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Estate Law Group – Consumer Complaint – March 23, 2013

Consumer Statement:

They were working with me and HSBC my mortgage lender. They send them a letter they they are only to contact them not met for any information in the modification. I think they went out of business.

Consumer Action Taken:

I haven’t been able too. Every number I have it says it is no longer in service.

Date This Problem Happened: December 1, 2012

State You Live in: Massachusetts

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,500

Company Name: Estate Law Group

Company Address:

101 Business Center Dr.
Ste. 220
Irvine, Ca I92612

Company Telephone Number: 866-920-8917

Website of Company: estatelawgroup.net


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