Date Received: 2018-05-04T00:00:00
Product: Mortgage debt
Issue: Attempts to collect debt not owed
Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided
Consumer Complaint: Nationstar assumed servicing of a loan that was cancelled with a XXXX from XXXX, the original lender, who is trying to foreclose on my home XX/XX/XXXX. This debt is no longer owed and they have began to send me collection paper work trying to collect money on that canceled debt. I filed a complaint to the CFPB, and I have appealed the foreclosure in court.
I have an attachment of the letter from Nationstar attempting to collect the debt, disclosing their intent. I also have an attachment of the XXXX attached, canceling the debt in XX/XX/XXXX. And finally, I have attached the foreclosure action filed on me from XXXX for this debt, acting as a substitute trustee, holding a lien.
Company: NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE
State/Zip: NC 277XX
Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation
Was Company Response Timely: Yes
Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A
Complaint ID: 2897181
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