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Consolidated Litigation Group – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • James W

    I found out that The Consolidated Litigation group were one of the most trusted firms anywhere. One of their goals, when I qualified for loan fraud. They studied my case well and represented me professionally. They were very well put together. Props to them. Banks are under investigation by the feds http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/06/fdic-mortgage-lawsuits-bank-foreclosures_n_891689.html

  • Krista

    Actually, attorneys should not be splitting fees with non-attorneys, and non-attorneys should not be giving legal advice. How many agencies have to issue warnings on this subject before the warnings are taken seriously?

    Jack M. I find it interesting that I keep running into the same comment. Here is is on Ripoff Report:

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/attorneys-legal-services/consolidated-litigat/consolidated-litigation-group-6268f.htm

    There are now 2 cases in Orange county against Kramer. One is a suit from an ex-affiliate, and another one is from a prior customer. Steve has written articles and posted the filings on both cases.

    The affiliate business model is not legal and violates Bar rules. The CA DRE has issued a warning, State of Washington DFI has issued a warning, the CA Bar has also issued a warning as has the BBB.

  • Sammy

    There is truth in the lawsuits. My experience with the team over at the Law Office of Christopher Van Son of Consolidated Litigation Group has exceeded all of my expectations. The case analyst walked me through the initial intake answering all of my questions with the utmost professionalism. He also provided me with valuable information on how to stop the bank from taking my home and fight back against the bank and their attorneys. I encourage all homeowners today to exercise your legal rights. It just depends on you finding the right intake group.

    • JimSmith369

      Most intake groups are run by unlicensed “agents”.  Should they be registered with the DRE??

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        You would think so but I believe they have not considered that and/or are trying to say these are services provided by an attorney.

  • Good Samaratin

    Consolidated Litigation Group IS A SCAM! Read this from the Washington State Government Website about them: http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/alerts/kramer-kaslow.htm

    It doesn’t get any clearer than this…

  • W.PIT

    I had a similar problem some time back. I had also got myself involved in a mortgage which I admit was a little beyond my means. I needed advice on how to retain my property and not on how to get rid of it! Who wants to short sale his property when with a little effort and cost he can retain it? We all try to overstretch our means when we buy something as everlasting as a property. I am indebted to consolidated litigation group at http://conlitgroup.com home retention division for  giving me a chance with a practical solution.

  • Jack M.

    Thank God I did not read these bogus comments on the web..Thank God I was born with the intuition to trust my hunches to do the right thing to seek the justice from these bogus,decietful banks whom I trusted like many other honest Americans when I purchased my home six years ago..I bet this post is from some stupid bank..Consolidated Litigation Group kept me out of foreclosure, saved my home and my marriage and my family..I now have a loan I can live with and a happy wife and family, Thank you so much CLG.

  • Steve Rhode

    Interesting. What does that say to you?

  • Dave

    I have been in discussions with the same people for the same reason. I changed the written agreement so that it more closely reflected what they had told me they would do. Then they asked me if I had “hacked” their form. I stated that I made changes to reflect what they had promised to do for $5k. Now they are neither taking my calls nor are they responding to my emails.

  • Nucleus

    I have been approached by someone purporting to be a representative for the law firm Consolidated Litigation Group. This person is allegedly an expert in Short sales. He asked me to consider an investment of $5,000 to join a multiple action against Chase Bank on behalf of borrowers who have been taken advantage of during the loan/lending/modification process. He maintained that they have evidence of fraudulent activity by Chase and that I qualify to join the lawsuit action along with other members of the public who have been jerked around by the bank. – Is this a genuine law firm? Is this action lawsuit likely to succeed? Is this truthful? I would appreciate your feedback?

    Thank you

  • Nucleus

    I have been approached by someone purporting to be a representative for the law firm Consolidated Litigation Group. This person is allegedly an expert in Short sales. He asked me to consider an investment of $5,000 to join a multiple action against Chase Bank on behalf of borrowers who have been taken advantage of during the loan/lending/modification process. He maintained that they have evidence of fraudulent activity by Chase and that I qualify to join the lawsuit action along with other members of the public who have been jerked around by the bank. – Is this a genuine law firm? Is this action lawsuit likely to succeed? Is this truthful? I would appreciate your feedback?

    Thank you

    • Dave

      I have been in discussions with the same people for the same reason. I changed the written agreement so that it more closely reflected what they had told me they would do. Then they asked me if I had “hacked” their form. I stated that I made changes to reflect what they had promised to do for $5k. Now they are neither taking my calls nor are they responding to my emails.

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Interesting. What does that say to you?

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