosure? Also what is the rank of order for beginning to file complaints? I want to force a loan modification, if possible, otherwise just drag out a long as I can.