Brookstone Law – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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29 thoughts on “Brookstone Law – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?”

  1. I’m curious if anyone has any experience with Brookstone Law as of late. I’m being offered a “too good to be true” deal where I would go against my mortgage lender, JP Morgan Chase Bank, and basically sue them for fraud etc when it came to my loan documents. The only issue is that they’re asking for an upfront dollar amount to “review” my documents, and then I would have to pay a monthly fee for one year (total comes to about $7500 for total retainer). They’re saying I can ask for about $650,000 in damages and lost fees but they would take 35% of that. They also haven’t allowed me to speak with any lawyers, just some mortgage “kid” who seems like a used car salesman and wears a bad suit. 
    Any info or experience here? I’m obviously hesitant to trust anyone these days and upfront fees always make me nervous.

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  2. They have been working very well with me, Brookstone Law. Be patient because things are not resolved quickly. They are my heros, but be careful with those from Consumer Protection Legal Services AKA CPAC . They are thieves and they will steal your money over and over again.

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  3. They have been working very well with me, Brookstone Law. Be patient because things are not resolved quickly. They are my heros, but be careful with those from Consumer Protection Legal Services AKA CPAC . They are thieves and they will steal your money over and over again. 

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  4. Receive a Mailer for a Mass Joinder case against your lender, or been solicited in any way about Mass Joinder suit versus your lender?

    Please Contact the California Bar Association

    “We are interested in anyone who has been solicited to join the mass joinder cases. Even better, would be people who actually paid money to these organizations.” – California Bar Association

    Attorney Complaint Hotline: 1-800-843-9053 or 1-213-765-1200 (outside California)

    http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Conta

    https://getoutofdebt.org/26821/

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