Date Received: 2018-10-29T00:00:00
Product: Mortgage debt
Issue: Attempts to collect debt not owed
Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided
Consumer Complaint: ” QWR Notice of Error ” Multiple 524 Injunctions have been executed on my loan by Seterus starting at assignment into XXXX though XXXX. Seterus took a position that they were granted a conditional relief of stay given by the courts and placed a Forced Placed Insurance Policy on the property while the stay was in affect. This statement is not accurate because the stay had a condition that if the debtor did not execute a payment to correct a deficiency in the loan the stay would go into effect. The payment was paid by the debtor so the stay was not issued per the courts the court added that if in the futrure Sterus would have to send the debtor notice of intent and Seterus has never done so. Setrus at that time issued a Forced placed insurance policy on the property while the debtors insurance was on file with the court this encumbrance was a direct violation of the debtors plan and the federal stay 524 Injunction. I am requesting all periodic monthly notices, payoff and monthly billing statements. Seterus was party to a reaffirmation agreement that reduced the debt for this loan as part of a chapter XXXX bankruptcy proceedings in XXXX. Ever since the signing of that agreement Seterus has asked for discharged debt on the monthly statements. Seterus has included the discharged crammed down debt as interest still owed on the loan also Seterus has added the discharged debt to payoff statement s that I have requested on the loan since XXXX. When the loan was sold or transferred to the new investor XXXX and loan servicing company XXXX the were given the wrong amount owed and a insurance policy that now has been canceled because of the negligence of Seterus.
Company: Seterus, Inc.
State/Zip: OH 450XX
Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation
Was Company Response Timely: Yes
Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A
Complaint ID: 3059601
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