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I Got a Mortgage Litigation Notice from Consolidated Litigation Group. – Michael

“Dear Andy,

I received a mortgage litigation notice from Consolidated Litigation Group in the mail. It said I was a potential plaintiff in a national lawsuit against Suntrust Mortgage. They stsate that there were potentially fraudulent lender actions.

I called and spoke to Meshawn Davis.(323)-410-7502. She stated that there was a 100% chance that my loan was fraudulent and said the settlement would be a new loan at 80% of my homes current market value with a 2% interest rate fixed. She siad it would cost $1,350 upfront and $2,650 balance.

Is there any legitimacy to this or is this a scam?

Michael”

Dear Michael,

Everything you are being told is pure speculation, if not downright lies. I’m not sure how anyone can tell you on a phone consultation that they are 100% sure your loan is fraudulent, huge red flag if you’re asking me.

Statements and warnings have been issued by state bar associations, Attorneys General, and many other consumer advocacy groups about avoiding the mass-joinder pitch. I would tend to side with them and suggest that you save the $4k, especially if you can’t afford to lose it.

Please keep us posted on your progress in the comment section below. I am subscribed to this post and will always do my best to respond promptly. Good Luck!

Best Regards,

I Got a Mortgage Litigation Notice from Consolidated Litigation Group.   MichaelAndy is a licensed real estate broker in Massachusetts and is the founder of Northeast Properties in Norton, Massachusetts. His brokerage is designed to help homeowners in today’s difficult real estate market, specializing in short sales. Andy speaks with Massachusetts homeowners every day, helping them to address their questions or issues with short sale or loan modification. He enjoys helping consumers arrive at the correct solution to their problem, and believes that the only way to correctly do that is by presenting them with all of their options in an un-biased manner.

If you have a mortgage, short sale, real estate, or loan modification question you’d like to ask just use the online form. I’m happy to help you totally for free.

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  • McCulam

    From what I am hearing, it may be legit. If someone like Meshawn is That confident to declare that your loan is fraudulent, then there must be some sense in the statement because loan documents always contain bank flaws. One man’s opinion should not determine your ultimate decision, especially a virtual figure you have no familiarity wAith. Do some research yourself and get educated about the Consolidated Litigation Group. You know your situation better than anyone else and if you are serious about this case then you need to decide for yourself what is best. If one person thinks “that there was a  100% chance” your loan was fraudulent and another accuses it of “pure speculation, if not downright lies,” I mean, don’t you think those are two extremes that your dealing with? You can ask for advice all day but everyone will have their own opinions. This is a crucial choice for you to make and it is up to you to be able to think for yourself and decide for your own what the best option is. Here’s their website if you want to get more information http://conlitgroup.com. Don’t base your final decision on opinions and conjectures. Find the facts, and base your final decision on that.

  • Wiliam

    From what I am hearing, it may be legit. If someone like Meshawn is That confident to declare that your loan is fraudulent, then there must be some sense in the statement because loan documents always contain bank flaws. One man’s opinion should not determine your ultimate decision, especially a virtual figure you have no familiarity wAith. Do some research yourself and get educated about the Consolidated Litigation Group. You know your situation better than anyone else and if you are serious about this case then you need to decide for yourself what is best. If one person thinks “that there was a  100% chance” your loan was fraudulent and another accuses it of “pure speculation, if not downright lies,” I mean, don’t you think those are two extremes that your dealing with? You can ask for advice all day but everyone will have their own opinions. This is a crucial choice for you to make and it is up to you to be able to think for yourself and decide for your own what the best option is. Here’s their website if you want to get more information http://conlitgroup.com. Don’t base your final decision on opinions and conjectures. Find the facts, and base your final decision on that.

  • Kanta

    your loan is fraudulent, then there must be some sense in
    the statement because loan documents always contain bank flaws. One man’s
    opinion should not determine your ultimate decision, especially a virtual
    figure you have no familiarity wAith. Do some research yourself and get
    educated about the Consolidated Litigation Group. You know your situation
    better than anyone else and if you are serious about this case then you need to
    decide for yourself what is best. If one person thinks “that there was a
    100% chance” your loan was fraudulent and another accuses it of “pure
    speculation, if not downright lies,” I mean, don’t you think those are two
    extremes that your dealing with? You can ask for advice all day but everyone
    will have their own opinions. This is a crucial choice for you to make and it
    is up to you to be able to think for yourself and decide for your own what the
    best option is. Here’s their website if you want to get more information
    http://conlitgroup.com. Don’t base your final decision on opinions and
    conjectures. Find the facts, and base your final decision on that.

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