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1st United Consultants – Consumer Complaint – 10-18-2012

Consumer Statement:

1st United took out $1692.00 for 4 months stating it would prove to my mortgage company I could make payments at that level. They then forwarded me to another company to work my mortgage MHAP affordable but nothing yet.

Consumer Action Taken:

Tried contacting 1st United Consultants but the phone numbers are not working and the company handling my escrow account stated they no longer do business with 1st United Consultants due to their bad practices and the company I am dealing with re. my MHAP wants to contact them also.

Date This Problem Happened: September 1, 2012

State You Live in:

Race/Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $6,800

Company Name: 1st United Consultants

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: 1unite.com


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