Precision Law Center – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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

  1. I am familiar with Precision Law Center and they specialize in litigation with some of the major mortgage lenders and servicers throughout the country. They make no such claims to modify a loan to 2%. What they do is file a lawsuit with your lender based on violations found within your loan. They provide a preliminary audit of your loan and confirm certain violations prior to taking on anyones case and then through the lawsuit they would make demands for a settlement; in which the bank would have to lower your interest rate, balance, etc… or the lender would face going to trial for the violations. It is possible to obtain a 2% rate through a settlement with the lender, but in no way is this considered a loan modification or did they promise me a rate of 2%. The were very thourough with my documents and explained the purposed outcome of the case to me in a way that was very easy to understand. What they said is that the rate could be as low as 2% if they found violations to base that on, or it would be the current market rate which could be anywhere from 2% – 4%. In some cases similar to the cases filed by Precision, homeowners have been awarded the entire home free and clear from any mortgage. My personal expierience with this firm has also been exceptional. My calls have always been answered in a professional manner and someone has always returned my call when leaving a voice mail. Maybe you just had bad luck with the representitive that answered the call. I would recommend this companies services to anyone who is getting a run around from there mortgage lender.

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  2. I have just finished work with Precision and was trying to find a good area to write my review of this firm. Hired firm a few months back to handle an issue i was having with servicing company i have with my current mortgage. Customer service was exceptional as well as my results.

    Thanks again,

    Mullen Family

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  3. I have just finished work with Precision and was trying to find a good area to write my review of this firm. Hired firm a few months back to handle an issue i was having with servicing company i have with my current mortgage. Customer service was exceptional as well as my results.

    Thanks again,

    Mullen Family

    Reply
  4. I am a mortgage broker, a friend gave me an offer that came to him in the mail, it offered to modify his current loan with a 2% fixed rate and referred to the lender that he had used when he purchased his home. I called the 877# on the flyer and got a recording that the office was closed. After several weeks, I tried again, and got through. Greg answered the call and requested information that was not on the form, when I asked about the 2% loan program, he got annoyed and hung up. I called back and spoke to Sherman, he also asked about an ID number from the flyer that didn’t exist. When I asked about the 2% loan, he said he knows nothing about the loan modification program, but his law firm was handling a class action lawsuit against CountryWide. I asked for a manager, none were available.

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  5. I am a mortgage broker, a friend gave me an offer that came to him in the mail, it offered to modify his current loan with a 2% fixed rate and referred to the lender that he had used when he purchased his home. I called the 877# on the flyer and got a recording that the office was closed. After several weeks, I tried again, and got through. Greg answered the call and requested information that was not on the form, when I asked about the 2% loan program, he got annoyed and hung up. I called back and spoke to Sherman, he also asked about an ID number from the flyer that didn’t exist. When I asked about the 2% loan, he said he knows nothing about the loan modification program, but his law firm was handling a class action lawsuit against CountryWide. I asked for a manager, none were available.

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    • I am familiar with Precision Law Center and they specialize in litigation with some of the major mortgage lenders and servicers throughout the country. They make no such claims to modify a loan to 2%. What they do is file a lawsuit with your lender based on violations found within your loan. They provide a preliminary audit of your loan and confirm certain violations prior to taking on anyones case and then through the lawsuit they would make demands for a settlement; in which the bank would have to lower your interest rate, balance, etc… or the lender would face going to trial for the violations. It is possible to obtain a 2% rate through a settlement with the lender, but in no way is this considered a loan modification or did they promise me a rate of 2%. The were very thourough with my documents and explained the purposed outcome of the case to me in a way that was very easy to understand. What they said is that the rate could be as low as 2% if they found violations to base that on, or it would be the current market rate which could be anywhere from 2% – 4%. In some cases similar to the cases filed by Precision, homeowners have been awarded the entire home free and clear from any mortgage. My personal expierience with this firm has also been exceptional. My calls have always been answered in a professional manner and someone has always returned my call when leaving a voice mail. Maybe you just had bad luck with the representitive that answered the call. I would recommend this companies services to anyone who is getting a run around from there mortgage lender.

      Reply

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