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United Employee Benefits Group – Consumer Complaint – November 27, 2012

Consumer Statement:

The company claimed to be able to get a mortgage loan modification for us. After more thana year the mortgage company served us with Foreclosure papers indicating that the company didn’t do anything for us.

Consumer Action Taken:

I have sent emails to the company asking for a total refund of monies sent to them and they have ignored me.

Date This Problem Happened: September 15, 2011

State You Live in: Florida

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $12,028

Company Name: United Employee Benefits Group

Company Address:

2800 Post Oak Blvd
Suite 4100
Houston, TX 77056

Company Telephone Number: 888-341-8999

Website of Company: uebg.org

United Employee Benefits Group   Consumer Complaint   November 27, 2012

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