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National Mortgage Help Center – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • Guest101

    The National Mortgage Help Center and their partner law firm, Williams Litigation Center, have had some bad Internet reviews. Both companies have flashy Web sites, but they’re most probably a boiler room enterprise, since apparently their names keep changing just slightly so they can claim the bad reviews and blogs aren’t about them. They’re also known for having their own staff write favorable blogs about them. This one is the most telling: http://loanworkout.org/2009/08… but there are many more. Search on either “National Mortgage Help Center” or “Williams Litigation Center” — they are the same company, even though NMHC has a phony Washington DC address on their home page.

    Don’t know if anyone has ever actually had a genuinely successful modification from them. Watch for a positive review immediately after this one. Like many questionable companies, that’s their style — they monitor the Internet and if anyone posts something less than favorable about them, an employee posts a glowing review immediately after. You’ll see this pattern in all the blogs and reviews about this company, which is a good indication that something’s rotten in the state of California.

  • Guest101

    The National Mortgage Help Center and their partner law firm, Williams Litigation Center, have had some bad Internet reviews. Both companies have flashy Web sites, but they’re most probably a boiler room enterprise, since apparently their names keep changing just slightly so they can claim the bad reviews and blogs aren’t about them. They’re also known for having their own staff write favorable blogs about them. This one is the most telling: http://loanworkout.org/2009/08/the-williams-law-center-is-looking-for-more-brokers-cons-still-in-business/ but there are many more. Search on either “National Mortgage Help Center” or “Williams Litigation Center” — they are the same company, even though NMHC has a phony Washington DC address on their home page.

    Don’t know if anyone has ever actually had a genuinely successful modification from them. Watch for a positive review immediately after this one. Like many questionable companies, that’s their style — they monitor the Internet and if anyone posts something less than favorable about them, an employee posts a glowing review immediately after. You’ll see this pattern in all the blogs and reviews about this company, which is a good indication that something’s rotten in the state of California.

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